9735Re: [UFOnet] Re: Crop Circles.....
- Aug 31, 2001Hi Joe,
> Thanks for the reply, John,Well of course they work very quickly , and enter and leave via existing
> I don't reject the possibiity that that particular (or any other)
> formation could be man-made, but I find it difficult to accept. I
> would be convinced if a team could accurately reproduce it in similar
> conditions to the original, in the same timescale, without leaving
> traces (other than the video!).
farm machinery tracks.
>This is a viable possibility, if anI think you'll find that most of the farmers involved are happy to let this
> agreeable farmer could be found, funds for compensation be raised,
> and volunteers with similar views to yours to attempt the
> reproduction could be found.
happen , on the basis that visitors put a pound in a conveniently placed
bucket . The income far outways the value of the lost crops....but whether
anyone would come forward to give a "public" demonstration is another
> Out of interest, you may like to attempt to recreate the formation II wish I was talented enough to even give it a go.....I never was very good
> referred to on paper for yourself, I think you may find that the
> excercise will cause you to be less sure that they are all man-made.
> I expected it to be an easy task, but it wasn't, and that was a
> turning point in my outlook.
at trigonometry at school...couldn't even get my spyrograph to work properly
As I say , it's an art form...requiring special artistic ability , enhanced
no doubt by a few glasses of ale on a warm summers evening !
Of course people flaunting around in the middle of the formations professing
to "feel the force" simply adds to the mystique...perhaps they've had a few
ales too !
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