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Crop circles
« on: 02/06/2005 15:06:02 »
I try to be a bit sceptical but some of those patterns are so big & elaborate, how could they have been made so quickly that no-one noticed? It must have taken dozens of people to complete them in a matter of a few hours.
And how were they done so precisely? I've seen people on TV claiming to be hoaxers who do them but they just walk round standing on pieces of wood to flatten the crops. I just can't see the feasibility of creating some of the larger, more complex designs just by doing that.
I'd be interested to hear your views.
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Re: Crop circles
« Reply #1 on: 02/06/2005 21:09:35 »
Ye I wondered that actually.... Perhaps they get like tractors or something and drag a bif piece of something behind it flattening everything but I dno. Or perhaps someone did one big fart!!! And lattened it all!! Or they could actually come from space ships but I doubt that!

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Re: Crop circles
« Reply #2 on: 03/06/2005 14:08:06 »
heh, I don't know whether it was supposed to be serious as I only saw the picture being referred to: but on TV this morning they showed a photo of a crop pattern in the shape of a giant pair of Y-fronts!

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