American biophysician Dr. William Levengood found that all the seed heads of some of the crop circle plants he examined, did not contain any seeds,
thus driving him to dig deeper. Dr. Levengood started systematically examining crop circle plants.
According to the BLT Research Team crop circles are formed due to a plasma vortex that originates in the higher atmosphere (ionosphere). You can think
of a plasma vortex as a swirling column of ionized (electrically charged) air. In physics and meteorology plasma vortices are a common phenomenon.
They cannot be seen with the naked eye, yet they can be measured (because of the electrical charge in the air). The plasma vortex comes rushing
towards the earth like a twister, highly electrical and magnetic in nature and radiating a kind of energy very similar to microwave energy. The moment
the plasma vortex hits the earth, a crop formation is formed.
Naturally this theory evokes many questions. How do we know the vortex originates in the ionosphere? How do we know it is electrically charged and
magnetic and emits microwave-like energy? And why does all this create such complex patterns? We don't know all the answers, but I'll try and
explain the ones we do know.
Tiny magnetite spheres
We know that the vortex originates in the ionosphere, because on many occassions unusually high concentrations of magnetite were found in the soil of
crop circles. Magnetite is magnetic iron; the form in which it is found in crop cirles is identical to meteorite dust. This is our first indication
towards the ionosphere. The second indication is the electrical charge of the vortex; the air in the ionosphere is electrically charged. This
electrical charge leaves traces in the soil.
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