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Don’t Have To Be A Rocket Scientist To Know That Bigfoot And Dogman Are Real

You Don't Have To Be A Rocket Scientist To Know That Bigfoot And Dogman Are Real As crazy as it might seem, it appears that Dr. Melba Ketchum may have finally found the solution to the Bigfoot dilemma. Researchers and cryptozoologists have been trying for years to answer the question: Does Bigfoot exist or doesn’t he? All they really had to do to prove Bigfoot’s existence was throw a third question into the mix: Are Bigfoot and Dogman the same creature?

I know it sounds like I’m being sarcastic here (and I probably am. Or, at least I will be.) But bear with me a minute and you’ll see that what Ketchum has done is brilliant. Not only has she now proven Bigfoot’s existence but she’s also proven that Dogman exists, and that it’s a completely separate entity. And it all comes down to Schrödinger’s cat.

If you’re not familiar with Schrödinger’s cat theory, it goes something like this: 

In 1935, Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger came up with his cat theory as a sort of mind game to illustrate what he saw as the problem of the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics applied to everyday objects. Simply put – because, remember, we’re not rocket scientists here – Schrödinger was trying to prove his theory that 2 atomic particles could occupy the same space and time but if you separated them they became 2 unique unrelated entities on different planes, thus occupying different moments in time.

For example – and again, this is very simplistic because I’m not a rocket scientist (and apparently, neither is Ketchum)  – a molecule of water consists of two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen, all existing in the same time and place.

Before the advent of modern science you had two options. That molecule of water either existed or it didn’t. But now we know that you can separate those atoms, put them in different planes and look at them under a microscope and you’ll have two atoms of hydrogen and one of oxygen. But we only know this because we can see those atoms and watch them while they separate.

Schrödinger wanted to prove that, until we can see and measure that separation, those molecules could exist on both levels of time. His “cat in a box” theory makes it a little clearer…

Schrödinger's cat.

Imagine a steel box, enclosed on all six sides with a lid on top. Inside the box is a device that contains a tiny particle of radioactive material that may or may not degrade within the hour, there’s a 50-50 chance either way. If that radioactive particle does degrade it creates a chain reaction that releases a tiny hammer that smashes a vial of hydrocyanic acid, a substance which causes instant death.

Now, place a cat inside the box and close the lid and wait an hour. Without looking inside the box: Is the cat inside the box alive or dead?

At this point, says Schrödinger the cat is both alive and dead. There’s only a 50% probability that the atomic particle would degrade within the hour. So it’s safe to assume that the cat’s still alive and it’s also safe to assume it’s dead, all at the same time and all on the same plane of existence. But here’s the key…

We won’t know for certain until we open the box and physically prove it one way or the other. So, at this point, without opening the box, both statements can be true:  The cat is alive and the cat is dead, both at the same time, on the same plane.

Now, how does this relate to Dr. Melba Ketchum, Bigfoot and Dogman?

Dr. Melba Ketchum has been researching Bigfoot DNA here in the United States for more than a year now and she’s been promising “amazing results” since March of 2012. She also promised to deliver her scientific results in a peer-reviewed paper way back in April of 2012 and we still haven’t seen it.

Millions of crypto fans around the world are waiting to hear what Ketchum has to say about Bigoot and just a few days ago a “close source” revealed that she’s discovered that Bigfoot and Dogman are two separate entities. But wait a minute. That wasn’t the question. 

Until now, the cat in the box was Bigfoot. And the only way to answer the question “Does Bigfoot exist?” was to open that box, to provide physical scientific evidence that Bigfoot is a previously undiscovered species. He either does or he does not exist but, according to Schrödinger and to everyone on the planet, Bigfoot does and does not exist, at the same time, until someone “opens the box” and provides definitive proof one way or the other.

Schrödinger’s box theory explains why it’s so easy for one group to firmly believe in Bigfoot’s existence and the other group to think it’s all a bunch of hooey. Until there’s physical proof one way or the other both opinions can be correct at the same time.

But now, instead of answering questions about Bigfoot, Ketchum removed the bomb and put two cats in the box – Bigfoot and Dogman – and somehow changed the question to “Are they the same?” Schrödinger’s answer still applies – yes Dogman and Bigfoot are the same and no they’re not.  At this point it’s a matter of personal belief and we won’t know until we open the box and get scientific proof one way or the other.

By placing Dogman and Bigfoot in the box at the same time and then opening the lid Ketchum’s pulled off quite a trick. Now we can’t say that Bigfoot and Dogman don’t exist because she’s opened the box for us and there they are. She’s comparing two entities and you can’t do that unless both entities exist, right?  So she’s completely evaded the issue of having to supply that peer-reviewed paper she’s been hyping all over the Internet.

So there you have it – Dr. Melba Ketchum has proven the existence of Bigfoot without even releasing any scientific findings whatsoever. We only thought we needed DNA and other scientific evidence. All we really needed to prove that Bigfoot exists was Dogman. And apparently Dogman exists because he’s a different entity than Bigfoot. It’s all right there in the box!

Donna Anderson
Donna Anderson is a freelance journalist living in Columbus, Ohio who believes that something really is out there, you really can't trust anyone, and sometimes, mysterious “things” really do go bump in the night. A long-time fan of Coast to Coast AM she previously covered some of the more exciting and weird topics in her column at Examiner.com. and she currently writes for Alex Jones and Infowars.com. Too lazy to maintain her own blog and looking for a more open-minded audience platform, she approached the gang at Who Forted?, who graciously agreed to let her talk about whatever she wants – as long as she avoids the topic of leprechauns.
Donna Anderson

5 Comments

  1. terry the censor

    09/11/2012 at 11:17 AM

    Let’s see…

    Dragons and unicorns are not the same creature.
    Therefore, dragons and unicorns exist!

    I don’t know — that’s not very convincing. Maybe I’m a diabolical denier?

  2. Sasdave

    09/13/2012 at 11:44 AM

    Personally, I believe these grand creatures exist with out putting it in some sorta box theory. They exist and there is ample proof of this and the proof that this subject has been tried to be covered over with a box, sorta. Being one that has experianced this grand physical spirited being, I need no box to prove that they are alive and well. Most of those that have not smelt,seen or felt their presents will not fully believe. So no problem leave them alone to live their lives, as it appears the evil little pink monkeys need a dead ground burrower “Sasquatch” to prove their existance.

    • Erebus Priest

      11/25/2012 at 9:46 PM

      Dr Melba Ketchum needs to stop with the philosophical BS and get a clue about the scientific
      method because, as most people already know, Schrodinger’s Cat does not apply to our reality.

      Sasdave,
      Can you show us any proof to your claim?

  3. R Emmet Lee

    10/28/2012 at 5:20 PM

    This is a very important argument. The quantum principles involved in this position demonstrate very clearly the direction that human inquiry has to take in the next century if we are to survive and explore the nearby reaches of our galaxy.

    Things both are and are not. That’s the whole point of the Universe, or else change would not be possible. Moreover, reality as we know it must derive some energetic exchange – or possibly even utilize dichotomies as a power source – from such conundrums. This violates the law of conservation of energy, but that’s a law invented by monkeys who think they know everything.

    Clearly we don’t know everything, because we are still arguing about stuff like Bigfoot when we all know it doesn’t exist except for when you run into it.

  4. Jimy

    01/15/2013 at 10:05 AM

    Well said R Emmet Lee, well said indeed..

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