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The Mind-Boggling Science of Crop Circles

The Mind-Boggling Science of Crop Circles

Crop Circles

Introduction to Crop Circles

Have you ever heard of Crop Circles? The idea of Crop Circles is usually associated with mysterious happenings, something obscure, perhaps even other-worldly. But behind these intricate shapes lies a science even more impressive than the circles themselves.

The History Behind Crop Circles

The first Crop Circles to be reported were circles located in the countryside of southern England in the late 70s. These circles caught attention earlier during the 1670s, according to a Political Discourse with Readings publication in 1686.

Although farmers have plowed the fields since the civilization’s inception, it wasn’t until the last two centuries that Circle formation began “as a phenomena during a time in which science has allowed for sustained methodologies to portray wide-scale phenomenon whether occurring naturally or produced from technology”.

The Science Behind Crop Circles

As dazzling as Crop Circles look, the underlying reason is something equally dazzling: ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY. Research carried out on Coombe Hill in 1993 discovered that the soil under a Crop Circle showed some form of Electromagnetic Energy Bursts. Josh Plsek, an avant-garde electromechanical engineer, came to recognize that all the physical powers used was likely to emanate from none other than Mother Nature on behalf of a psychological phenomenon germinating precisely in soil and temperature.

It has been observed that electromagnetic radiation hinders the growth of plants in contaminated soil. However, in the case of Crop Circles the circles are result of energy flashes, and can re-structure DNA strings contributing to their growth. This energy exchange affects how the crop grows and transforms the field in which it is present.

Evolution of Crop Circles

Crop circles which were predominantly circular in shape in the 70s and 80s became more complex geometric shapes by the 90s, similar to those seen more often today. Particularly complex designs lead many to believe aliens are creating Crop Circles, but little do they know 80% of crop circles are man-made staged to create controversy.

Crop Circles and Human Contexts

So, are Crop Circles real? Yes, absolutely! The basic phenomena occur most often in standing grain fields (wheat, barley, and corn) under the right atmospheric and geomagnetic conditions.

There have been cases where misinterpreting human-made hoax circles for actual experience. Meanwhile, evidences have indicated exceptional human-made hoax circles with clues to various symbolic logo types, scripts and pattern dimensions too.

The formations left behind are a striking marvel- whether results leading to natural, paranormal or human-made activities, crop circles relate to the optical indifferences within surrounds, being rather bestowed in lucid creativity; validating diversity itself as a more powerful force.

Conclusion

Crop Circles remain the most unsolved mystery in plant life present in the fields of our world—but they do remind us of the mind-bending nature of the universe we‘ve yet to explore. Every pattern or shape intricately designed is piece of art created with laws little comprehend, nourishing the intricate bonds the surrounds hold.

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