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I am going to be gushing a seven foot grin when the FINAL EXPLANATION for all these graffiti doodles comes to show.. When the know it all armchair commentator gets his foot served with chips. Jaws gaping wide with nothing to say except... "Well hold on now, I want some too!" Cuz let me tell you... You're gonna NEED what they mean. And your life will depend on it.
Honestly, Chappy,... I'm just chummin' it up with the likes of you purely ta coax the absolute measure of ignorance out of ya and into the open. Sure I'll throw a factoid out there that I heard about, or a quip about some hearsay...
One of the most breathtaking crop circles has (surprise, surprise!) been discovered to have been man-made. Despite depicting the Mothership logo (Mothership make glass bongs) many believed the complexity of the circle was beyond mere mortals. But as shown in the video below it was created by circlemaker Dene Hine and the video produced by Matthew Williams. Hats off to the creators for a spectacular piece of work. So all the researchers who stated it was the real deal can now step forward and apologise for getting it wrong, then they can look at their research methods and consider that maybe they need to broaden their horizons in terms of just what is possible in the construction of complex crop circles.
originally posted by: schuyler
originally posted by: olaru12
originally posted by: bally001
a reply to: PeacekeeperAlex
I just think it's a form of graffiti that really annoys the farmers.
I think they are man made, but with a microwave beam from a satellite; Part of the starwars project, paid for by the US taxpayers. The graphics almost look like they're computer generated.
They certainly do and if you think some old geezers from the local Pub did those with some pieces of lumber you're delusional. Look at those patterns and tell me with a straight face that it's the work of local geezers.