1. With such a s vast universe, the possiblility of alien life is very realistic. 2. I live in the Northwest and there's more than plenty of hibitat to support Sasquatches, but the jury is still out on that one, but it is a class B felony to harm or kill one on Washington State. 3. Physics, mathmatics, and chemistry puts serious doubt in the existence of a creator.
1. Aliens. Because the cosmos is so massive almost anything could be out there, and the chance we are alone is really less likely than that other cultures exist on other planets. Whether we ever meet them or not is another story.
2. Creator of the Universe. Whatever you want to call him. For the same reason as number one. Why does God have to be a spiritual being? Maybe the creator of life on Earth is some being from the far reaches of space. Maybe the spiritual realm is just science we don't understand yet.
3. Bigfoot. I believe Bigfoot probably exists, but I do think there is a lot of nonsense clouding the matter. If you see Bigfoot while camping in the Pacific Northwest I'll probably believe you. If you see him run across the WalMart parking lot in Trenton New Jersey maybe not so much.
Castle, Adding Yahweh -Creator of all the universe to the list is odd. Creator of all the universe is all the universe and therefore is the maker of aliens and Sasquatch and is aliens and Sasquatch. But, yes, in the god-race it would be tough to visualize the everything-everything, so aliens would win, hands down. In fact aliens have won many a round as most mythology believes aliens either made man, taught man, boned mans woman, warred with other aliens for control over man, else enslaved man and are returning to complete the process of global domination.
"The bottom line is, they don't have a body," said Michael Dennett, who writes for Skeptical Inquirer magazine and who has followed the Bigfoot debate for 20 years.
Bigfoot buffs note that it's rare to find a carcass of a grizzly bear in the wild. While that's true, grizzlies have not escaped photographic documentation.
Hair samples that have been recovered from alleged Bigfoot encounters have turned out to come from elk, bears or cows.
Many of the sightings and footprints, meanwhile, have proved to be hoaxes.
After Bigfoot tracker Ray Wallace died in a California nursing home last year, his children finally announced that their prank-loving dad had created the modern myth of Bigfoot when he used a pair of carved wooden feet to create a track of giant footprints in a northern California logging camp in 1958.
Dennett says he's not surprised by the flood of Bigfoot sightings.
"It's the same kind of eyewitness reports we see for the Loch Ness Sea Monster, UFOs, ghosts, you name it," he said. "The monster thing is a universal product of the human mind. We hear such stories from around the world."
ATM, I'm surprised with you. Your main argument against "Is there a God" is there's no scientific evidence or account for one. I would say there is far more tangible evidence for Bigfoot than there is for God. You can't ask me to prove Sasquatch for you, but he did make it into National Geographic. Sasquatch trumps aliens and God as far as evidence and clues are concerned.
I find the idea of a magical omnipotent bigfoot more believable than original recipe bigfoot. How else can a large hominid coexist in the same geographical area as humans and yet remain undetected by everyone except hillbillies? If they exist, they must have magic powers that enable them to walk invisible amongst us. Or maybe they are in cahoots with aliens and use extra terrestrial technology to build invisible cities. For all you know, they could be flying invisible cars right above our heads.
Just wanted to see what everyone thought about it. One cannot deny that people are seeing something, but what the heck is it? Seriously.I think I heard that somebody actually admitted that this famous photo...
I have always been fascinated by this mystery. There seems to be too many credible people who report sightings who really have more to lose than to gain by doing so for there not to be something to it in my mind.I have...
If Bigfoot were real, wouldn't we have found some bones, some hair, some DNA, some Bigfoot poop or some real video evidence to support it? I watched the show Finding Bigfoot on Animal Planet and laughed my arse...
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