The Discovery of the Sasquatch is a white glove to the face of established science. A challenge to use scientific methodology, without prejudice, to investigate the diverse and abundant evidence that shows the sasquatch to be an extant - or existing - mammal. John Bindernagel carefully documents this clear and consistent empirical evidence, weaving a compelling case that interlocks with the canon of current primatology. By proposing the North American Great Ape hypothesis, Bindernagel lays bare the uninformed parsimony of scientific orthodoxy towards this evidence. He states "Scientists could be making a crucial error, not by failing to detect the sasquatch, but by failing to scrutinize the evidence affirming that it has been repeatedly detected, and by consequently treating it as non-existent." Indeed. - Scott McClean
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In Print This Week:
Jun 30, 2016
vol XXVII issue 26
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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