High-resolution details of the 8-bit ASCII code at Piedmont on May 28,
2017: they look a bit messy for E.T.!
Here we can
see some high-resolution details of a new crop picture made on May 28,
2017 by Francesco Grassi and a team of two dozen assistants, next to a
farmhouse on land for which the farmer had been contracted. These
details come from aerial photographs taken by Valeria Zanola Margherita
and Silvio Siriotto on May 31, just three days later. The crop picture
had not been opened to public inspection by then, and there was no storm
of wind or rain, so the images which we will study below probably are
relevant to May 28 when it was made.
ASCII code from this new crop picture reads rather trivially as
“This is not a circlE!”. Those human artists also added a
second “dot” or “no dot” binary code, along each side of the major one,
which is coded by “standing triangles” or “flattened triangles”. That
second “dot” code does not read trivially in ASCII, yet resembles what
those same human crop artists drew in another picture near Poirino
during June of 2014.
In this new
crop picture from May of 2017, a series of “standing triangles” or
“flattened triangles” represent “binary 1” or “binary 0” respectively,
within a 17-letter coded message of “This is not a circlE!”. They
look fine from a distance, but when studied closely at high-resolution,
most of these binary-code “triangles” seem messy and irregular in
details would be the hardest things for a team of human plankers to get
right. They are also what helps to distinguish a real, paranormally-made
crop picture (such as near Torino Airport on June 23, 2015, in field for
which the farmer was not paid), from a human-made work of field art as
is there but the details?”
my former boss in Cambridge would often say, when assessing the value of
one scientific theory versus another.
(Dr. Horace R. Drew)