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Crop circle plant alterations

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posted on Sep, 28 2015 @ 02:31 AM
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After the study of many different plants found in crop circle formations, several anomalous factors become present. The most noticeable change to the plants are the expansion and elongation of the plants stem nodes, as well as the visible explosion cavities that are literal holes blown out on the nodes of the plants. The expansions and expulsion cavities form when the plants are heated with an energy that causes the plants inside water to turn into steam which then blows out the plants node causing the hole. These effects have been discovered to be duplicatable in labs by microwaving them.

Seeds from plants within crop formations have been found to be affected in varying ways including the stunting of growth, alteration of germination capabilities, and visible seed deformation. Among other factors, the alteration of the plants seed reproductive capabilities depend on what growth phase the plant is in when the crop circle occurs. If the formation occurs early in the plants life before it's flowering stage and before seed development, the tissues not having to do with it's reproduction will grow normally but the seed growth is either discontinued or disrupted.

If the formation happens when the seed is there but is slightly developed, the embryo growth is affected and seeds will be stunted, will show germination reduction, and will be of less weight then it's controls. Lastly, if the formation happens when the plant is more grown with adult seeds, the seeds will often show a raised growth rate and in some cases many times higher then it's controls.

www.bltresearch.com...




posted on Sep, 28 2015 @ 05:37 AM
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it's some aliens at the center of the earth being irresponsible with their tiny lazer pointers, projecting cool psychedelic images bigger when farther away. They just don't realize it comes out the other side & on to our surface. :S

No but seriously, I've always thought this isn't an externally caused phenomenon, but an internally caused one. Would there be a way for a wave of sorts to preserve it's energy until it passes through solid rock or other spacious mass? Once it hits the surface, if aimed correctly, and exits at the location of, lets say where a field of feeble crops lie, it then exerts its potential energy into kinetic, making a quick but distinct release of heat, causing a quick boil & pop of the crops within their projected pattern. Super science-fiction I guess lol.



posted on Sep, 28 2015 @ 05:41 AM
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The quest for answering "how" or "how so perfectly instant", just seems to be not as easily duplicated as we might hope, or they'd be done a lot more by more people. I thought part of the crop circle mystery is it's done very quickly, like over night, and with simple means. Hence the whole nature behind using crops to make a pattern. Like it'd be superficial & simple technology. If there's no luck in honing in on how it's done so easily by way of energy from above, & trying to figure out how it stops & makes the pattern just above the surface, maybe it'd be easier to try and view it from coming from below. At least in a reflective or seismic sense. From above really gives no options but satellite aimed beams.



posted on Sep, 28 2015 @ 08:22 AM
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a reply to: Arrestme

originally posted by: Arrestme
No but seriously, I've always thought this isn't an externally caused phenomenon, but an internally caused one
I believe its an external phenomenon because small iron spheres are found on the surface soil. If it was internal how would they get there?

After this 1993 discovery, regular soil sampling was instituted at most crop circles sampled by the BLT Team. Subsequently, tiny 10-40 micron diameter spheres (and/or partially ablated particles) of unusually pure iron have been regularly found in soils from crop circle sites. Sometimes clusters of these very small, perfectly spherical, magnetic particles are found; sometimes larger spheres (40-50 microns in diameter), which are strongly magnetic, are discovered adhering to bits of soil covered, or inter-mixed, with a partially-melted glaze of the same material.
www.bltresearch.com...

Here is another factor that it is more than likely an external phenomenon


The thick, continuous, bluish line represents the theoretical value of the node length across the circle, if it were caused by a ball of light at a height of 4 meters and 10 centimeters. (This height corresponded to the estimate of the eyewitness). Just like the three crop circles analyzed by Levengood and Talbott, the theoretical values for the node length (blue line) correspond perfectly to the measurements (yellow bars).
www.bibliotecapleyades.net...



posted on Sep, 28 2015 @ 08:11 PM
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a reply to: gmoneystunt
That's in step #11 of the instructions for how to make crop circles:

Make-a-Crop-Circle

Melt some iron filings into droplets on-site and sprinkle them around the flattened area to leave "meteorite particles" and magnetized stalks.



posted on Oct, 1 2015 @ 01:46 PM
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originally posted by: Telepathy3
After the study of many different plants found in crop circle formations, several anomalous factors become present. The most noticeable change to the plants are the expansion and elongation of the plants stem nodes, as well as the visible explosion cavities that are literal holes blown out on the nodes of the plants. The expansions and expulsion cavities form when the plants are heated with an energy that causes the plants inside water to turn into steam which then blows out the plants node causing the hole. These effects have been discovered to be duplicatable in labs by microwaving them.



Gee, you mean effects just like would be seen with an EM drive?



posted on Oct, 1 2015 @ 02:22 PM
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a reply to: Telepathy3

The problem is BLT have a somewhat dubious reputation , here's a piece by CC guru Colin Andrews who shows BLT "research" is nothing of the sort.

The all important findings from BLT
Both the man made crop circle and the normal lodging following heavy rain and wind BOTH were
found to be SIGNIFICANT AND HAD RECEIVED SIGNIFICANT HIGH LEVELS OF TRANSIENT
ENERGY. (Read official Report from William Levengood at BLT below)

www.colinandrews.net...



posted on Oct, 3 2015 @ 11:37 AM
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originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: Telepathy3

The problem is BLT have a somewhat dubious reputation , here's a piece by CC guru Colin Andrews who shows BLT "research" is nothing of the sort.

The all important findings from BLT
Both the man made crop circle and the normal lodging following heavy rain and wind BOTH were
found to be SIGNIFICANT AND HAD RECEIVED SIGNIFICANT HIGH LEVELS OF TRANSIENT
ENERGY. (Read official Report from William Levengood at BLT below)

www.colinandrews.net...


What are the qualifications of Mr. Andrews? What scientific degrees does he hold?



posted on Oct, 4 2015 @ 09:22 AM
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originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: Telepathy3

The problem is BLT have a somewhat dubious reputation , here's a piece by CC guru Colin Andrews who shows BLT "research" is nothing of the sort.

The all important findings from BLT
Both the man made crop circle and the normal lodging following heavy rain and wind BOTH were
found to be SIGNIFICANT AND HAD RECEIVED SIGNIFICANT HIGH LEVELS OF TRANSIENT
ENERGY. (Read official Report from William Levengood at BLT below)

www.colinandrews.net...


Wacky "perfesser" Levengood being misrepresented as a PH.D. by B.L.T.'s Nancy Talbott doesn't help. And whatever actual qualifications he did have certainly did not qualify him in the area of "plasma vortices".



posted on Oct, 4 2015 @ 10:36 AM
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a reply to: tanka418




What are the qualifications of Mr. Andrews? What scientific degrees does he hold?

Don't know , none I assume.
Colin Andrews conducted a double blind test of BLT analysis which is provided to them by William Levengood , the two Circles one of which was natural in origin the other created by Andrews were visited by BLT's own sampling team , they took their samples which later came back as having anomalous properties.


This man does have a Ph. D and believes in crop circles

Dr. Simeon Hein ".....they (BLT) attempt to use
scientific techniques to validate their preconceived
ideas: something known as “researcher bias".
www.colinandrews.net...


Crop Circles have varying explanations but none of those explanations include Extra Terrestrials , Crop Art which most people think of as Crop Circles are 100 % man made.



posted on Oct, 4 2015 @ 02:25 PM
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originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: tanka418




What are the qualifications of Mr. Andrews? What scientific degrees does he hold?

Don't know , none I assume.
Colin Andrews conducted a double blind test of BLT analysis which is provided to them by William Levengood , the two Circles one of which was natural in origin the other created by Andrews were visited by BLT's own sampling team , they took their samples which later came back as having anomalous properties.


This man does have a Ph. D and believes in crop circles

Dr. Simeon Hein ".....they (BLT) attempt to use
scientific techniques to validate their preconceived
ideas: something known as “researcher bias".
www.colinandrews.net...


Crop Circles have varying explanations but none of those explanations include Extra Terrestrials , Crop Art which most people think of as Crop Circles are 100 % man made.


Thank you...your Dr. Hein is much more credible than Mr. Andrews.

Though I do have small issue with the "double blind" BS...you see, I would have to agree that a double blind test is not indicated. And, the procedure that was used is not explained very well...perhaps they would like to try again?
Maybe make all of the procedure and results available...

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posted on Oct, 4 2015 @ 03:51 PM
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originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: Telepathy3

The problem is BLT have a somewhat dubious reputation , here's a piece by CC guru Colin Andrews who shows BLT "research" is nothing of the sort.

The all important findings from BLT
Both the man made crop circle and the normal lodging following heavy rain and wind BOTH were
found to be SIGNIFICANT AND HAD RECEIVED SIGNIFICANT HIGH LEVELS OF TRANSIENT
ENERGY. (Read official Report from William Levengood at BLT below)

www.colinandrews.net...


Isn't that just a classic ad hominem attack and thus a logical fallacy - attacking the messenger and ignoring the message?



posted on Oct, 4 2015 @ 03:59 PM
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Crop circles have been around for decades and in fact centuries. Some circles have been reportedly made in a matter of minutes. Found in countries all around the world - the same hoaxers are making circles in Italy, the UK, Canada and the US on the same nights?

Scientists cannot duplicate the bent growth nodes found on non-human made crop circle stalks - though they may be able to make blow-out holes with some kind of dubious hand-held microwave device never seen and without which would have to admit many circles are non-terrestrial human made.



This circle was made a couple of weeks before 9/11. Wonder if someone was trying to tell us something? Of course no video of it being made exists, which of course would if the whole point of making circles was to prove they were only human made.




posted on Oct, 4 2015 @ 04:54 PM
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a reply to: PlanetXisHERE




Isn't that just a classic ad hominem attack and thus a logical fallacy - attacking the messenger and ignoring the message?

No , it's stating a fact , Colin Andrews conducted the test and they failed it .
I'm not ignoring the message the message is clear , some people will believe what they want to believe regardless.
As for logical fallacy .... Seriously ?

William Levengood is a known quantity , search and ye shall find.


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posted on Oct, 4 2015 @ 05:04 PM
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originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: PlanetXisHERE




Isn't that just a classic ad hominem attack and thus a logical fallacy - attacking the messenger and ignoring the message?

No , it's stating a fact , Colin Andrews conducted the test and they failed it .
I'm not ignoring the message the message is clear , some people will believe what they want to believe regardless.
As for logical fallacy .... Seriously ?

William Levengood is a known quantity , search and ye shall find.



I stand by my original assertion. You are trying to link the authenticity of certain crop circles with the reputation of one person, Mr. Levengood. Aren't you attempting to assert because Levengood make a mistake once, that all crop circles are hoaxes?



posted on Oct, 4 2015 @ 05:13 PM
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a reply to: PlanetXisHERE

He didn't make a mistake once he created results to fit his belief , he also claimed to be a doctor but it was discovered that wasn't true either.
A lot of what's claimed by crop circle followers today stems from claims made by William Levengood , I stand by my assertions that crop circles like the one you posted above are man made.




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posted on Oct, 4 2015 @ 05:36 PM
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originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: PlanetXisHERE

He didn't make a mistake once he created results to fit his belief , he also claimed to be a doctor but it was discovered that wasn't true either.
A lot of what's claimed by crop circle followers today stems from claims made by William Levengood , I stand by my assertions that crop circles like the one you posted above are man made.





Do you have any proof that crop circle was man-made? Don't you find it interesting it appeared about three weeks before 9/11?




posted on Oct, 4 2015 @ 05:57 PM
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a reply to: PlanetXisHERE


originally posted by: PlanetXisHERE

originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: PlanetXisHERE

He didn't make a mistake once he created results to fit his belief , he also claimed to be a doctor but it was discovered that wasn't true either.
A lot of what's claimed by crop circle followers today stems from claims made by William Levengood , I stand by my assertions that crop circles like the one you posted above are man made.





Do you have any proof that crop circle was man-made? Don't you find it interesting it appeared about three weeks before 9/11?



I have evidence that it's a good possibility...

As I pointed out in another thread, the two circles with the yellow arrows are far smaller than the others:

What's a more likely and logical scenario-
- It was created on the ground by humans that miscalculated the geometry of the circle and ran out of room and just went ahead and made them smaller to fit in?
- Or it was created from a view above by an intelligent alien species that *OOPS* made a couple of mistakes?

No matter your skewed way of thinking, the imperfections are a perfect example of human error.



posted on Oct, 4 2015 @ 06:15 PM
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a reply to: Ectoplasm8

I would be completely convinced by a video of people making it - I have seen a human made drafting copy of it - which again means nothing except that someone could copy it - you continue to insist that because two circles are slightly smaller than the others at that position - yet are similarly sized to other circles in the formation - it is some kind of imperfection that higher beings would not make - that is your right to think that - but I think it is a stretch.

Does the corollary hold? Other circles with perfect symmetry were not made by terrestrial surface humans?

How about this one? Any imperfections? Any videos of it being made?



How about this one? What human would calculate so badly? Any videos of it being made?




posted on Oct, 4 2015 @ 06:26 PM
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originally posted by: Ectoplasm8
What's a more likely and logical scenario-
- It was created on the ground by humans that miscalculated the geometry of the circle and ran out of room and just went ahead and made them smaller to fit in?
- Or it was created from a view above by an intelligent alien species that *OOPS* made a couple of mistakes?

No matter your skewed way of thinking, the imperfections are a perfect example of human error.


And, IF those circles are smaller by design, so that they might contain data?



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