Archive for the “Skeptical Discussions”
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 9th, 2013
Why are there virtually no sasquatch prints found in winter and for that matter, why has no one ever been able to track a sasquatch in the winter time, in the snow, and capture it on film, or capture it physically?
Read: Where are the Sasquatch Snow Tracks? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 4th, 2013
There are many theories circulating around in the Kingdom of Bigfootdom. The predominant theory is that the Bigfoot are descendants of “Gigantopithecus” which they have a fossil record for in China (i.e., Essentially, a partial jawbone and one tooth).
Read: Dr. Matthew Johnson: A Question About the “Nephilim/Bigfoot Theory” »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on June 1st, 2013
The latest edition of The Week in Weird is live! There’s a handful of the strangest stories from this week’s updates at Who Forted, like giant hairy blobs attacking cities, old dudes fooling news crews with fake UFOs, footage of a glowing ghost, and a miracle in Ohio. PLUS! Take the psychic challenge and win a WF shirt!
This episode was a mother-whistle to finish, so do us a favor and share it!Who Forted? – The ‘Zine About Weird Stuff
Read: This Week in Weird »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 31st, 2013
Science does not address “supernatural” claims – it must stay within natural laws and can only test that which obeys natural laws. Sharon Hill has a new piece about slipping into supernatural means when natural explanations no longer seem to suffice, especially in cases of “high strangeness”.
She discusses how the Bigfoot community is split between those that think the explanation is a flesh and blood creature and those who think the answer is beyond the normal. Also mentioned is the Beast of the Gevaudan, the Yowie and phantom black dogs. How can glowing eyes and resistance to bullets be explained? Or are researchers going down the completely wrong path.
Read: Supernatural Creep: The Slippery Slope to Unfalsifiability »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 27th, 2013
This column, in particular, is 100 percent satire and/or absurd, nonsensical ramblings from a completely strange individual. Realize this before you get too upset.
Read: Five Reasons Bigfoot ABSOLUTELY Exists »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 25th, 2013
A reader solves last week’s story about the foul smelling monster vomit in China, Neon UFOs plague an 83 year old Australian Man, a spooky video of a ghost that hates boxes, and aliens are experimenting on animals in Florida. PLUS: Greg heads to the psychic fair to answer a nagging, decade old question: is he evil?
If you’ve got 6 minutes, you’ve got time for the latest episode of The Week in Weird!Who Forted? – The ‘Zine About Weird Stuff
Read: This Week in Weird »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on May 17th, 2013
Episode 2 of the Week in Weird is hot off the hard drive and ready to beam to your screen! In this edition: monster vomit, Bigfoot shows some leg, stinky UFOs, extraterrestrial Peeping Toms, the truth about the “alien mummies”, our first field report, and MORE!Who Forted? – The ‘Zine About Weird Stuff
Read: This Week in Weird »
Posted by: Guy Edwards on May 16th, 2013
Scientific American complains about Animal Planet’s River Monsters and Finding Bigfoot. They say calling fish “monsters” diminishes their majesty and then call Bigfoot a mythical creature!
Read: Scientific American to Animal Planet: Learn The Difference Between Real and Fake Monsters »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 17th, 2013
Are Hardcore Skeptics and Debunkers Actually Brain Deficient? Their Own Beloved ‘Hard Science’ Might Well Suggest Many Are.
Read: Obsessive Debunking Disorder (ODD)? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 13th, 2013
Wow! Not just a skeptic, but a cynic as well… Over the last two weeks I’ve taken it upon myself to become educated in the field of Cryptozoology and Cryptid Animals. Though I know there is no shortage of crack pots or gullible idiots who will believe anything, I was amazed at how many people [...]
Read: What the Hell is Cryptozoology? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 29th, 2013
Archaeologists have a long history of being largely silent on Bigfoot, leaving it to their colleagues in biological anthropology and cultural anthropology to comment on almost anything related to its purported existence. Biological anthropologists, for example, often offer critical perspectives, citing the principles of science, evolutionary theory, the fossil record, and primate behaviour. Cultural anthropologists often comment on Bigfoot-like figures in the belief systems of the Indigenous Peoples of North America.
Read: Archaeology and Bigfoot »
Posted by: KryptoKelly on February 28th, 2013
Why science wont investigate cryptozoology.
Read: Cryptozoology? No Need for an Apology »
Posted by: Guy Edwards on February 25th, 2013
4 Questions for Melba Ketchum from Microbiology Professor who has reviewed her Bigfoot DNA paper.
Read: Microbiology Professor asks Melba Ketchum 4 Questions »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 15th, 2013
Todd Disotell, among others, offers his views on the Ketchum Sasquatch DNA Study.
Read: Geneticists Weigh In On Ketchum Sasquatch DNA Study »
Posted by: Guy Edwards on January 14th, 2013
Today in 2009 Eugenie Scott spoke at the Ask a Scientist event in San Francisco. The topic that night was Bigfoot. As an anthropologist and a skeptic Eugenie seems to have more patience for bigfooters than she has for creationist.
Read: Yesterday in Bigfoot History | 2009 | Hopeful Skeptic Says Both Bigfoot Camps Need Help »