These three statements are not true, and is based lies. There are videos of ships and orbs making them. The man made ones do not resemble in
complexity or nature the totality of crop circles, in fact a small percentage. And I fail to see why people would need to be so complex for a free
website fame and glory is a world where you must compete for fame and glory to survive. These is little money in these websites.
I think you might be deluding yourself. Crop circles are real, there is much evidence that proves they are not a hoax. But I do not have the time to
convince you, I am just responding to the disinformation aspect of this post.
Please point me to a video then, of a UFO making a crop circle. And I hope you don't point me to the known hoax, admitted to by the creator, which
was created in a studio. That's the "orb" one, and the only video I've ever seen of a 'ufo' making a crop circle, and it ended up being a
Of course crop circles are real. The question is who creates them? You don't think man-made ones are possible? I watched two guys with ropes and
planks make one that was hailed as a great crop circle with hidden meaning. Multiple circles, and they were all divisible by the # 3. People were
creating tons of theories about why, and said the exact same thing you are: There is no waaay a mere human could make it.
Well, then the special came out. They time-lapsed themselves making it. They used the irrigation channels as guidelines (those lines in all fields
where these appear). Ironically, they are spaced 6 feet apart, which is why their creation was divisible by the number 3. They were fairly amused at
how they heard it was impossible, and how only aliens with deep meaning could have made it.
So yes, humans are quite capable of making complex art in fields using simple tools. I've seen them do it. I've never seen a valid video of UFOs
carving these videos into fields.
And I don't spread disinfo, I try to spread common sense. I happen to believe in UFOs, Roswell, and more. I just think aspects like this are bunk,
and distract from the real meat of ufology. I think there has been one crop circle I thought was legit. A simple circle one, a small one, on an out
of the way farm, not near any highways. Radioactive readings were positive. I think THAT was an actual 'crop circle' perhaps made by curious
visitors whose corn supply was perhaps running low.
[edit on 14-6-2009 by fleabit]