There Are 100,000 "Bigfoots" in North America
The population of people in North America have collectively failed. In addition, the scientific community, especially anthropologists, biologists, and zoologists, have entirely fumbled the credibility football. We have all failed to recognize what Rhettman A. Mullis Jr. has been telling us for years. Do you know who Rhettman A. Mullis Jr. is? Neither does anyone else. He is the founder of something called Bigfootology, “where the discussion is specific to evidence, researchers, research organizations, and the scientific merit of evidence both historical and current”, according to their mission statement.
R.A. Mullis Jr. … this man of evidence, research, and scientific merit knows the truth. The rest of us are dim. In a recent interview, R.A. Mullis Jr said the following:
“It is impossible to estimate how many of these creatures live in the world, but I would say that just in North America there may be about 100,000 of them.”
In a strange way, his numbers make some sense from the point of necessity, genetically speaking. You need a breeding population of maybe 10,000 or more bigfoots at a bare minimum, much like the position humans found themselves in about 70,000 years ago. The Toba Catastrophe Theory suggests this period of time was a human “bottleneck” when, perhaps, there were only about 10,000 adult humans left on the planet following a devastating supervolcano explosion. So if you have 100,000 of a species, you have satisfied the need for enough individuals to maintain a survivable gene pool.
But there is one little problem with this idea …
There is no genetic material from a “bigfoot” for any (real) scientists to analyze. Where is the DNA? These 4 words are what keep “bigfooters” on the outside of real science. And there they will remain, indefinitely, until DNA evidence correlates with their extraordinary claims. Sorry true believers, that’s how science works.
One hundred thousand bigfoots out of zero genetic material. The ridiculousness here is staggering, even for bigfoot believers