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Originally posted by Quest
This is just proof of what i've known all along...that the Japanese are aliens.
But seriously...dare i suggest that crop circles are human made art? I've personally made a few circles myself when i was a bored teenager, i don't get the alien connection.
Originally posted by Sinobyte
Here's what's really funny about crop circles..."researchers" come up with all of this reasoning and research on how some crop circles cannot simply be chalked up as man made because of such and such anomalies but how are they different from the "researchers" that claimed that there was certain facts and evidence regarding the infamous "Baby Dragon in a Jar" that absolutely ruled it out as a hoax?
Guess what? The "Baby Dragon in a Jar" was a hoax. People are always going to find evidence that "simply cannot be disputed" or "simply cannot be man made" when it comes to something they truly want to believe in. If you want to believe in a Baby Dragon in a jar you'll find incontrovertible "facts" to back it up. If you want to believe crop circles are made by aliens, you'll find incontrovertible "evidence" that point to aliens.
[edit on 7/22/2004 by Sinobyte]
We teamed up with New York artists surface2air to create a 200ft cereal portrait of her in a wheat field at Yatesbury in Wiltshire.
Originally posted by cavscout
To celebrate Hello Kitty's 30th anniversary Sanrio the company behind the cat asked artists and designers from all over the world to create artworks to celebrate her birthday. They will be shown at an exhibition called "Kitty Ex" to be held in Japan later this year (2004). We teamed up with New York artists surface2air to create a 200ft cereal portrait of her in a wheat field at Yatesbury in Wiltshire. -from the link provided.