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Originally posted by BO XIAN
To me, Friend,
They look very much like old, discontinued central pivot sprinkling systems.
However, the concentric circles are too many and too close together for that, imho.
Yet, their size and placement near each other also looks like that.
Quite puzzling. Please U2U me if you ever get a definitive answer.
Originally posted by Grayelf2009
Looked like a intresting topic reading the headline. But then I see who the OP is. So is this another of your trick post or is this a real discussion about what the topic post indicates ?
I will read on now with a defenseive stature.
Originally posted by Aree Laxyn
Thank you Z for posting these fine photos
Very fascinating and i´m gonna keep an eye out from now on for this.
But i have 1 q ? Zorgon ?? are you John Lear ? just had a hunch about that?
Number three on Time Magazine’s Top 10 Google Earth Finds, is a “UFO landing pad” at a US-Army base near Thetford Forest in the UK, which Time has titled UFO Landing Pads, Maybe? Here’s what Time has to say about it:
“Here’s a true Google Earth mystery. These odd formations can be found on air bases in the U.S. and Britain — this one comes from a base outside of Norwich, England. The U.K. Ministry of Defense called it a motorcycle range, but other speculate it may be some sort of calibration tool for satellites. No one really knows — and the military isn’t saying anything
Originally posted by smashenator
The circles you see have been put in place on top of an old airstrip. They are made with a tractor, ploughed into the ground to trap water, helps stop erosion.. sorry to dismantle your thread.
I live in Alice Springs.
The Spiral rock carvings where used by the Aboriginal people to indicate there is a water hole close by.
Hope this clears things up for you all.