posted on May, 20 2010 @ 12:00 PM
reply to post by The Parallelogram
I'm in the US, in the corn and soybean (and pig, and rust) belt. We have not had crop circles around here at all. There are very few that I've
ever seen made in the US (I'll admit to never looking, but would expect them to make the news at least on Fox). The US seems visited by aliens much
less intelligent. For decades, they have mined our redneck's @$$s for some kind of treasure. How many times it is going to take before they
figure out mankind does not store any wisdom, treasure or beauty there? I think I would have stopped at twice.
Back to crop circles. OP, they are not perfect, and never have been. Grasses are easily bent, not broken when the grass is gradually bent, like
happens with the method the people who make them use. They do not just go out and freehand them, they go through a lot of planning. All reports of
"anomolies" have not been repeatable.
Most important, how can anyone but the planners know what the design was supposed to look like? Probably the people who make them stop when they
start going askew, to maintain "perfection". Like Parallelogram, I apply Occam's razor. They are all man-made.