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I'd say regardless of manufacture by ET or mankind, the circles have a message. Whoever it is might be trying to warn us. One scenario could be that it is a rogue scientist or astronomer or some mysterious group. That really doesn't matter. What matters is that there appears to be a message. Instead of squabbling about who or what made it and calling it a hoax,
Originally posted by munkey66
for those who think crop circles are hard to create, take a close look at the 3rd picture where the farmer is destroying the crop circle.
Look how big the tractor is and how there looks like very little damage to any crops leading in or out of the crop circle.
If a tractor can get into the area only by following the tracks leaving no damage at all, how hard do you think it would be for people to walk in leaving no trails or tell tail signs?
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by prevenge
They don't drive all over their crops. They follow the same tracks each time they drive through the field. I think the point is that anyone can walk in on the existing tracks the same way a tractor does, thus not leaving evidence of their coming and going in order to make a circle.
[edit on 7/31/2009 by Phage]
On July 14, 2009, Yorkshire engineer Winston Keech set up infrared cameras on a pole overlooking East Field and was able to capture unexplained flashes of light, followed by two large dark spots that moved around in the wheat. At the time these images were recorded there was no sign of a crop circle formation, yet after the sun rose, an unusual 'basket weave' pattern with two arcs extending from it was spotted in the field. For more, including video footage, see Linda's full
But Gill and I had no computer to see cropcircleconnector.com aerial images such as the one above by professional aerial photographer and crop formation researcher, Lucy Pringle. In fact, after we found other confused people trying to find the new Ogbourne crop formation without success, we finally encountered some Norwegians who parked and yelled, “Follow us!”
And we took off along a ridgeway – for two miles - before we even came to a place where we could see the amazing pattern down below us, but still very far away.
Gill Nicholas holding up top layer of wheat to expose the cross-hatched layers below, in this case we counted five layers deep. In other places I found as many as seven layers deep.
Originally posted by mars1
reply to post by TeslaandLyne
What are you no about i seem to be lost in what you are trying to say or is it just me