Arial view shows curious people visiting a mysterious crop circle of which the origin is unknown in a cornfield in Corcelles-pres-de-Payerne, Switzerland, Saturday,July 7, 2007Otherworldly crop circles may not have been caused by aliens after all. Instead, think physics: A study in Physics World points to the possibility that the patterns could be caused by Earth-bound microwaves, lasers, and GPS. Otherworldly crop circles may not have been caused by aliens after all. Instead, think physics: A study in Physics World points to the possibility that the patterns could be caused by Earth-bound microwaves, lasers, and GPS.
They now are trying to state GPS microvaves and lasers from the planet are creating the crops circles. Other research states they can take you from the ground-up. What is your thoughts on Crop Circles. Think they are coming from the earth. One study has validated that when the patterns are made as in a hoax they are no where as neat and uniform as the others. The geometrical designs have become complex. People state that they feel energy coming from these designs. Also they can validate a higher radiation trace. Plus the know wrist watches, cell phones, and other electronic devices quit working when entering into the the design. Do you think this explains all or do you think ETS are responsible? Thoughts?
Well it certainly explains some crop circles. However they've never really had a problem explaining some.
I remember reading an article about one that showed up on earth the day that the Shoemaker Comet hit Jupiter and left an impression on Jupiter. The shapes were identical on both planets, however the scale was obviously smaller on Earth.
I'm pretty sure that crop circles isn't the red hand to the exposure of alien life visiting Earth. Some of the best evidence comes from pilots, ex-military, and ex-astronauts under the Disclosure Project.
Really, I don't know where they come from. Some shit just happens and you don't know why. *shrugs*
Carry on. I'll stop making fun of it.
Nah by all means. I think it is an interesting subject and we both know that at least one drunk farmer did make a crop circle. But there seems to be a lot of factors here and combinations of reasons. The interesting part is they all work to make crop circles.
The primarily interesting aspect of this is their mathematical proportions - they are perfect for the most part. We as a society have only mastered that in very tiny spaces, like using lasers or water to slice metal down to the micron.