posted on Mar, 13 2014 @ 12:27 AM
I'm too lazy to link but there have been a number of good articles and videos on cattle mutilation that pretty soundly debunked it as anything but
normal. Scavengers and whatnot go for the exposed organs like tongue and eyes first. I've never heard of a oil sample or anything being taken to
disprove natural blood loss.
As the other poster said, why would a species advanced enough for interstellar travel need to keep mutilating cows. Wouldn't they think to destroy
the remains even if they had to? Also, why cows?
The theory that it's military testing or something along those lines is even more absurd to me. Why wouldn't they just take the cow? The comment
about helicopters picking up the remains and dropping them made me laugh. If you're going to make a racket flying in a helicopter (or risk a stealth
chopper being spotted if you want to get crazy) why not just fly off with the cow to a facility designed to take samples and then destroy the
The only conspiracy I can see behind cattle mutilations contradicts my last paragraph. If it's legit unnatural the only reason I would imagine
leaving the cattle is to foster ridiculous conspiracy theories that most people find wildly outlandish in order to obfuscate testing. This still
makes hardly any sense considering it would be just as easy to steal the freaking cow and risk far less exposure time.
I found cattle mutilation fascinating when I first learned about it, but the more I looked into the less I found it believable outside of natural
explanations. I do not think it in any way is evidence of anything.