Yet another topic we've covered
before, but it's also one topic that never seems to die. It's also
one of those topics for which skeptics can only sit back and wait for some
evidence to appear in the hands of one of those bigfoot watchers.
I can try to be smug and
irreverent on this topic, but I just can't. It's one of the few chinks
in my skeptical armor, something that reminds me that I do accept
the possibility of some things, and that I don't just dismiss everything
out of hand. I need that reminder sometimes.
Why do I believe that bigfoot
might be possible? Here are a couple reasons:
It's not strange that no bones
have been found. Remains of dead animals don't last long in the wilderness
of the northwest. Even today, some aircraft that
crash into the forests of the northwest are never found. Thus, it
is not a stretch that some large primate may have survived.
OK, guys and gals.
Disprove me. Give me some evidence/logic to the contrary and I'll
post it in a future update. I promise.