A visual digest of my research 2012- 2017

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Re: A visual digest of my research 2012- 2017

Unread post by Black » Mon Aug 20, 2018 7:38 am

Well, what do you suggest,, Austral?

I'm only referring to the posting of field research images.

People want transparency, honesty, and openness, but are quick to condemn when there's even a chance the opposite may have occurred. There's low tolerance in this community. Paul wasn't breaking any rules with his photo enhancements and stacking, just trying to get everyone to see what he saw.

Nobody wants screening, but everybody lives and breathes for the next field research image in the hope it won't disappoint?

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Unread post by Austral » Mon Aug 20, 2018 8:01 am

I do agree ,i dont want enhanced photos either, at least not without the original as well.

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Unread post by hillbilly » Mon Aug 20, 2018 10:52 am

Black wrote:
Mon Aug 20, 2018 7:38 am
There's low tolerance in this community. Paul wasn't breaking any rules with his photo enhancements and stacking, just trying to get everyone to see what he saw.
LOL, I think that we were being shown a lot more than what he saw. I also think that there is quite high tolerance in this community. The "acceptance" of some data sometimes makes me wonder. But after years of tolerating, we have passed the point of peak acceptance.
From now on the "tolerance of unacceptable" will be no more.

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Unread post by yowiedan » Mon Aug 20, 2018 1:08 pm

The best thing to do is post original unedited pictures first then if you crop it or change it in anyway at least the original was posted first for everyone to make up their minds on what is in the picture. Continuing to post edited photo's without the original is just not on and in Paul's case that's what he's been doing. Its misleading people and the wrong way to go out it.

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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Mon Aug 20, 2018 5:48 pm

Some research I put together from TROVE that might help identify whom the anomalous bones from the Wimmera site might belong to
As announced by Steven and Evan Strong on their web site forgotten origins.

Cheers
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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Tue Sep 11, 2018 6:19 pm

Frame stacking technique applied to Patterson's Bigfoot, reveals a remarkable similarity in muscle structure to the Mountain Gorilla.

I honestly can't see this entity as just a man in a monkey suit anymore.
Skeptics say it's a suit constructed using textile technology from 1967.

The original Planet of the apes screened in 1967 and used high end, textiles funded by a major film studio.

Check out these anatomical comparisons of "Patty" to the mountain Gorilla's muscle structure.
If Patterson had this "suit" fabricated, the creator of it must have been a genius working for peanuts.

I've been sitting on the fence and non committed as to whether its a real Sasquatch he filmed or an elaborate hoax.
I moved a bit closer to believing the footage was genuine when I reconstructed Patty's face using Paulidies 'Tribal Bigfoot" police artist sketch as a reference. Now after stacking this frame...?
I have to say I think its a legitimate Sasquatch.

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paulmcleod67 wrote:
Tue Sep 11, 2018 6:19 pm
Frame stacking technique applied to Patterson's Bigfoot, reveals a remarkable similarity in muscle structure to the Mountain Gorilla.

I honestly can't see this entity as just a man in a monkey suit anymore.
Skeptics say it's a suit constructed using textile technology from 1967.

The original Planet of the apes screened in 1967 and used high end, textiles funded by a major film studio.

Check out these anatomical comparisons of "Patty" to the mountain Gorilla's muscle structure.
If Patterson had this "suit" fabricated, the creator of it must have been a genius working for peanuts.

Cheers
It's very likely that the Mountain Gorilla was used as the template for the suit. I would say (from the PGF skeptic) that it's obvious that that's what they did, given the similarities. A very different size and shape of 'beast' to the tall, lean, and far more humanoid BF seen in other (arguably more credible, because they were not made public by known con artists) footage.

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Re: A visual digest of my research 2012- 2017

Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Thu Sep 13, 2018 5:43 pm

paulmcleod67 wrote:
Tue Aug 15, 2017 5:09 pm
Tenuous and speculative, hypothetical model of impact tectonics dealing with the Wallace line limitation, to a pre Sapiens hominoid arriving in Australia.

Working on the idea that the Yowie is an extremely ancient case of parallel evolution and along with many other assumptions, that the current understanding of earths tectonic history and mechanics is not completely understood .

Yes I know I'm moving mountains to fit my assumptions....This is just my hypothetical model of what I'm calling "Impact crustal displacement" .

So please don't stone me to death for theorizing.


So far 2017 as at September has been a busy and ( from my perspective), productive eight months since I relocated from Sydney to
Queensland in order to better understand this to[pic.

I hope that I've at least provided some enjoyable posts on this BBS?
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When I included the idea of impact generated crustal slips as way of theoretically circumventing Wallace line conformation bias
by introducing a little chaos theory, in the form of a rapid tectonic plate collision and rapid suduction event caused by an impact that may have created the massive slump basin of Lake Victoria in north Africa.

Seems I have located a far more qualified Geo event researcher than myself ,whom deduces a very similar impact event/ events also suggesting and now attempting to prove such a monster crustal move could indeed be caused by (as I theorize) a big enough propagation wave moving through the earths crust, mantle and molten liquid iron core, Splitting and pushing into rapid separation the land bridges adjoining Antarctica to Australia and at the opposite coast North and South America .

I downloaded an excellent GIF that explains propagation waves moving through the planet after a fair seismic event. Although still tiny compared to an impact event, the model just needs mass , size, angle and trajectory speed variables plugged into the math formula....quite en-genius.

His impact models graphics present the same idea I cobbled together with the infamous "paint dot net" program and Google earth maps.

To which I have added the latest count of near earth orbit asteroid objects , which is a staggering, nay horrifying count . and even so the count does not inlude below detection and the unknown number of .dark objects



Something to ponder when considering with impact crustal slip in mind.
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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Thu Sep 13, 2018 5:54 pm

The propagation wave failed to load on the first time so I put a link to the page here In case for some unfathomable reason I cant upload the Gif directly.

https://www.geoledgers.com/Impacts.html#Index

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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Thu Sep 13, 2018 6:04 pm

<img alt="" src="Impacts_files/ak2002sw ... dth="800">


I don't think the board will allow the GIF to be uploaded..weird Ive posted heaps of them in the past.

I wrote the html code into this post, if that fails the GIF is mid way down the site page linked above. Well worth a look.

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