Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by HighTechDave, Dec 1, 2007.
I looked at their BF sighting map. WOOOOH thank god there have been NO BigFoot sightings in my county :lmao:
Pretty clear what it is:
thank god you and I are the only ones to see my ORIGINAL post, LMAO!!!
Just imagine if those nuts and these nuts were in the same sack:
Haha I saved you!!!
But yeah, they have proof that the yeti exsists too now.
Their arguments regarding gravity are ridiculous...
[SIZE=+3]1) Staying on top[/SIZE]
Once again, picture in your mind a round world. Now imagine that there are two people on this world, one at each pole. For the person at the top of the world, (the North Pole), gravity is pulling him down, towards the South Pole. But for the person at the South Pole, shouldn't gravity pull him down as well? What keeps our person at the South Pole from falling completely off the face of the "globe"?
umm, I'm a stoopid high schooler and I still know that you're getting pulled to the Earth's center of mass, which is most certainly not "down". We, since we stand upwards from the ground (as the center of Earth is about where the center of mass would be), consider gravity as pulling us down. Sheesh...:lmao2:
Maybe its a malnourished bear
Still fuzzy... I think Bigfoot is just fuzzy after all.