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Originally posted by CLPrime
reply to post by Scout...
People are discounting this being manmade because of the lack of tracks or a path leading up to the formation. It seems to me that such a path exists...at the base of the mountains.
Just making sure I'm not hallucinating.
Originally posted by Char-Lee
Originally posted by Screwed
Sorry, I just had to laugh when the mental giants here suggested it was a steamroller.
I thought it was an inside joke at first so I read thru the entire thread and found.......they were serious.!!!!
Thanks for the laugh guys.
No having lived next to a salt flat I can tell you that if you push down even walking you break through and leave a print a couple inches deep (i am sure there are different kids though) ...although here the third picture down you can see someone drove across the circle and did not sink in the material not compressed.
You can clearly see evenly spaced rows of some kind of track on the circle. I think the round parts of the circle have a darker line simply because of the pressure during the tight turn.
here is another picture included at the bottom closeup of the edge
the thing we need is Google earth for this site because whatever was done would have to show a clear truck path to the circle there would be no way to accomplish this unless there is a connecting track.edit on 20-8-2011 by Char-Lee because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by billiam
I think the steam roller idea is pretty plausible. I dont think it was aliens.
Unless these aliens were of the "Jerky Boys" variety. Honestly, what reason would aliens have for making pretty designs in crops and, now, sand?
These so-called signals or signs arent even permanent so they cant really be for their own reference, can it? (for global positioning purposes?)
if they are trying to say something they ought to be a whole lot more direct and quit beating around the bush, or theyre man-made.
And we all know that most (probably all) crop circles are man-made.
Why should we assume this is any different?
Originally posted by Jim Scott
No tread track marks.
Exact cuts on edges. No dirt piles on sides.
Exact uniform depth.
I suggest not humanly done.