It is sunny here in Arizona :)
I lived in Wyoming for a while and loved it. Cody is really nice. My husband hated it. Said there wasn't enough trees to hide behind. Needless to say we left. There were lots of jobs when we lived there in 2000. Tried yo go to Yellowstone once when we lived there but they had not opened for the season yet. Saw some bison. It was beautiful country, hope it doesn't blow.
Other than the cold, the wind, the lack of trees and the flat, it's GREAT. Tetons have trees, I know, but it's even colder higher up.
I wouldn't say the bison are running, more a trot. Not a stampede, not a panic.
That video of Bison running looks superimposed as in photoshopped vid. No shadows off the bushes or snow pole but shadows off the bison. Last two bison
abruptly disappeared from frame a second or so prior to passing the "camera" location. Look at last two bison to the end of vid. Not saying definitively that this in
not authentic but my radar is up.
Incidentally, practically the whole park IS the caldera. Should Yellowstone Super Volcano erupt massively, one better be six hundred miles away in any direction; preferably West given prevailing winds.
Those bison, if evacuating because they sense imminent earth change better head South 5-600 miles. The ash from Yellowstone is likened to the ash in Icelandic
volcanoes. It can lacerate lung tissue in a short amount of time without personal protective breathing devices.
Not complacent, but all this could be part of the "powers that shouldn't be"'s fear matrix.
Last edited by Ranger; 03-24-2014 at 05:40 PM.
Milkmaid et al... Triple take in AM. Heard bison running on roads is NOT
outta the question but I ran this vid by my FAM and they picked
up on no "shadows" and abrupt "cutoff" of vid before camera,
..... I'll check again... Still think this vid may be "doctored"
Ranger look at the video in post 34
Look at the 23 second mark, the pole doesn't have shadows, but the bison do.
The trees have shadows, but very small amount of darkness on the brush --because it's almost ground level.
I bet if you watch 10 of these type videos you're going to see the same shadow patterns.
NOT everything is a massive conspiracy theory.
PS. The video was produced by the Turner Radio Network.
They keep an eye on their bison all the time, this must be unusual for them to see.
Last edited by Milk-maid; 03-25-2014 at 11:20 AM.
Published on Mar 14, 2014
March 14, 2014 -- This herd of Yellowstone National Park Bison dashes from Mammoth Hot Springs eastward along the roadway and deeper into the park. If the herd matriarch gets the urge to run, she will ... and the entire herd will run to keep up. Sometimes I can tell, I can feel that this running is a celebration of life -- running for the sheer joy of being able to.
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