TODAY IN BIGFOOT HISTORY!
2008, New York University, New York: Chaim Fliver Lectures on Bigfoot Migrations
Prof. Chaim Declan, internationally recognized Economist from the University of Cork College in Ireland, presents his research on Bigfoot at NYU. Prof. Declan was invited to speak at a week long symposium entitled, (De)territorializing Bigfoot: The Body Without Organs as Crypid Machine.
Prof. Declan’s paper entitled, “The Progressive Symptom of Temperature and Migratory Patterns of Bigfoot Sightings.” In it, Prof. Declan argued that mutualism fails when climate response differs between interacting species. “Timing and temperature is everything when species interact.”
Prof. Declan’s research was very well received, though he was denied tenure, in part, because of his Bigfoot distractions.