Genome paper "conclusively proves" Bigfoots are real

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It's not often you come across a scientific paper which notes that the information it covers is like something "seen on the television series Monster Quest." And you rarely read a paper which concludes, "The data conclusively proves that the Sasquatch exist as an extant hominin and are a direct maternal descendant of modern humans." But today, we have such a paper—and there's nothing usual about it, including the journal where it appears.
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When you own the journal you can publish what you like.
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This is not a credible source, the author had to create their own journal just to get it "published"

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