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Why don't you read the official reports and find out? That was kind of my point. You seem to be dismissing something you have no familiarity with, instead of actually looking into it. That official report was prepared by vets in the area so they know how to perform necropsies and determine a cause of death.
Originally posted by Zcustosmorum
Natural causes? Wtf is that? Some of the cattle in those pics didn't look very old, so what exactly is natural causes and how do they determine it?
A coyote pouncing around with a scalpel in his paw is an image I just can't grasp
Surgical incisions in the skin are explained as:
Tears in the skin created when it is stretched by postmortem bloat and/or as dehydration causes the animal's hide to shrink and split, often in linear cuts.
As a human being, he seems like a decent, upstanding person, and I kind of liked him.
Originally posted by Zcustosmorum
If a guy with 40-50 years experience with cattle says there's more to it, I can't just dismiss what he's saying.
Originally posted by FireMoon
I've read in a couple of places and maybe someone can confirm or dismiss this, the following. That cattle's nervous systems reacts in a very similar way to humans when it comes to many toxins and neurotoxins and they just happen to "pool" in the places where the cows are usually eviscerated If it is true, maybe that's just coincidence then again...
Originally posted by TheLieWeLive
I don't know if it mentions this in the video because I have yet to watch it but I think it could possibly be Government studies.
They could be studying these cattle that graze in the fields to see the effect or impact of maybe underground bomb testing in the area years before or some other project they are examining for to see if there are any ill effects to the food supply.
The secrecy could be to keep down public outrage.
I just don't know why Aliens would need cow lips and bung, unless sphincter is a delicacy somewhere deep in space.
Originally posted by SloAnPainful
On UFO Hunters they did a episode on Dulce NM and the aledged underground alien base there.
Originally posted by Imtor
^ I don't think killing more than 10 cattle that way is done simply for distraction. Obviously some experiments are done out of the whole thing, now experiments operated by secret scientists sounds more likely than aliens. The story of Dulce comes from Bennewitz (or in particular, those who sent information to him - Richard Doty and Billy Moore) but the stories of Thomas Castello and reptilians who are the ones that do these experiments is too far fetched.
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
37:00 "So-called animal mutilations are nothing more than the work of scavengers feeding on animals that have already died of natural causes"
I have read that. I make you the same offer as I made to Zcustosmorum, which is to at least read the official reports before dismissing them. In some cases where witnesses claimed the cuts were so surgical there was no evidence of predation, or teeth marks, Vets performing the necropsy examined the tissue under magnification and without the hair in the way, where it could be determined that there was in fact evidence of faint scalloping made by teeth of scavengers that the witnesses had missed, because they hadn't examined it closely enough, under magnification and with the hair out of the way.
Originally posted by Maroboduus
I highly suggest you read some more about the characteristics of cattle mutilations. Surgical precision, cauterization, removal of organs through unknown means and without any apparent point of entry, etc etc.
That certainly doesn't sound like any combination of natural death and scavengers that i've heard of before.