posted on Nov, 24 2006 @ 04:32 PM
Maybe they're keeping tabs on the progression of bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or BSE and its' counterpart CJD. That would explain the
occasional human (shudder)
, wild animal and house pet mutilation. They seem interested in the parts that contain the pathogen.
"We estimate that 24.3 million people have dementia today, with 4.6 million new cases of dementia every year," the experts report in the Dec. 17
issue of The Lancet. "The number of people [with dementia] will double every 20 years, to 81.1 million by 2040," they added.
I think it's related, tangled and built up amyloid proteins comprise the plaques in brains as a result of both diseases. CJD is much more virulent.
Eat curry, turmeric, cumin, it helps break up the protein plaques.
We should be testing every cow. The slaughter process uses a pressure gun to the brain and basically sprays brains all over the place.
Although, Linda Moultan Howe, who knows alot about the subject (hat's off to the brave woman) did interview a fellow who was taken aboard a craft and
shown that the 'lizards' (I think it was) used it for food, like us.
Rancher's aren't just not compensated, they're harassed - from what I've read.