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  1. Dudlow
    Dudlow December 1, 2017 at 2:17 pm |

    All they have proven is that the samples were identifiable as bear. There is nothing conclusive in the study concerning the determination of the existence of Yeti since absence of evidence is certainly not and never will be evidence of absence. Those who have witnessed and encountered Sasquatch, Bigfoot, Yeti or the Yowie, etc. – well over 50,000 documented cases – are empirically confident of their existence. The study undertaken and published by Dr. Sykes is well known to have been a laughable sham since some of the exact same samples had already yielded Sasquatch DNA in the extensive Sasquatch Genome Project published earlier by Dr. Melba Ketchum in 2012. The genome was officially accepted by GenBank and the creature has since been named Homo sapiens cognatus. It is time for the so-called scientists in the article to wake up to the facts. Presumably their blind obstinacy would make them ideal candidates for membership in the Flat Earth Society.

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