Friday, October 14, 2011

Abominable science

New Bigfoot Sightings: Proof Still Lacking

Bigfoot loves blueberry bagels and other news

Photoshop and other software is often implemented to fake photos causing nothing but headaches for Forteans across the globe. Could its evil powers be turned for good and end the stream of blurry images that have been dubbed "blobsquatches"? Loren Coleman posts an eye-opening video covering Photoshop Image Deblurring Sneak from Adobe MAX 2011 that can tease detail from the foggiest photos. And such a tool would be indispensible throughtout the field of cryptozoology, where the cry for more definitive proof continues to echo, along with calls for better methods of research, such as the admonitions of Brian Regal in Yeti Hunters Must be More Scientific. Eric Niiler has some criticism for recent claims, as well, in New Bigfoot Sightings: Proof Still Lacking, and Jeremy Hance, while expressing his skepticism, still says there's a possibility something big, hairy and manlike is out there, saying If Camera Traps Don't Prove Existence of Bigfoot or Yeti Nothing Will. In other cryptid news, CFZ-Australia adds to recent accounts about the alleged sighting of an animal believed to be extinct, as reported in More on that Queensland Tiger..., and the Australian group also expands on coverage of out-of-place large feline reports in Australia with Panther Spotted in Lithgow, NSW.

Michigan Bigfoot Prefers Blueberry Bagels

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