Sylvanic Bigfoot

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PostSun Jan 03, 2010 6:06 pm » by Sheeple


http://www.sylvanic.com wrote:We are a growing group of independent researches working towards definitive proof and protection of the species commonly referred to as Bigfoot. In 2005 our initial group consisted of a cooperation of 4 people: a biologist from Great Falls, Montana; a Cree Nations elder representing the First Nations People; the skeptic Todd Standing; and a paramedic fire fighter from Calgary, Alberta. After Todd went public with our work, enthusiasts, scientists, and wilderness experts from around the globe began to collaborate with the Sylvanic team. Now we collaborate with scientists from as far away as China and half a dozen forestry and wildlife officers in Canada and the United States. Our tremendous success has come about from our enormous collaboration of minds, experiences, knowledge, and wisdom from all walks of life. Primatology meets first nations experiences. Anthropology combines with the greatest hunting techniques on the planet. The experiences passed down through tens of thousands of years of first nations oral history and tradition with decades of scientific studies. Our ultimate goal is to ethically introduce civilization to the most man-like primate on the planet.


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PostMon Jan 04, 2010 5:28 am » by Sheeple


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sylvan wrote:Sylvan
Sylvan or Silvan refers to an association with the woods. Specifically, that which inhabits the wood, is made of tree materials, or comprises the forest itself. The term can also refer to a person who resides in the woods or a spirit of the wood. In mythology, the term also refers to deities or spirits of the woods.

The term in English is from the Latin sylvus or silvus meaning "forest, woods." This root is found in place names in the U.S.A. like Pennsylvania (lit. "Penn's woods") and Spotsylvania. The first names Sylvester and Sylva(i)n, and the female name Sylvia/Silvia, are also from the Latin word.

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PostMon Jan 04, 2010 6:12 am » by Bahb3


Fool me once ......


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PostTue Jan 05, 2010 9:05 am » by Sheeple


The location is called Sylvanic as that’s a native word from Southern British Columbia meaning “shadow guardians of the mountains.”



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