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is that really your explanation for the complex patterns?
What's an "whatever"? I think people did it. All of it. [edit on 5/26/2010 by Phage]
Originally posted by alienreality
Glad to see serious investigative work being done, and good job providing cold hard documentative information!
I have always been interested in the mechanics of how these plants were being affected with energy in the genuine cases, but have focused more on the isotopes of rare earth metals being found in what would be considered impossible quantities at these locations.. very interesting to hear reputable scientists discuss how to get these rare isotopes of rare earths in a laboratory would take many months or years using the best cyclotrons to get these quantities that have been found in many formations...
[edit on 26-5-2010 by alienreality]
Originally posted by samkent
DB340 we don’t go around drawing pretty pictures on Mars.
Pretty CCs ET is messing with us. akamai.mickeys.co.za...
Dumb idea 1.
ET drawing pretty pictures in crops .
Dumb idea 2.
Mother nature (nodes, radiation, under ground anomalies) drawing pretty pictures in crops. Never the same picture in the same field twice.
Dumb idea 3.
Black Opps. Lets demo our secret tech by flattening crops with pretty pictures for the last 30 years. Surrender you Taliban or we’ll draw pretty pictures in your poppy fields!
Originally posted by IconoclasticTalamasca
How about the "ghost" circles...patterns reappearing after the ground has been plowed?
It sounds slightly embarrassing, but I have had a UFO sighting while making circles in Wiltshire.
"It was a classic UFO sighting"
It was a black cigar shape with very fast strobing lights. It appeared on the horizon and slowly arced over us, completely silent. It was a classic UFO sighting in that we didn't know what it was.
I've seen balls of cracking light at the edge of the field, which is slightly unnerving. But what I see most often is flashes of light, as if someone's holding a flashbulb in front of my eyes.
Twice this has happened while we've had journalists with us. One, from The Face, was very sceptical of that side of it. About halfway through making the formation, he came rushing up to me shouting: 'Did you see that flash of light?' He's a believer now."