Indian Army discovers Yeti footprints

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  1. notmyusualuserid

    notmyusualuserid Friend of Leo's

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    It's larger than the US's.

    India is a nuclear power.

    Its air force and navy are better equipped than many European countries.

    You should get out more.
     
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    The Yeti is a descendant of ancient aliens, so whenever they die they get brought back to the home planet for a proper burial.
    Also the aliens drop off some frozen dinners for the wailing feasts the locals have to celebrate the passing of a Yeti tribal elder. Now and then they don't eat all those frozen dinners, and instead some poor archaeologist finds it, ruining our faith in creationism.
     
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    Gee, that's tough, Mr. Abdominbadabable.

     
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    Yeah homo sapiens get everywhere ...
     
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    India needs a big army to defend itself against China, because China wants all those criminal lamas hiding out from capture and torture in Tibet.
    The Tibetan lamas are a threat to the Chinese govt, because, faith!

    ...Hard to keep up with all this stuff...
     
  6. notmyusualuserid

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    It's a compelling theory.
     
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    Ok we're done
     
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    Or are we?

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    You took that wrong. 12 men have been. 1 Rabbit.
     
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    Concerning members doggies finding bones, sure recent bones from common animal such as deer or rabbits. A rare animal you d be less likely to find. Bigfoot supposedly lives in a densely forested area where few people go.
     
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    Plenty of trappers, loggers, hikers, scientists conducting wildlife studies and geologists prospecting resources, have tramped virtually every bit of the western world for a couple of centuries at least.

    These are supposed to be really big creatures with primate characteristics which would suggest a fairly obvious breeding population and established family groups that would leave nesting areas and other very obvious evidence.

    Interestingly the only Bigfoot ever found was later found to have a hollow head, fake fur and rubber feet. It’s a really strange creature, I agree. Possibly alien.
     
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    Outside of some amazon jungle areas, and some very iced over northern and southern extremes, people go everywhere these days
     
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    A non-existing animal would never be found.

    But it's good to believe it'll happen. Y'know, just in case.
     
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    I have a hairy back. That could explain some sightings.
     
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    Solar output changes. Plenty of ready information out there to settle both those questions.

    We had a mini ice age in the 1800’s due to it. Many of my favourite big alpine mountains were climbed then because the ice was down to the valleys. Now it’s just dry rubble.

    Today the solar output is stable but the world is still warming. That is the alarming pattern for the experts.

    The dendrochronologists’ work and ice and sea bed core studies provide a very clear view of the long term climate data.

    One of my very favourite places is in the High Sierras above Bishop where the Bristlecone pines have tree rings charting the annual climate back to times before the pyramids.
     
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    It's all tongue-in-cheek. ;)

    That's one of my favorite places, too, BTW. When I was a teen, my dad, BIL, and I made it a yearly journey to Horseshoe Meadows.
     
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    India is in the Western world?
    Learn something new every day!
     
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    The post GTeach quoted referenced Bigfoot.

    Bigfoot is a US cryptid. Yes?

    Nice try though :)
     
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    Then people say "i find animal carcasses all the time," and show pictures, and you respond that failure to find bigfoot carcasses is actually evidence that bigfoot must exist.

    There is no arguing with this kind of thinking
     
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    He's up here, too! We even have a statue honouring him in Creston, in the Kootenays.

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