Archive for March 8th, 2008

A Brief Review of Certain Anomalous Accounts of the Recent Past–And What Stinks About Them

Church of Darwin, Crypto, Dinosaurs in Literature, s8int.com, Science, Uncategorized, Unexplained Artifact | Posted by Chris Parker
Mar 08 2008

by Chris Parker, Copyright 2008 by s8int.com

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Living, Giant, Angry, Prehistoric Monster Seen by Scientific Expedition in New Guinea.テつ

Approximately 100 years ago, テ「竄ャナ登ne of the most remarkable scientific discoveries ever madeテ「竄ャツ was reported from the テ「竄ャナ努ildsテ「竄ャツ of New Guinea. Setting aside the hyperbole, a テ「竄ャナ菟rehistoric monsterテ「竄ャツ much larger than an elephant had been discovered and encountered not by common folks like me and you, but by テ「竄ャナ都cientistsテ「竄ャツ. Well, British scientists, just for the sake of full disclosure.

New Guinea is and was a huge Island north of Australia, the home itself of some fairly unusual fauna. In addition, the scientists had come across a “marvelous race of pigmies” who averaged just over four feet in height.

The huge mammal was at that time in the process of decimating that tribe of pigmies テ「竄ャナ電iscoveredテ「竄ャツ by British scientists.

According to the article in the Stevens Point, Wisconsin, Gazette, published August 31, 1910: “The expedition was sent out by a committee appointed by the British Ornithologist’s union to explore the great Snow mountains in Dutch New Guinea, and consists of several famous scientists, headed by Walter Goodfellow, the naturalist.”

Returning to the pigmies for a moment, what is interesting about them is that in the same Islands, but in a different location were the テ「竄ャナ鍍ypical Paupuansテ「竄ャツ, who averaged just over seven feet in height. Clearly, the two populations had become separated genetically, one group destined to excel as jockeys and the others in the NBA.

Click here for the rest of the Live dinosaur story; a brief review of the Japanese Plesiosaurus story, the series of live and dead “dinosaurs” seen in Alaska and Siberia, the (Petrified?)Lady in the Woods, and Other Stories.