All science is based upon observation and the collection of data. Gianthropology gathers its empirical evidence from Digs – field investigations conducted through the use of photography as its data recording medium.
Dig results brought back to the Observatory are carefully analyzed before being sent off for final regurgitation at the Institute of Gianthropological Studies.
The Observatory maintains the primary archives of Gianthropological research materials in a temperature and humidity controlled environment that includes catastrophic Montreal rain storms.
Additional support for researchers visiting the Observatory comes in the form of barbecued tofusalmon vegan croissants served every day from noon till supplies run out in the basement of the Paleotragic Memorial Cafeteria.
The Gianthropological Observatory
Earliest Giant Thing sightings from 1973 through 1980.
Pancanadienne Gianthropological SurvEY
The epic decade long photo project, 1981 to 1990, in search of the true meaning of Canada through the science of Gianthropology.
Gianthropology on the world scale as Professor Robideau heads out on international Digs.
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