Skip to comments.Jan 26/27 - COAST TO COAST WITH GEORGE NOORY
Posted on 01/26/2006 10:10:49 PM PST by doug from upland
Coast2Coast with George Noory. Listen and comment.
First news story - an upcoming earthquake in Japan
but this is georgie
An upcoming earthquake in Japan? Really? That one's hard to predict. Imagine, an earthquake sometime in the future in the most earthquake-prone region in the world. I also predict flooding in Bangladesh and forest fires in the American West.
Sometimes this can be fun radio. We need some insanity after all the hard news.
All right ---- first guest will have a Bigfoot report.
I do like your work!
No, I actually think the guy is saying it's imminent. I think this is the guy who checks water temperatures. George says he has a good track record, but then, George thinks that Richard C. Hoagland is not a snakeoil salesman.
Hi. I can't listen to the interview; would you post any details you think are important? Thank you.
Those were funny ads.
I think I'm going to bed.
Bigfoot photo contest! $5,000 prize!
Those always cracked me up!
I'm looking forward to Art this weekend.
Theres been a new find of some remarkable footprints in Malaysia.
They appear to be four-toed. Are they the tracks of the unknown hairy hominoid, the Orang Dalam from Malaysia? Or something else?
As the media report notes: Bio-dioversity researcher Vincent Chow, who yesterday [Tuesday, January 23, 2006, local Malaysia time] led a team of eight Bigfoot enthusiasts, including a professional from England, to investigate the footprints, said there was a strong possibility they were made by a Bigfoot creature.
The team decided they were not the tracks of elephants. But could this one animal that left footprints, but was not seen, have been a rhinoceros? Rhinos are three-toed, but they often leave prints that look like blurred four-toed tracks.
The country of Malaysia is the site of and supports the very rare Sumatran Rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis). The apparently extinct in Malaysia, Javan Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros sondaicus), however, has not been seen there since 1932.
Compare for yourself the Malaysian Bigfoot tracks and the Sumatran Rhinoceros footprint shown here.
Look behind the highlighted Malaysian Bigfoot track in the photo, and note that the rear track has more the appearance and structure of a rounded rhino footprint.
Lets hope some other photographs and, indeed, casts were collected of these Malaysian Bigfoot tracks before we go overboard with too much excitement. They could turn out to be the tracks of the extremely endangered Sumatran Rhinoceros, which, in and of itself, would be cause for celebration.
Credit for Bigfoot tracks: Malaysias The New Straits Times.
Credit for Sumatran Rhino track: Malaysias Wildasia.net.
Bob Lanier had a bigger foot.
We want Prophet Yaweh, we want Prophet Yaweh, we want Prophet Yaweh. Yes, he can make UFOs appear at will.
I met a man who was certain that he had seen a real Bigfoot up on the coast, in one of the National Forests, I think it was somewhere near Santa Cruz.
He swore that he saw one, he was adamant, and said that he even reported it to the Park Rangers. He said that they asked if he had seen it near a certain spot. He affirmed that it was in fact that same area where he had seen the Bigfoot. Then he said he left and drove home.
He said that he was surprised the news media didn't cover it. I asked him if he had called the news media. "No, why should I have called them?"
LOL, and I was nearly convinced.
lol. I wonder if this is giving the NBA any ideas.. They'd pay big bucks to have a 9 foot tall BigFoot forward in LA since Rodman, Divac and Malone retired. ;)
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