Aerial Bigfoot Search Proposal by Jeffrey Meldrum Approved By Idaho State UniversityBy Marhgil Macuha on Nov 6, 2012 in Animals, Science, United States, Universities, Weird, World •
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Jeffrey Meldrum, an Idaho scientist is seeking to raise $300,000-plus in public donation to build a machine that will be used to do an aerial bigfoot search over the U.S. mountain West, international news sites reported on Sunday, November 4, 2012.
According to reports, Jeffrey Meldrum‘s unusual proposal has been approved by Idaho State University. Meldrum plans to fly a remote-controlled blimp with a thermal imaging camera over the Pacific Northwest mountains to search for bigfoot.
Meldrum reportedly said that the project is a giant leap in the quest for finding the bigfoot. He believes that bigfoot may have descended from a giant ape that once lived in Asia and moved to North America by crossing the Bering land bridge.
“The challenge with any animal that is rare, solitary, nocturnal and far-ranging in habitat is to find them and observe them in the wild; this technology provides for that,” Meldrum was quoted as saying.
The plan is dubbed as the “Falcon Project,” reports said.
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