Friday, August 29, 2008

What do you think about Crop circle?

Crop Circles
What do you think about Crop circle?
Can human technology do it over only one night?
I don't think so.
But the pattern art of it doesn't seems natural or UFO related work.
I think it is designed by human artist.
But how it can be done?
Let's have a creative guess.
Here I got some possible solutions of doing these master pieces with the criteria that it is huge with diameter over miles, and finished within few hours.
1. The first and most possible answer is : It is creation of our astronauts or NASA engineers privately.
Explanation: Artwork is projected with laser beam from satellite onto the crop farm ground and the pattern is formed. Laserbeam with intensity just enough to dryout the crop and lied down so a depth formed . This process can be done within minuets or even seconds. How to proof? The clue is the history of these crop circle were found. If the occurrence of crop circle is later than the first satellite launched, than what i am saying can be true.
2. If it is not from satellite, any airplane that project laser beam can do it if it can be done within seconds. Just like taking a photo, if the image projected can be formed instantly, this can be done on any plane that fly over the crop farm. Of course, the difficulty to do it on a plane can be high if the formation need more than several seconds.
Solutions by other can rarely fullfil the criterias.
What do you think?
From published information on the web, the history of crop circle is about 17 century, but more sophisticated crop circle start from 1970. and some crop circle appeared to be burnt and broken. These may support what I am saying. And some scientist found that some kind of radioactive or microwaved phenomenans shown. Therefore, this may proof my point.
From the web, The first artificial satellite was Sputnik 1, launched by the Soviet Union on 4 October 1957,wiki and Crop circles shot into prominence in the late 1970s as many circles began appearing throughout the English countryside. the modern crop circle phenomena, though some cases involve crops which were cut or burnt

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