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Fortunately, for those with an interest in knowing, there are specialists in this kind of thing, and they have delivered their findings over the past couple of weeks through various organizations and on international Web sites devoted to studying crop circles that pop up worldwide.
"We now have enough scientific evidence to conclude that this formation was not man-made," said Jeff Wilson, the Cincinnati, Ohio-based director of the Independent Crop Circle Research Association.
On Memorial Day weekend, Wilson, 38, led a team of volunteer researchers from around the country to the spot near Madisonville where the circles are, off Rocky Springs Road on land owned by the family of former Tennessee Sen. Estes Kefauver. Wilson's team took more than 1,500 samples from the site.
The nodes of the wheat were microscopically analyzed and found to show unnatural elongation, Wilson said. Furthermore, the stems of the wheat showed evidence of "expulsion cavities" usually not created by natural means but reproducible through the application of heat such as might be produced by microwaves.
The area within the circle also showed higher-than-average levels of radiation and electromagnetic activity. These characteristics have been noted in other plants where crop circles have been found, he added.
Originally posted by carewemust
Maybe all the crop circles are individual pieces to a puzzle? If you filter
out the human fakes and take the photos of the genuine ones over the
past xx years and put them together, a supercomputer analysis might
find a special message.