Monday, June 23, 2008

BFRO and its tricks

BFRO in a scramble to explain why there are no bones, fossils, or bodies of bigfoot have focused on the possibility of Gigantopithecus as being an ancestor of Bigfoot. In fact, recently on their front page, BFRO offered both the Patterson film and fossil evidence of Giganto as evidence of Bigfoot's existence. What is hilarious, is that this evidence is contradictory.

An analysis of the Patterson-Gimlin film shows that frames 369, 370, 371, and 372 all show a slender lower mandible, that does not match the massive lower mandible of Gigantopithecus blacki, which, assuming that the Patterson-Gimlin film is legitimate, would eliminate G. blacki as a candidate for Bigfoot.
There is not enough time for Giganto to have had such major evolutionary changes and so if Bigfoot exists it is not a descendant of Giganto -- unless that is, the Patterson film is faked or there are two large ape species with breeding populations undocumented by science, which is of course improbable.

Yet in the absence of real evidence, BFRO offers contradicting evidence, showing their true credibility.


Anonymous said...

Interesting, I haven't heard of that before.

Anonymous said...

BFRO is not lying, thats a bigfoot!!!!!!! BELIEVE