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VERY Interesting footage of Alberta Bigfoot throwing a Tree!
#1
We've all seen the blurry "blobsquatch" photos, the out of focus dark shadows "moving" in the bigfoot videos, the stacked branches which form their "shelters" etc.

Many, if not all of these, could easily be dismissed as pareidolia (the imagined perception of a pattern or meaning where it does not actually exist), mis-identification, over active imaginations, hoaxes and so on, and they often are!

But, what if there was actual video footage of a large dark creature, taken deep in the woods of Alberta Canada, which clearly showed the movement of a huge arm swinging and launching a tree into the air?
What if analysis of this footage showed that the tree was healthy & solid and still had a root-ball and was most likely pulled from the ground by force?
What if it could be shown that the size of the tree was around 4 times the length of the visible torso of the creature, and that an analysis of its likely size could be done which showed the length of the tree could be conservatively estimated at around 12 feet?
What if that analysis showed that the tree probably weighed over 100lbs (if the creature was 8 foot tall) or over 50lbs (if the creature was only 6 foot tall)?
What if it could be shown that the 50-100lb tree was tossed, with one arm from a standing (or sitting) start to a distance over 4 times the length of the tree (at least 40-48 feet away)?

Well, guess what?
THAT FOOTAGE NOW EXISTS!

Posted on youtube by ThinkerThunker on 19th January 2018.
Filmed by an Oil crew exploring potential drill sites deep in the Alberta woods.





DIRECT LINK to VIDEO

WOW.

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#2
This footage is fantastic!

I saw it last week and awaited the nay-sayers and 'Squatchers' to rip it to pieces.
I don't think it's CGI and just the basics involved tells me it's a strong 'something' throwing a heavy tree
an unnatural distance.

So what the hell is it...?!
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#3
The behavior seems a typical reaction to an assumed trespass. Gorillas bluff-charge their opponents and display
their strength to intimidate without the need for physical violence. Humans use nukes, but that's another story.

If this footage is real, then it implies a similar concern or coveting by the creature for a 'property' or stretch of
land that caters for it's needs. Not surprising -some may say, as many animals show such aggression in order
of better survival chances and obviously, this behavior transposes from any species to another for that reason.

But does this film indicate a instinctive act of an animal or an emotional response due to indignation?
Is the alleged Bigfoot reacting to the exploring Oil crew being there and possibly endangering the creature's
feeding/breeding needs or is it angry because it fears encroachment on it's assumed 'possession'?

There's a difference. One is natural -in the aspect of many other species in the world. The other is the concept
of ownership for the sake of confidence support. The first can show that animals do live alongside another species
without any benefits to itself or it's environment.
Running off any intruder for no reason is time and energy consuming.

Animals protect their young through threatening conflict and the barrier of our self-assumed top-of-the-tree status
fades certainly when a fellow-predator's offspring is at risk. But in the case of territory, the usual act when confronted
by humans is to withdraw and if need be, adapt to the change.

Whatever is in this film seems to be angry enough that the assumed 'rule' of hiding from humans is broken and the
act of throwing the large tree could be mere venting of that rage or possibly something more disturbing.
It could mean it decided that enough-was-enough.

This leads us to the possibility of the creature having the ability to reflect on violating species-ingrained rules for the
sake of a goal it deems more important. Animals tend have the opportunistic sting to their bow and with that, comes
the need to adapt to a situation. Man doesn't.

Man fights to obtain by means of invasion and govern with oppression. The Oil crew's activity are evident of that!
A decision is reached and no matter what the effects are to the environment, if the reason is deemed important
enough, we threaten and if ignored, we take over an area without concern for what other fellow planet-dwellers
are living there.

Logically speaking, the figure in the footage -assuming it's a Sasquatch, has ruminated on the invasive explorers'
actions and deemed them threatening to it's future situation. The Oil crew aren't fighting the creature, they're not
physically taking any immediate supplies from the habitat and they're not currently endangering a possible family
unit.

So that means the creature could -and I admit it's a leap from the usual assumption of viewing the footage, that
this creature could have the ability to realise... to accumulate possible scenarios, ponder future threats and come
to a conclusion that these workmen need to be warded off.

We currently assume that animals deal with a 'now' situation and do not imagine, dream or plan based on possibilities.
If my suggestion has any merit, it implies the figure throwing the tree -and accepting the action was connected to the
people in the area, thinks like us.

Then do we use the word 'animal' anymore?
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#4
OK,,, so we're all in agreement it's not,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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Or Him, [Image: gallery-11-5-sel-highland-games-caber-to...1454770170]  tinywondering
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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#5
(02-10-2018, 09:18 PM)guohua Wrote: OK,,, so we're all in agreement it's not,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Her.
I must remember to keep this particular posting away from Boy In A Dress because
of the way his legs wildly tremble when he sees a women who's 'stacked' like Big Babs
across the road.
I'll leave the conversation now as it seems to be getting warm around here.
tinycrying
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(02-10-2018, 10:58 AM)gordi Wrote: We've all seen the blurry "blobsquatch" photos, the out of focus dark shadows "moving" in the bigfoot videos, the stacked branches which form their "shelters" etc.

Many, if not all of these, could easily be dismissed as pareidolia (the imagined perception of a pattern or meaning where it does not actually exist), mis-identification, over active imaginations, hoaxes and so on, and they often are!

But, what if there was actual video footage of a large dark creature, taken deep in the woods of Alberta Canada, which clearly showed the movement of a huge arm swinging and launching a tree into the air?
What if analysis of this footage showed that the tree was healthy & solid and still had a root-ball and was most likely pulled from the ground by force?
What if it could be shown that the size of the tree was around 4 times the length of the visible torso of the creature, and that an analysis of its likely size could be done which showed the length of the tree could be conservatively estimated at around 12 feet?
What if that analysis showed that the tree probably weighed over 100lbs (if the creature was 8 foot tall) or over 50lbs (if the creature was only 6 foot tall)?
What if it could be shown that the 50-100lb tree was tossed, with one arm from a standing (or sitting) start to a distance over 4 times the length of the tree (at least 40-48 feet away)?

Well, guess what?
THAT FOOTAGE NOW EXISTS!

Posted on youtube by ThinkerThunker on 19th January 2018.
Filmed by an Oil crew exploring potential drill sites deep in the Alberta woods.





DIRECT LINK to VIDEO

WOW.

G

WOW indeed. That's pretty damn crazy!

Reminds me of somebody throwing a javelin...you know, a 12-ft tall javelin that weighs a few hundred pounds  tinywhat
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