Science believes that the chimpanzee is man’s closest relative. Crossing the chimp and man has probably been attempted. Why do I say that? Well, given all the things we do know “man” and “science” have done, why not say it? Why not believe it? So, I believe if it were possible for these two species (together) to reproduce, then, we’d know it. Don’t you think?
Given the fact that the Bible informs us that man and the animals were made by the same creator (same father) then, in that sense we and all the animals are related.
Why am I discussing this subject? It seems that there are those that want to ban the medical experimentation of chimps. Why? They reason that when bigfoot is proclaimed a species, he also will be protected, being that bigfoot would probably fall into a primate slot. I would think the fact that the animal is obviously rare would protect it from too much scientific probing. Isn’t that sound thinking? (I don’t know about you, but I’d just appreciate viewing a good clear photo of bigfoot.)
It is now thirteen months since the ESP Team recovered from their trail cam, photos of a bigfoot. If you will remember, it was claimed by members of this team that they had good, really clear photos. Bigfoot Ballyhoo was promised a photo, soon after the
Aug. 8th, 2010 acquisition.
Why haven’t we received that photo? And why hasn’t it been posted for you to view? For those of you new to this blog, this column, here is what happened: Photos were innocently submitted to Ballyhoo that were not photos taken from the ESP Team’s trail cam. All the world’s bigfoot critics (it seemed) rained down abuse and spoken filth by way of comments. Because of this abuse, the team withdrew its offer to give us a sharp photo of Big Clyde to post. The team agreed that it didn’t need the uncalled for, shabby treatment and Bill Emery withdrew all contact with Ballyhoo.
We now wait for any word we can get on the subject of the team and Big Clyde. Rumor has it that documentaries and the like are being produced. How wonderful the day, when these works come to light (we wait, admittedly, with little patience).
Linda Newton-Perry is the author, along with her husband, Christopher Perry, of five bigfoot fiction books and a Viking Age Novel, FORCED BLOOD THE NORSEMAN. You may view Bigfoot Ballyhoo at www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com.
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