Re: Inquiry on Grover Krantz
Mon, 18 Jul 1994 23:14:23 GMT

In <309qlh$>, (IraWalters) writes:
>I am a new graduate student of Dr. Grover Krantz, Washington State
>University. I am curious as to his reputation in the academic world -
>specifically, how has his bigfoot research affected his reputation as a
>scientist (for those who don't know, Dr. Krantz accepts some of the
>evidence for the existence of bigfoot to be real, and that this creature
>is a surviving member of the genus Gigantopithicus).
>As I will eventually need to seek employment when I have earned my degree,
>I would like to know if Dr. Krantz's work will negatively affect me.

Mr. Walters, coming forward like this so early in your announced career shows what
a fine young man and diligent scientest you will turn out to be. Yes we have had
"Dr." Krantz under watch now for years. There is a thick dossier, and those of us
who know correct science are just waiting for our chance, probably when Mr.
Limbaugh finally puts himself or some fellow into our highest office, to purge these
types and begin teaching correct science, which of course began in 4004 b.c.
Until then our advice to you is to stay away from paleontology altogether since
it is a questionable and recently very sensitive science.

William Jennings Bryant