2000 Chilbolton:
Communication Device or New Model of The Nucleus
Earlier this year, I viewed a lecture by Nassim
Haramein on YouTube, in which he briefly discussed
the Arecibo Reply and the 2000 Chilbolton formation.
I would soon learn that there were a total of 3
formations spread out over 3 years. But mostly I was
fascinated with the 2000 circle. I started to work
trying to decipher the message. Most of my efforts
have been focused on the 2000 glyph (which seemed to
be at the heart of the entire series), and that is
what I will, mostly, be covering here.
Unfortunately, all I have is a very close
approximation, because the material needed to
produce an exact replica, does not exist. 
Main Glyph
I'm offering this info for anyone who might want to
render this on their own. I accept the risk of being
super boring. While working out the geometry I
decided to use a diameter of 2789.52px, as this was
the diameter communicated in the Arecibo Response of
2001. This may have been a mistake, which I will
explain a bit later in the analysis. Computing the
diameters of the overlapping circles, is not too
difficult, but there are some differences. It helps
to further break down the glyph into 3 systems.
X, A, B, I, II, III (Center)
The center element is unique.
Think of it as a guide for computing the rest of the
formation. Starting from the outermost circle, the
diameter here is 2789.52, which we'll call X. Then
there is circle A, which is slightly smaller than X
and can be approximated as 2789.52 * 25/26
(2682.23). When you subtract A from X you get
approximately 107. This is important because all
other circles with borders, the diameter of the
border circle is always calculated by adding 107 to
the diameter of the circle being bordered (I hope
that's clear). Circles I,II are computed using sin
of 48 degrees. Which also, is important, because
with the exception of the center element, all
circles are tilted approximately 48 degrees. The
diameter of III is simply the square of the cubic
root of X. And finally, there are two B circles that
are 180 degrees from each other, and their diameters
can be approximated as A/1.732 (or the square root
of 3). Now, the B circles are bordered, and those
diameters are 107 + A/1.732.
C&D (Green)
C = B/sqrt(2)
D = C/sqrt(2)
E&F (Yellow)
E = D/sqrt(3)
F = E/sqrt(3)
Sprites
The sprites are clearly not part
of the overall geometry, they are their own thing.
Each sprite is always composed of 3 circles
decreasing in size as they move outward. Also, the
first and largest circle, is always centered with
respect to a local element of the main glyph. When
mapping them, I noticed there were two sets on
either side of the crop circle that were different
from the others. While all other groups generally
point to the opposite side, these two pointed out
and away from the crop circle. Around the time I was
analyzing the sprites, I had already began to wonder
if a "literal" message was being encoded. But, I had
no idea yet how to read. However, outing these two
groups of sprites as possible "delimiters" was the
start to deciphering that message.
Other Thoughts
When I had just started working
on this, I could not help but notice the
fractallike appearance of the main glyph.
Attempting to describe it in an equation, I first
formulated x^2  3x + 4 initially. But I have found
that it more closely matches what is called a
Tribonacci Sequence (1,1,2,4,7,13,24...), of which
there are 4 processes (the 4 lobes of the main
glyph).

The Chilbolton Code
Back to the sprites. So at some point, I noticed
that if I drew lines from the "eyes" present in
circle types B & D, I could draw through a sprite
set. In fact, I could draw a line through 3 sprite
sets, and the lines drawn would be equally spaced
(nice and neat) AHHA! I could see the sprites as a
base3 code, where each set encoded 1 digit between
0 and 2. If you start from the delimiters and read
away from it, you can generate a string of these
digits. The first one I did was the lower left
quadrant which was 0112222 (actually at the time, it
was something else, there were a number of errors
when I first attempted this, but I think they're
fixed now), and in base10 that number is 404. Now
you'll notice that not all sprites are the same,
there are three different sizes for the first and
largest circle. The way I have interpreted this, is
that number or series of numbers are not "whole". So
with this, ultimately, the numbers pulled out, in
base10 were:
2.26
724.2
0.149
404
I later found that if the numbers were seen on a
scale of nanometers, they could be describing
physical properties. 404nm and 724.2nm are
wavelengths in the visible spectrum, and represent
violet and red, respectively. On a hunch I went
looking for atomic diameters around 0.149nm (or
radii of about 0.075nm) and found it to be between
the elements Carbon and Nitrogen.
So now, it appears an atomic element is being
described here. And that element is something like
Carbon or Nitrogen. I would Love to know what the
lower and upper spectral lines of say Carbon14 is,
but I have not been able to find that information
anywhere. I think that other clues here like 48 is
referring to the 6 protons and 8 neutrons of C14. In
addition, the 2789.52", supposed, diameter of the
alien communication device, happens to be almost
exactly half of the C14 halflife (5580years).
Although that halflife has been revised since the
2000 crop circle appeared.
But then the question was, how could this be
anything to do with an atom, aren't atoms spherical?
The atomic nucleus: Fissile liquid or molecule of
life?  ScienceDaily In 2012, a French
team proposed a theoretical nucleus for Neon20.
They also produced an image, that showed it's shape,
along with a color function to indicate proton
distribution (+ charge) and it looked like this:
And wouldn't you know it, it's a beautiful fit for
our suspected Carbon14!
Now, there is still a problem with that 2.26 number
up there. I can't find a home for it. My best
guess is that it's a reference to electron sub
shell capacities.. but for that to be correct the
sequence should be more like 2,2,6, and it's not.
So, maybe someone can come along and clarify that
one.
Conclusion
If we can conclude that the 2000
Chilbolton formation is communicating an advanced
understanding of the Carbon14 nucleus, it would be
difficult to credit it's construction to pranksters.
The fact that research, 12 years after the fact,
seems to agree with the layout of the main glyph, is
compelling. But too many questions remain to
conclude whether or not this is alien in origin.
All I have left to say to you now is, I hope that
this was informative.
And
Live Long and Prosper ;)
Michael F. Gray of Las Vegas, NV. 
