posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 08:39 AM
I would like to put forth my own theory as to what is making these crop circles.
For over a decade I have heard that microwaves can simulate the effects seen in crop circles with regard to the nodes of the plants.
What if some sort of MASER, a microwave laser, is being used to draw the patterns in the crop. I am suggesting that governments have developed these
space based Maser's for use in shooting down ballistic missiles like the Star Wars program that Reagan wanted in the 80s.
Now the question is why would people who control these Maser satellites want to create these crops circles?
Also I have devised a test for determining if these patterns are drawn from the air or created on the ground. If the pattern were drawn from the air
over uneven or not completely flat ground you would expect that the pattern would have no distortion of it when viewed from the air (symmetry). If
however the measurements of the pattern were taken and fed into some software that could "flatten" the ground so that the resulting image could be
seen I theorize that the image would be distorted (not symmetrical).
If however, the pattern is symmetrical when the ground is flattened it suggest that the pattern was placed down like a sheet over the ground or
created on the ground. Also then the pattern should be somewhat distorted from the air (it cant be both at the same time).
Compensating for this distortion of the uneven ground either by air or ground created would require advanced knowledge of the lay of the land and the
pattern would have to be pre-distorted to give the perfectly symmetrical effect that suggest the opposite form of creation. Do you follow? I know its
hard to describe but really the concept is simple.
Now it appears to me that these patterns are symmetrical when viewed from above. So that would mean that surely when placed on a field that has some
hills and so forth, even if small ones, that if you laid the ground flat the image would distort implying that it was made from the air (like a
drawing). Unless the circle makers are so sophisticated they could make it from the ground and account for the lay of the land and pre-distort to
create perfect symmetry from the air.
I think the only way to test this theory would be to take very accurate measurements of the pattern and the ground terrain and then flatten it. Wish
someone would do this and report their findings.
[edit on 1-6-2009 by 2 cents]