--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "authfriend" <authfriend@...> wrote: > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "salyavin808" <fintlewoodlewix@> wrote: > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "authfriend" <authfriend@> wrote: > > > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Xenophaneros Anartaxius" > > > <anartaxius@> wrote: > > > (snip) > > > > Crop circles and aliens is difficult to believe for a number > > > > of reasons. Why would an alien civilisation try to make their > > > > presence known in such an ambiguous inept manner? Crop circles > > > > can be made using rope, wooden stakes, and wooden planks. This > > > > has been demonstrated many, many times. > > > > > > I don't believe anybody argues crop circles can't be made > > > by humans, actually. > > > > > > I don't buy the aliens explanation either. But the more you > > > read about crop circles, the less likely it seems that humans > > > could have made *all* of them, given the time constraints and > > > how extraordinarily elaborate many of them are. > > > > Not humans. Not aliens. Hedgehogs? > > > > > I have no explanation, myself. But the rope-and-stakes-and- > > > planks notion doesn't really do the trick. > > > > It's true. Some of them use those plastic garden rollers. > > You laugh, but in between the nitwit New Agers and the hard > skeptics is a layer of scientifically minded investigators > who are genuinely puzzled by the weirder aspects of the > phenomenon (and some of them are *very* weird). > > And no, plastic garden rollers doesn't do the trick either. > There really is more to it than you think, including > extremely odd effects on the crop plants that aren't found > in circles known to have been human-made.
Or someone has a battery powered microwave oven inside the garden roller. Or the army are testing sonic weapons. Eliminate the impossible and whatever is left, however unlikely, must be the truth.