Ketchum's Bigfoot DNA Broken Down

Finally! I've been waiting for this for a very long time, as I'm sure many others out there have been as well.
Melba Ketchum's Bigfoot DNA project has finally been broken down and explained to where I can even understand it. It doesn't look good for the "Doctor of Habituation". It is even suggested that there might have been certain motives taking place to guide the results of the project in certain directions. That sounds awfully familiar. Where have I heard that before? Oh yeah, I suggested that it might be the case way back here:

John Timmer Sr. Science Editor
Ars Technica
The following article was written by John Timmer and published by I encourage everyone to read it all the way through, as Timmer does an excellent job of explaining the process, and the mistakes that were made.

On page three of the article the writer clearly states "By taking this approach, the authors pretty much guaranteed they'd get something out that looked a lot like a human genome."

The cat's been out of the bag for quite some time in regard to Ketchum being a supporter of habituation, and the "Bigfoot are people" line of thinking. Which I'm not knocking her or anyone else for their beliefs. However, as this article and many other clues have indicated, it appears that Dr. Ketchum and her team may have reached their desired results intentionally in an attempt to validate their own beliefs as to what they are, and to protect the species they love so much.

While wanting a species protected is a noble gesture, everyone knows the species has to be proven to actually exist. I believe Ketchum was trying to do just that. Unfortunately you can't make something be what you want it to be. It can only be what it actually is. I also believe ego did and still does play a role. I think Ketchum bit off way more than she could chew, and  was unwilling to come up empty handed. I feel that her desire to be the one that finally proved their existence through scientific methods is what eventually consumed her. Unfortunately she took a lot of good and innocent people down with her. In my opinion this is just as bad, if not worse than, oh I don't know, lying about having a Bigfoot body.


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