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The circle is estimated to take up about an acre and the remaining crop may have to be destroyed.
Perhaps aliens got lost on the way to Area 51.
Or a CSUMB student came up with a creative capstone project.
An elaborate crop circle in a barley field about six miles southeast of Salinas appeared to have landed from out of nowhere Monday, when a YouTube video depicting its alleged discovery made its way onto the Internet...
...Crop circle researcher Nancy Talbott of the BLT Research Team in Cambridge, Mass. said that at first glance the Chualar circle appeared man-made.
"I looks very mechanical," she said. ". . . It doesn't look the way most of the genuine circles I've worked on look. That doesn't mean I'm right.
reply to post by Julie Washington
Unfortunately there is nothing in the video to show they didn't make the cropcircle first, then stage a car approach with some friends out in the field with strobes, then they pull over and start "documenting" the event,... on top of that, the circle itself looks a little crude by 2013 standards,... sorry...imo...
edit on 30-12-2013 by coastlinekid because: (no reason given)
I find the first video overly convenient.
because there are serious consequences to trespassing.
To do it and then spread it around the Internet would be pretty out there given the crime they would have committed.