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Real Scientists Destroy the Ketchum Paper
Topic Started: Feb 26 2013, 08:54 PM (564 Views)
GuyInIndiana
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Take a watch and listen to what these actual scientists think about the Ketchum paper. Some of it is just down-right hilarious.

http://youtu.be/_LTjxSs3zzg

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Just Curious
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Did you see in the blog comments where David explained a little why they were so snarky and laughing so much and where Loren Coleman weighed in? I just won't say any more than that. I do wonder now what Chromosome 11 is though.
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GuyInIndiana
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The talk had come up about Panda DNA, but now the word out there is that the concept of BF having lineage from a LEMUR line is out there, and supposedly THAT was found in the DNA results too. <?> So... uhhhh... oh geeesh.
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Just Curious
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So, what we're finding is that bigfoot is the culmination of all sorts of wild animals cross breeding with a human. I'm sure we'll find that aliens are capable of performing such advanced genetic engineering, which hitherto was unknown to humankind until Ketchum's technique was employed in analyzing the DNA samples. That's my own personal theory of course. It hasn't been revealed or verified by Ketchum yet.

You know what this is starting to sound like? OSREAL or whatever that chicks name was - it's all very scientific and complicated...isn't that what she said?
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Bukwas
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Giant Lemur/Human hybrids...


Therefore.


Aliens.. :ermm:
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Susan
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:lol:
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keilder
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I like the bit 500-600 lb lemur mating with a prehistoric chick. If prehistoric chicks were as picky as 'some' woman (I'm being careful here) are today, those Lemurs had no f*kin chance.

Come back when you have a better tree, more prospects and a winter stash of food.

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GuyInIndiana
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But lemurs are cute, cuddly and could keep you warm on a cold prehistoric night. That's gotta' count for something?
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Bukwas
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Depends on were you stick them...
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keilder
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LMAO :D
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Bukwas
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My whole take on this circus is that did Ketchum really expect to be taken seriously on these "findings" of hers by other scientists?

Or was this her 15 minutes of fame?
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