What the hell are the BBC doing giving these people airtime?
anyone can see that crop circles appear because theyre built
by men at night. Not little green men. And the health and
hormone properties of them just beggar belief.
thing about wheat stalks being changed from the inside is
just amazingly bannal.
It doesn't take a brain surgeon to work out that if you flatten
a crop, and the sun shines the next day, then theres going
to be some grwoth on the stalks, in the direction of the sun...this
would explain why theire bent. Simple. Why does there have
to be an alien explanation for these things, when there are
so many people faking it?
level of serious reserach definitiely says that crop circles
are a phenomonon that are not man made??
thought the bit at the end of the programme was cruel though.
there's no need to take the mickey out of crop circle 'researchers'
when they do it so well themselbves just by being so serious
about such a silly subject. grow up BBC and do something which
warrants proper investiagtion.
Answer: It's interesting to see different people's reactions
to things they don't necessarily understand or haven't witnessed
course, like you say, Occams Razor principle would tend to
imply that the origin of crop circles is the simplest explanation,
i.e. human pranksters.
other then formations specifically commissioned for advertising
purposes or TV programs, not a single hoaxer has ever been
caught, in over 20 years of crop circles appearing. Plus,
when attempting to reproduce elaborate crop circle designs,
no hoaxer has successfully reproduced the accuracy, geometry
and mathematical perfection of the original design.
is not even taking into account the many documented reports
of scientifically measurable anomalies which have occurred
inside crop formations - such as cameras failing, new or fully
charged batteries going flat within seconds, high electromagnetic
fluctuations, in the order of 200-300% increase from the background
thing you mention about crop stalks growing back up towards
the light is called phototropism and is indeed correct. However,
this is not the effect we are referring to when we have measured
cellular and biological changed in crop formations. Again,
I refer you to the work of the BLT Research Team Inc., which
I mentioned in my first reply (above).
fully agree with your final paragraph though. Sadly the media
seem all too eager to interview the first 'New Age weirdo'
who proclaims themselves a crop circle 'researcher'.
quicker we can shed this biased image, the
better for serious research and continued scientific investigation.