Friday, October 8, 2010

4-Part Sasquatch Series: Search for the north American ape

In August, 2010, the Humboldt Beacon carried the article, “Validating Bigfoot” which described the work of researchers with the Falcon Project, a plan that intends to carry out research in Humboldt County. Jason Valenti, a member of the Falcon Project team expands the article with a four part series, which concluded yesterday (October 7th, 2010).

For your convenience we summarized each of individual reports filed in this four part series. And the end of this post we also include links to the individual articles. As you can see from the summaries Valenti strategically recaps our the shared knowledge while weaving in Lloyd Pye's Hominoid Theories. he concludes in the final article with details of the Falcon Project.

Summary of Part 1: Search for the north American ape
What is a hominoid?

Hominoids are what have, up to now, been collectively labeled as Pre-Humans, (post- Miocene Apes). These are the tailless short armed apes that we've all seen in the fossil record, from the Australopithecines to the Genus Homo.

Almost every Native American and First Nation Tribe has a name to describe these creatures. When did hominoids live?

Since we now know that Hominoid creatures did exist in the past, the relevant question today is, “Do they still exist in modern times?”

Many people are surprised when they learn that approximately 45 percent of the arable land in world has never been foot-surveyed.

Summary Part 2: The great hoax of the 1800s
In the latter part of the 1800s, everyone thought that the Great Panda was a joke, a hoax and a grand tale that hunters brought back to augment their tales of adventure. Proving the existence of the Panda is a perfect example of how a good sized animal can remain elusive for a long period of time in a given region.

The difficulty in finding those Pandas had nothing to do with what the Panda was doing to remain elusive, but everything to do with how we humans behave in the environments of our world. As much as people would like to believe that we can live in the deep forest and the jungles on this planet, there is an overwhelmingly large amount of evidence showing that we are not biologically equipped to do so, let alone pursue elusive animals on foot.

How humans do it vs. how hominoids do it

Humans take down sections of forests and jungles to set up their communities and farms for their basic survival needs. Hominoids gather, hunt, eat, sleep, reproduce and live happily and easily in the forests that the planet provides them. Humans take years to painstakingly build roads over mountains. Hominoids just climb straight up said mountains.
Humans don't live anything like Hominoids, but we've been trying to track them their way, in their environment, on foot, where none of our modern conveniences, farms or roads exist. Ecological niches, like where the panda lives, are perfect examples of why Hominoids may dwell in total self sufficiency, and completely out of the average range of humans.

Summary of Part 3: The hammer drops - a flexible foot?
In 2007, it was recognized by science that unusual footprints found in the remote areas of North America were likely made by some sort of animal currently unknown to science. For years, researchers and a handful of scientists having been working on establishing the identity of the maker of these footprints. The footprints were given the scientific name Anthropoidipes ameriborealis (North American ape foot). The heel of the Hominoid foot has an extension to it and a fore-shortening of the meta-tarsal foot bones, giving the ankle bones a positioning more forward than seen in human feet. The ankle bones are placed on a much larger ankle base bone that supports their bodies, which are significantly heavier than humans. This discovery demonstrated that the makers of the tracks had to have a living fleshy foot that possessed flexibility unlike human or fake wooden feet.

Despite irrefutable evidence using Ichnology, the existence of Hominoids continues to be ignored.

When photogrammetric analysis of modern versus fossilized Hominoid tracks are compared with each other, they look almost identical amongst all other fossilized tracks and track ways discovered around the world, like the ones in Laetoli, discovered by Dr. Mary Leakey. Incidentally, fossilized Neandertal foot tracks, from 30,000 years ago, look almost identical to the oldest Hominoid fossilized foot tracks that we have on record, not to mention also looking like the ones found in the last 50 years. Besides having the tough questions about how Hominoids can possibly exist, there is an even more disturbing list of questions, for consideration, when pondering what the implications will mean if they do exist.

If evolution is true and these are our ancestors, how and why did human bones become so much thinner and lighter than Hominoids in a mere 12,000 years? Why are our muscles five to ten times weaker, pound for pound, than any of the living primates? Why do human hair and nails keep growing? How did humans develop a neocortex four times that the size of our closest ancestor?

Summary of Part 4: An unlikely trio
In December of 2009, Hominoid eyewitness William Barnes, heard a radio show being broadcast on the internet. The person being interviewed that night was Hominoid and Human Origins Researcher, Jason Valenti. Coincidentally, Valenti and his research colleague, Michael Birkinshaw, already had many conversations about getting up in the air to do the research.

In 2007, Birkinshaw shared with Valenti, “If we could get up in the air with a blimp of some sort, then we could get close to the Hominoids. It quickly became obvious to Valenti and Barnes that they had to try this idea out. Barnes titled the effort “The Falcon Project” because the approach is in the air, above the Hominoids, just like a Falcon would be, above their prey, just before capturing them using the element of surprise.

The feedback was overwhelmingly positive, and then the team really knew they had a great idea.

Currently The Falcon Project is in the process of acquiring the necessary funding to launch the project. Negotiations are underway with select individuals and organizations to quickly mobilize if a hominoid carcass, or some other type of “hard” evidence was found. The Falcon Project is the most dynamic, technologically advanced and well-equipped project that has ever been created for the purposes of finding evidence that Hominoids still live among us in the forests and jungles of the world.

Validating Big Foot

4-Part series Search for the north American ape

  1. Part 1: Search for the north American ape

  2. Part 2: The great hoax of the 1800s

  3. Part 3: The hammer drops - a flexible foot?

  4. Part 4: An unlikely trio

There's Always Room for Pye
Pye Calls Bigfoot Hominoids
Idaho State U Article on Dr Meldrum

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