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Artworks or Alien signs?

Posted by shashi on June 10, 2006

Can you guess what it is? No, it is not a painting nor it is any designs. It is called as Crop Circles.

Crop circles are areas of cereal or similar crops that have been systematically flattened to form various geometric patterns. The first crop circle was appeared in England in 1970 and since then this phenomenon has gained a momentum and a lot of controversy. Most of the people speculate that these circles are man-made. There are some people who are professional in this arena and they create these kinds of circles just for an interest.

But still there is a place to say that these circles may be a work of aliens. First thing is that these circles appear over a night. If someone is looking after their crop and suddenly in the morning he observes that his crop is flattened and some huge signs are made in his field. This happens in over a night which might not be possible for human beings. Also, over a period, the structure of crop circle has been evolved from simple circles to intricate designs on very mass level. Some of these circles are spread over few hectors. They cover a very large area and there is no edge that’s jagged. There are certainly some points to speculate that it might be a work of an extraterrestrial life.

We can’t say anything firmly. Who knows who will ever know? Perhaps one day we'll find out, but until then we can only speculate and continue to speculate.

Here are some of the beutiful pictures of crop circles

I find this interesting article in the linguist library under space category.


One Response to “Artworks or Alien signs?”

  1. Tom Morris said

    Have a read of this:

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