‘Cows’ horns absorb radioactivity’: Malayali man’s hilarious ‘truths’ about cows go viral

From explaining how cow's horns can absorb radioactivity to how cow dung and urine can cure almost anything from — cancer to Ebola, the man, speaking Malayalam, makes some groundbreaking 'revelations'.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 14, 2017 9:20 am
cows, debates about cows, discussions about cows, holy cows in india, holy cows of india, india cows, viral videos on cows in india, indian express, indian express news, viral videos “If you place an FM radio in between the horns of a cow, you won’t hear the programme. Just a humming noise,” he goes on to say at one point. (Source: India Atheist/Facebook)

When Rajasthan High Court judge Mahesh Chandra Sharma came up with the fascinating theory of how peacocks don’t mate and instead impregnate the peahens with their tears, you probably thought you have heard and seen it all. Little would you have known that somebody would give Sharma a tough competition in the department of producing bizarre theories about animals. So much so, that in a parallel world where animals can speak, they have probably taken offense already. Now, a man from Kerala talking about the various benefits, some of which life-saving, of cow urine and cow dung is going viral on Facebook. A report by The NewsMinute identified him as Swami Udit Chaitanya, the founder of a spiritual retreat called the Bhagavatham village.

He begins by saying that these are truths he has understood and requires further research. From explaining how cow’s horns can absorb radioactivity to how cow dung and urine can cure almost anything from — cancer to Ebola, he makes some groundbreaking ‘revelations’. “If you place an FM radio in between the horns of a cow, you won’t hear the programme. Just a humming noise,” he even goes on to say at one point.

Then there is the unknown ingredient in cow urine.

And let’s not forget the cow dung, shall we.

For more ‘truths’ that you may not have known about the cow, watch the video here.

In case you haven’t heard of the Rajasthan High Court judge’s claims on why the peacock was chosen as our national animal, you can watch the video here. 

And long before the ‘Peacock Theory’, it was Vishwa Bandhu Gupta, a social activist, whose interesting claims about cloud computing in America that went viral. A video on YouTube shows him talking at length about how one can record highly-confidential information from the air using advanced technology.  Watch the video here. 

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    Respect all life
    Jul 16, 2017 at 5:13 am
    Some links with information: 1. : stephen-knapp /importance_of_the_cow_in_vedic_culture.htm 2. s: scientificamerican /article/cow-dung-itself-breeds-antibiotic-resistance/ 3. s: livescience /9327-scientists-turn-waste-electricity 4. : isha.sadhguru /blog/lifestyle/food/why-vegetarianism/
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    1. Javid Jabar Dar
      Jul 15, 2017 at 10:55 pm
      Why cow dung and is cure for almost all disease including cancer, then what is need for therapies for cancer patients in India, why they do not use cow and dung....
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        Tama
        Jul 14, 2017 at 10:29 pm
        What is this mallu jocker's educational qualification?and whatz this science ka beiimaan ka opinion about 'gau mata releasing oxygen'??countryme be aware nothing took care of u free of cost than ya mom....,cow milk isn't free of cost our motherz milk were without kicking and horning so plz be selective as far as ur logic permits
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          kundan
          Jul 14, 2017 at 8:21 pm
          Dont u hv nything better to offer as news...atrocious is d word..!!
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          1. Philip Varghese
            Jul 15, 2017 at 12:39 am
            Correct
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          2. Joseph Puliyath
            Jul 14, 2017 at 11:01 am
            Ridiculous...
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