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posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 01:01 PM
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Well you will have to give me the $2 million up front,
That's just the way business goes capiche?




posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 01:03 PM
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Originally posted by ceetee
disclosure, a concept originally pushed hard by Steven Greer. We don't need to go into that now do we?


as much as it disappoints me to say, i will more or less stake my life on the fact that there will be no disclosure of any sort at the end of this year. After exhaustively looking into this for the last few years i've been convinced, unconvinced, stressed, excited and disappointed.

I will say one thing though, for the last 3 yrs on this site and others, there have been clear predictions about:

global financial disaster
the weather going crazy
natural phenomenon/disaster increasing
war in the middle east, leading to ww3

now. without citing those actual posts/claims, I'm alarmed at how much of that has actually happened. Only the mainstream has ignored the original claims. I find that quite alarming, but i've been on these trips before and they've lead to nothing, so i don't dwell on their accuracy. I've closed my site and try and distance myself from these things for my own sanity.

You can seriously send yourself mental with this stuff.


Crop circle exploration is a great distraction. You can get some exercise,

Talk with the farmers, and maybe get lucky and see a few bright spheres floating around.

The countryside is beautiful.



posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 01:03 PM
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What if these crops circle are to navigate? like in the movie signs?



posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 01:05 PM
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Originally posted by SpaceMonkeys
reply to post by Eurisko2012
 


Well you will have to give me the $2 million up front,
That's just the way business goes capiche?


Be honest. Let say i gave you $5 Million.

You hired your helpers. You gave them a photo and the required dimensions.

You showed them the weaving pattern of the wheat.

How long would it take you to make an exact copy of this crop circle?

Give me your best honest guess.
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Here is the weaving pattern.

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posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 01:08 PM
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Originally posted by Kuroodo
What if these crops circle are to navigate? like in the movie signs?


No, they are just puzzles and demonstrations of advanced technology.

It took us a long time to figure out the one that turned out to be a fractal

representation of Pi.

3.14159........



posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 01:27 PM
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Originally posted by Eurisko2012

Originally posted by SpaceMonkeys
reply to post by Eurisko2012
 


Well you will have to give me the $2 million up front,
That's just the way business goes capiche?


Be honest. Let say i gave you $5 Million.

You hired your helpers. You gave them a photo and the required dimensions.

You showed them the weaving pattern of the wheat.

How long would it take you to make an exact copy of this crop circle?

Give me your best honest guess.
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Here is the weaving pattern.

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Take a closer look at the "weaving pattern".
They're not weaved, they are laid over one another.
A section of corn is flattened, another section adjacent to it is laid over it, another section adjacent to that is laid onto that. Looks very simple.



posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 01:30 PM
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Okay, great. That makes it easier i guess.

So , what is your best honest guess if i let you make it during the day.

Go ahead and start at 8 AM.




posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 01:35 PM
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I've no idea because I have never made one.
But either way it has no bearing on whether organised teams who have been doing it for years could do it.
It's like asking me how long it would take me to wallpaper my living room in comparison to how long it would take a hired professional.



posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 01:49 PM
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Originally posted by SpaceMonkeys
reply to post by Eurisko2012
 


I've no idea because I have never made one.
But either way it has no bearing on whether organised teams who have been doing it for years could do it.
It's like asking me how long it would take me to wallpaper my living room in comparison to how long it would take a hired professional.



Well, i think it truly does merit discussion. Be honest, go to the Crop Circle Connector

link and look at all of the photos. Look how close the farmers house is.


It's right next door.


Is it plausible that a group of hoaxers could go there and build this magnificent crop circle

with no mistakes in just 1 night wearing night vision goggles?

I think it is impossible.

If i gave David Copperfield $5 Million , he would say " sorry, it can't be done."

Even if i let you start at 8 AM, it still couldn't be done in 1 day.

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I think the Grays made this Cube Crop Circle at 5 AM in about 4 minutes.



posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 01:55 PM
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Originally posted by Eurisko2012

Originally posted by SpaceMonkeys
reply to post by Eurisko2012
 


I've no idea because I have never made one.
But either way it has no bearing on whether organised teams who have been doing it for years could do it.
It's like asking me how long it would take me to wallpaper my living room in comparison to how long it would take a hired professional.



Well, i think it truly does merit discussion. Be honest, go to the Crop Circle Connector

link and look at all of the photos. Look how close the farmers house is.


It's right next door.


Is it plausible that a group of hoaxers could go there and build this magnificent crop circle

with no mistakes in just 1 night wearing night vision goggles?

I think it is impossible.

If i gave David Copperfield $5 Million , he would say " sorry, it can't be done."

Even if i let you start at 8 AM, it still couldn't be done in 1 day.

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I think the Grays made this Cube Crop Circle at 5 AM in about 4 minutes.


David Copperfield is an illusionist. What the hell would he have over anyone else, other than maybe being able to make you think he did something when he didnt?


We've just got to face the fact that while we cannot absolutely prove that humans have created all crop circles. the alien believers also cannot prove that aliens created a single one. It all becomes he said she said and a matter of opinion.



posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 02:04 PM
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Originally posted by morningeagle
i believe some are man made and some are not. It's definitely possible that this one is man made, but I tend to believe that this one is genuine in other worldly (or other dimensionally) creation.

The ones that are not man made carry messages for sure, even if only some of us care to look and decode.


The crop circle that was a fractal representation of Pi took us a long time to figure out.




We decoded the - We Oppose Deception - right away.

Apparently, our binary capability is better than our fractal observations.


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posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 02:06 PM
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Hold on. David Copperfield has a floating sofa that works.


He also has a magic table that dances around.

He uses gravity wave generators that are directed 180 degrees out of phase with the

Earths gravity field. That will do the trick no problem.


The 2 guys are critical. The weight must be right to - hover -.

They are plants put in the audience.

Watch the assistant walk in to lift the sofa with David.

This technology would help you hover but it would still be very hard to get the

pattern perfect on the wheat field.
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posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 02:09 PM
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A skilled burglar could rob a house with people sleeping in it and not disturb them.
A skilled pick pocket could steal someones wallet without them realising.
Perhaps they do use night vision, I dont know.
I do think flying saucers started the whole crop circle craze, by simply landing in a crop field. thats how it started, witnesses seeing a flying saucer land in a field, when it flew off it left an indent in the crops, a crop circle.
Then people started making their own circles as a hoax, then people started making more and more complicated ones with intricate patterns, its become an artform like graffiti art, people making them in the dead of night, the adrenaline rush, must be quite a thrill, an addiction.
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posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 02:22 PM
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Originally posted by SpaceMonkeys
reply to post by Eurisko2012
 


A skilled burglar could rob a house with people sleeping in it and not disturb them.
A skilled pick pocket could steal someones wallet without them realising.
Perhaps they do use night vision, I dont know.
I do think flying saucers started the whole crop circle craze, by simply landing in a crop field. thats how it started, witnesses seeing a flying saucer land in a field, when it flew off it left an indent in the crops, a crop circle.
Then people started making their own circles as a hoax, then people started making more and more complicated ones with intricate patterns, its become an artform like graffiti art, people making them in the dead of night, the adrenaline rush, must be quite a thrill, an addiction.
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Again, try to stay on topic. This thread is about this magnificent huge crop circle

made next door to the farmers house right there.


This could not be made by man in 1 night.

It is razor sharp and incredibly hard to make a copy.

I give this one an A+.



posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 02:31 PM
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I'm talking about crop circles, how is that not staying on topic?
I'd give it an A+ too, its a magnificent piece of artwork and they must be very talented.
Is it flawless? No.
It's not perfect and it would have been cooler if the wheat was actually weaved but they had to hurry.



posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 02:40 PM
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Originally posted by SpaceMonkeys
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I'm talking about crop circles, how is that not staying on topic?
I'd give it an A+ too, its a magnificent piece of artwork and they must be very talented.
Is it flawless? No.
It's not perfect and it would have been cooler if the wheat was actually weaved but they had to hurry.


This one is also an A+.





posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 02:43 PM
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Can't have a crop circle post without mentioning the 'mowing devil'

In 1678 in Hertfordshire the ‘mowing devil’ crop circle was recorded on a wood carving.
Doubt Bill and Bob were around with wooden planks then.

Seriously though, the weave is not that complicated, a few members have posted youtube videos of hoaxers creating extremely complicated affairs, the perplexing part is which came first the imitation or the real deal.
I would suggest that a prefabricated cut-out could have been used to stamp the pattern in the OP's original circle image.



posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 02:49 PM
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Meh I'd give it a B+/A for difficulty, It doesnt look as difficult as the cube.
Put a post in the centre attached to a long rope as a guide.



posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 02:54 PM
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Originally posted by Eurisko2012
Be honest. Let say i gave you $5 Million.

You hired your helpers. You gave them a photo and the required dimensions.

You showed them the weaving pattern of the wheat.

How long would it take you to make an exact copy of this crop circle?

Give me your best honest guess.

Here is the weaving pattern.


Now this is an interesting perspective on things, not so much the weave because as pointed out that could be layered after the flattening but for a completely different reason, the centre. Most patterns always flatten the centre because that area is critical in creating a perfect circle - from the overhead view and comparing the scale to this image I see very little evidence of centre flattening - that would have made it extremely difficult to hoax. Hmm any more close up images we can examine ?

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posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 03:04 PM
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Yes, just go to the Crop Circle Connector.com link on the first page.

Most are in the UK, however Italy had a real good one last month.


The weaving looks hard to me.





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