reply to post by Epsillion70
What I wish would happen is an ordered more scientific approach to investigating these crop circles.
What I see happening now is people (Linda M.H. for ex.) are wasting resources on interpreting the meaning of the crop circles before
figure out if it is man-made or not.
I believe they should at least use those resources to investigate if they are man-made or not first
. Then waste their time on interpreting the
meaning. That way, if it turns out to be proven man-made, we don't have to waste our time trying to figure out what it means, because it is probably
insignificant, and you shouldn't trust man.
People like Linda M.H. from Earthfiles are presenting what they claim to be "scientific based interpretations" of the meaning of the crop circles,
and totally ignore the first basic step of scientific study. Knowing if it is man-made or not makes a significant change to the meaning of the crop
circle, and should be
the very first step of any type of scientific approach.
Basically what I am saying is, their approach is not in any way scientific because they skip the first most important first step, which is determining
the origin and the creators.
Another main point of this topic is to be aware
, and to not jump to conclusions when a new crop circle appears. The first step should always be
to determine if it is man-made or not, and then proceed from there. What is happening though, is people are ignoring any research, and automatically
thinking it is "alien" based on nothing.
What also tends to happen, is people will find what they believe are "anomalies", such as "radionuclide's (radiation)" found in past crop
circles, and "lengthened nodes", and also "magnetic particles", and that leads them to believe they are "alien". What they are doing is
stopping their research, and scientific studies, and jumping to conclusions based on what they found. They are not researching, or scientifically
studying those "anomalies" far enough, or even trying to find ways that man or other forces could account for it.
I don't think crop circles should be classified as "neutral", and evidence of man-made or alien-made put on a scale. I believe man-made evidence
has permanently tipped the scale to it's own side, and all crop circles should be considered man-made until it could be proven "alien". Because
man is the first most obvious explanation. Like "innocent until proven guilty", but "man-made until prove alien-made".
I'm not telling you to ignore any evidence, I am actually telling you to not jump to "alien" conclusions without first proving they aren't