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Stu Cranstence: Out in the Field Again

August 8th, 2012 No comments


Stu Cranstence puts in some long hours on his latest expedition as he seeks to uncover more amazing findings. Life on an expedition has it’s hazards, but Stu pushes on in the pursuit of REAL SCIENCE.

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Stu on Mastodon Eggs

April 3rd, 2012 2 comments


Stu Cranstence answers a question about animal droppings. There is no better expert in Western America on the subject of droppings than Stu Cranstence

Stu makes a bold prediction

July 5th, 2010 2 comments

Stu Cranstence inspires the world’s scientists and inventors when he makes the bold prediction that “some day man will harness the power of the wind“. His brother Ron will have to do some laundry for Stu after the expedition because the wind was really kicking up.

Stu is vindicated

June 18th, 2010 5 comments

Ron invites a scientist over to verify Stu’s findings. Stu somehow manages to miss the scientist, but the good news is that the scientist verifies that Stu’s ancient pottery is indeed “droppings”, a major vindication of  Stu’s Findings.

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Stu clears up another misconception

April 25th, 2010 6 comments

Stu Cranstence takes on Mastodons and explains how to visualize the vast amount of time ago that they lived….in.

Stu clears up some confusion

April 9th, 2010 2 comments

Stu Cranstence clears up some of the confusion surrounding his findings of Bone Sticks.

Viewer Discretion Strongly Advised

March 14th, 2010 11 comments

Stu Cranstence teaches the public about “Areas” and his “Findings” while bravely battling the side effects of various Juggernaut Pharmaceuticals products.

A very pointed question

February 25th, 2010 10 comments

Kate asks a very sharp pointed question of Stu Cranstence and he lobs it back over the net with ease. Here Stu shows how adept he is at debate and logic.

Stu makes findings at the beach

February 11th, 2010 5 comments

Here you see Stu Cranstence hard at work, pointing out interesting things to people and making significant findings. His finding of a Bone Stick is especially exciting.

Stu explains more about The Missing Link

January 19th, 2010 2 comments

An authority on evolution

What is the MISSING LINK?

The missing link was lost over a HUNDRED YEARS AGO.  Darwin (no one knows his last name) called it the ‘Holy Grail’ of science.  He searched the globe for this elusive treasure which he knew would bring him fame and riches.  He nearly found it in a cave but a GIANT BOULDER came rolling down at  him and he barely escaped with his life.  Even the huge bull whip he carried with him was useless against such a boulder.

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Stu and the “Missing Link”

January 16th, 2010 4 comments

Stu Cranstence: soon to make another major discovery?

When will scientists find the MISSING LINK?

Scientists have been trying to find the MISSING LINK for over A HUNDRED YEARS.  It is very hard to find because it is made out of CAMOUFLAGE.  The scientist who finally finds the MISSING LINK will become very famous and people will stop ignoring him and will ask him to do an interview on a real T.V. show.  He will go to SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES and no one will laugh at him. He will find the MISSING LINK inside the perimeter on his next expedition because then everyone will say he is the TOP SCIENTIST.

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Stu has his findings verified

November 18th, 2009 7 comments
An authority on ancient pottery
An authority on ancient pottery
Question: Are your findings scientific?
Answer: For your information, my brother, Ron, took some of my findings (ancient pottery) to an actual university scientist who told Ron that, YES they do have a scientific name for these findings.  According to this scientist, these findings are called “droppings”.    I don’t need the establishment to tell me that my findings are legitimate  but for those doubters out there, ‘read it and weep’.  You can see me actually making these findings in a video that Ron made called,  ‘Stu Cranstence collects his findings’.
Thanks again to my brother Ron.  He enables me to do all the things I do!
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