posted on Aug, 9 2011 @ 07:44 AM
Occams Razor should at least make you question yourself as to believing crop cirlces are anything other than man-made. So advanced races use their
technology to communicate with us by leaving cryptic messages in corn fields...really?
Here's an excerpt from Wiki about crop circle creators, and it backs up exactly what I think they are, nothing but beautiful pieces of art: Also note
that aeronautics and astronautics graduate students from MIT were involved in creating some, and not hillbillys with planks as it's so often
Art and business
Since the early 1990s the UK arts collective founded by artists Rod Dickinson and John Lundberg (and subsequently includes artists Wil Russell and Rob
Irving), named the Circlemakers, have been creating some crop circles in the UK and around the world both as part of their art practice and for
On the night of July 11–12, 1992, a crop-circle making competition, for a prize of several thousand UK pounds (partly funded by the Arthur Koestler
Foundation), was held in Berkshire. The winning entry was produced by three Westland Helicopters engineers, using rope, PVC pipe, a trestle and a
ladder. Another competitor used a small garden roller, a plank and some rope.
In 2002, Discovery Channel commissioned five aeronautics and astronautics graduate students from MIT to create crop circles of their own, aiming to
duplicate some of the features claimed to distinguish "real" crop circles from the known fakes such as those created by Bower and Chorley. The
creation of the circle was recorded and used in the Discovery Channel documentary Crop Circles: Mysteries in the Fields.[