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Originally posted by kongfuzi
IR film is very expensive and hard to maintain.
One of many possible theories out there, this is mine, that could crop formations be "Tests" of a orbital weapons platform/satellite or something similar. Maybe a low power laser or microwave beam being used to make these crop formations? Some high technology that we know nothing about being tested in a benign area? Sounds a bit more plausible than aliens.
Originally posted by essj420
one blinking light does not mean ufo
Originally posted by ahamarlin
The fact that people in England make a living of the crop circle phenomena keeps me sceptic.
Organisations like Sacred Britain Tours are offering group tours including helicopter flights over the fields during summertime. Looking at the prices they ask, its big business. Same for books and DVDs.
Want the truth? Follow the money....
On the other hand, strange phenomena happen everywhere, why not in Englands wheat fields!
Originally posted by Blaine91555
reply to post by ArMaP
I count seven people in that footage. One with a flashlight that knows where the camera is.
Congrats on unknowingly proving the circle is a fake.
Everyone needs to put your thinking caps on and watch the film again. Remember in that kind of footage the dark shapes are just people in the field.
In the one at the side of the field the person with the flashlight even shows us the light trail from the flashlight as they purposefully point it at the camera.
I'm betting the hoaxers are represented on this thread
Originally posted by ALLis0NE
The wocen crop circle has already been discussed and debunked on this thread: