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Old 03-28-2012, 09:06 AM   #11 (permalink)
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big foot is possible. did you know there were once over 10 different species (not sure if that is the correct term, i am no biologist, maybe breeds?) of humans (or human like creatures) at one point walking the earth together? Some were even 6+ feet. And some were 4 feet or shorter. It wasn't just cromagnon and homosapien. It is possible a large species still roams around. just food for thought. not saying one or the other here. lol
I definitely am not ruling anything out. I just always get frustrated at a "sighting caught on tape" and then see something I would expect to see 3 decades ago. I didn't know that those old cameras still worked.. I mean a video recorded from my cell phone is clearer. Whenever I see bad video footage I immediately stop watching... you want to get my attention, I need to see more than blurry pixels. Otherwise it just seems like too much of a setup to me.. I don't think I could get footage that bad with the cheapest video camera from wally world...
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Old 03-28-2012, 09:13 AM   #12 (permalink)
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lol, i hear ya on that dude. It is crazy how bad the picture quality is sometimes on "recent" footage.
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guys, you got it all wrong. the cameras are top notch.
bigfoot is just naturally blurry.
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Old 03-28-2012, 03:44 PM   #14 (permalink)
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In all seriousness, it's youtube lowering video resolution

Actually, some of those sounds remind me of the sound the Japanese Weather Control Weapon made from the first mission in Battlfield BC:2, and then the one expert goes on to say they're naturally occuring sounds caused by the atmosphere. And in the back of my mind I'm like, maybe the tin foil hat guys have a point
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Old 03-29-2012, 11:06 PM   #16 (permalink)
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"Spacequakes" Discovered in Earth's Upper Atmosphere

Related? definitely. Increased solar flare activity is no doubt a factor in increased magnetic disturbances, which can result in all sorts of unusual things on Earth. No doubt we will see even more of it over the next year as they expect solar storm activity to increase for the next 2 years, along with very large solar flares and other powerful solar activity. Stars have huge magnetic fields and because they are comprised entirely of plasma, they have fluid properties and are constantly shifting inside... they don't always remain perfectly stable which is why you see these solar disturbances which result in powerful effects on the Earths magnetic field and upper atmosphere.

ultimately: strange noises caused by solar activity hitting the earth = awesome. probably not the end of the world, but I for one would like to see even more intense phenomenon here on the planet

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