posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 04:42 PM
reply to post by greyer
In the 11 months since I first created this thread, there have been some more advancements in the field of bovine protection. Some are
ingenious....like the Mooonitor.
The sad part is, it can only capture the abductions as they occur. It hasn't actually been shown to prevent them..as seen here in this model with the
optional night vision support:
As high tech as some advances have been, some of the best deterrents still are through the use of rancher ingenuity. As displayed in these following
images. The first is an evil alien disguise. Meant to scare off the so called good aliens. My sources tell me it is these "good" aliens which are
the ones committing the most blatant cow thievery.
The new improved model of the cow disguise has been shown in limited testing to confuse the aliens, and often thwart their efforts. Until they have
adapted at least.....
Of course...the simple pissed off redneck
is still an old favorite. Though there is actually no data available as to whether this method
actually works or not.
For anyone out there who still believes alien cow abduction isn't real, or that it really poses no threat to your milk consumption, please see this
one final new photo of an actual abduction taking place. Parts of the image have been enhanced to show the distress these cows face while hurtling
through the air and into the space barns.
Finally, this one rancher who has suffered quite a bit mind you....still believes that one day...his cows shall escape their alien captors. For those
bovine antelopers, in order to find their way home....he has constructed this cow beacon. It is supposedly visible from at least several light years
And by the way....the rancher...who wishes to remain anonymous still, has no fear that the cow beacon will attract more aliens to his lands. You
see....he has no cows left.
More cowbell is not always a good thing.
It's actually quite sad when you think about it.