posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 02:56 PM
Are you planning on removing the chlorophyll from plants?
Let me see if I understand your question.
We have two crop circles. One of them was made while witnesses watched. The other was not. On the second one there was no chlorophyll left in the
What your asking, I think, is if the absence of chlorophyll in the crops of a crop circle is sufficient evidence to prove that it was not man-made.
Apparently, it is not very difficult to remove the chlorophyll from a plant...
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I don't think that the lack of chlorophyll in the plants could be used a sole form of proof that the circle was not man-made.