posted on Jul, 17 2010 @ 02:08 PM
reply to post by seanizle
Seems a lot of effort would be required seeing how big it is...Is the corn missing or just bent over?
Does the farmer incur a loss? Is the crop/corn damaged?
Why has no one applied the science of forensics to this?
Even with boards you will leave easily identifiable forensic evidence that it was done by boards.
This evidence will be on the board and but also on the corn or wheat or whatever.
Pushing the corn down will leave marks on the corn and signs of pressure from a particular direction.Also in wet ground other impressions would be
left as well.
Quite a few criminals have been caught with a lot less evidence.
These corn circles should have have abundant evidence that it was done using a board and it was done manually...
So question why has no one sitting at their computers thought of applying forensics to this?