Circular arguments on crop circles

By Rebecca Priestley In Science

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3rd January, 2013
Question: I am fascinated by crop circles, which have been found not only in crops but also in forests in Siberia and on the ice in the Arctic. Please don’t tell me that these were made by “cranks with planks”. The complexity argues otherwise. What is your opinion? – Val Isherwood Answer:: Google search for crop circles yields millions of results, with elaborate patterns of circles, spirals, fractals and religious symbols shown flattened into fields of grain. Most of the images are on websites hosted by either crop-artists – people who make crop ...

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