Russian Report On Siberian Conference

Posted by: Loren Coleman on October 11th, 2011

Dr. Jeff Meldrum and Dr. John Bindernagel are visible in this televised Russian news account on the Siberian Snowmen conference. In Russian:

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One Response to “Russian Report On Siberian Conference”

  1. Hapa responds:

    My gut tells me that there is more to this discovery than what has been said so far. Either the DNA in the hairs will match or prove strikingly similar to that of DNA found in Neanderthal bones (I doubt the Russian Yeti is a Neanderthal, the size differences and appearance alone, but it could be a Denisovan), or they might have a bone that they might not have realized yet it a Yeti Bone, or something. I have a feeling something major might come of this that perhaps even the team what went after the Yeti might not have realized. Perhaps if there is further research facilities set up in that region there will be ample opporitunity to get primary evidence, but I have an odd gut feeling about this endeavor.

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