The first of its kind ‘large’ academic study is being done this summer, according to Matt Moneymaker of BFRO. The study will be done by a ‘respected state university’ in the eastern United States.
A long-term, systematic analysis of Bigfoot evidence, including DNA hairs, will be done. Although the Sykes and Ketchum studies are part of the fabric of BF research, they are largely believed to have fallen short of academic/scientific standards.
Given the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP) has been a valuable resource to ward off control-seeking charlatans lurking within our social, political, and academic circles, they’ve been bad for academic research involving something as naturally mysterious as BF.
CSICOP is synonymous with cancel culture within academia, smearing research fields such as UFO, Bigfoot, and parapsychology as pseudoscience.
The research project organizer, affiliated with DARPA will gather bright, young, and talented graduate students to examine the practices of CISCOP and properly look at major anomalies, including potential BF hair strands.
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The credibility of this new research endeavor has fueled an academic firestorm that will help us reach new heights within a field that has been treated like the red-headed stepchild for way too long.