posted on Nov, 22 2009 @ 06:00 AM
Originally posted by IrnBruFiend
The flawless mathematical precision and 3D images would suggest otherwise.
Considering that there is no way of measuring precisely a
crop circle, there is no real way we can talk about flawless
mathematical precision. But you should also remember that geometric precision is
easy to achieve and it is translated to mathematical precision.
Take a rope, stick one end of it to the ground and make a circle around that point. What do you get? A perfect circle (the geometric figure, not the
), that can be represented by a mathematical formula. How did you made it, through any flawless mathematical precision? No, just by using a
rope pinned to the ground on one end. And that can be easily applied to almost (if not all) shapes that appear in crop circles.
Did you ever thought about why the most common shape, besides the circle, is the hexagon? It's because it's the easiest to make using a compass (on
paper) or two sticks and a rope (on a field).
That is why it is a phenomenon.
No, it's a phenomenon because it happens, that's why some things are called unexplained phenomena. A
phenomenon is an event, just that.
You can never prove all Crop Circles are manmade because you will never find the non-existent people.
And you could never find
all the existent people either, only if they want to.
But that's the same reason why nobody can prove that crop circles are not man-made, because they cannot find and present the non-human source. Until
someone does that I am still thinking that all crop circles are man-made