The “skeptics” believe that all crop circles, including many finely detailed examples (with features drawn accurately to 1 centimetre), were made by pressing down field plants with a 1-meter-long board! An easily falsified theory, but how were such amazing details really constructed?  

The “skeptics” seem to believe that all crop circles have been made by pressing down field plants with a 1-meter-long board (see Real-culprit-behind-crop-circles-Skeptics-point or rural affairs or Crop-circles-demystified-how-the-patterns-are-created or crop_circles_a_not-so-convincing_case or CICAP). This theory may be easily falsified, based on the observational facts (see below)Those skeptics have generalized incorrectly from “some” crop circles to “all” crop circles, without any justification for doing so. One might as well theorize that a kindergarten student made the artworks of Pissarro or Monet!  

For example, a slide below shows three complex crop pictures which appeared during the summers of 1999 or 2009. Each crop picture included hundreds of different “basket weaves” or “woven strands”:   

None of these three crop pictures could have been made by pressing down field plants with a “long board”. That particular tool (of size 1 meter) does not have the spatial resolution, to create many detailed features with a scale and accuracy close to 1 centimeter. 

While it might be possible for a local person to create a few of those delicate, small-scale features “by hand”, there were far too many of them, drawn in precisely the correct locations across distances of 50 to 100 meters in their respective fields, to be made “manually”.   

How were such amazing field details really constructed? It remains a great mystery today in 2016. If no one sees such complex crop pictures being made, if they appear silently in a brief period of time, and if no humans on Earth have the tools or abilities to make them, what would you say? Perhaps they are being made by highly-skilled artists from another space or time, who are more advanced technically than ourselves? Here we might consider other species from a distant star, yet we might also consider other humans from our own future, or from a parallel universe.  

Red Collie (Dr. Horace R. Drew, Caltech 1976-81, MRC LMB Cambridge 1982-86, CSIRO Australia 1987-2010)


Mark Fussell & Stuart Dike

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