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« Thread started on: May 25th, 2015, 9:23pm »

I do not know about Wiltshire, UK, but Gray Tennessee is very rural.

The town has about 1,000 people, and is so out the way from anything.

So, if this crop circle in Gray, Tennessee was man made, it is not going to be seen by too many people. If man made, this person would probably want lots of people to look at it, which is not going to happen.

http://www.latest-ufo-sightings.net/2015/05/latest-crop-circles-2015-tennessee-uk.html



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« Reply #1 on: May 31st, 2015, 3:11pm »

News TV Channel 11, Johnson City, Tennessee, tried to prove Gray, Tennessee crop circle was man made.

Channel 11 failed to do so, finding not one foot print, nothing out of the ordinary.

Neighbors also found nothing out of the ordinary.


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« Reply #2 on: May 31st, 2015, 3:47pm »

Both fairly ordinary circles and manmade imo...though I have always thought all crop circles are probably man made going back to the first in the early 80's late 70's.
(there are reports of earlier ones in other countries also but they were called 'saucer nests', very simple swirled circles.., they ended with no further events.)
There was also one written about in a very old 'newspaper' from the 18th or 17th century..? But it could easily have been malicious damage from a local and not an actual 'crop circle'. There is no way to know.

Many circle makers have come forward over the years to show their art and craft and make them in front of witnesses ...there have even been several contests over the years. We know people have made many of them and that they can make very complex ones overnight. There are many that have not been claimed by various artists over the years but there is no reason to assume that space aliens are making them. The only aspect that remains intriguing are the so-called blown nodes in the bent stalks that a few researchers think are a result of microwave or some other type of energy signature. This has never been completely proven or verified as being caused by energy even though some will insist on this explanation. More studies are needed on that aspect.

But what I have asked for years is why space aliens or other 'travelers' would bother to make them in the first place? Some have suggested both as communication to us and signs or markers to their own kind. If they are trying to communicate they are doing a very bad job of it since we aren't getting the message and regarding themselves it is completely speculative how such a wide variety of circle art could convey any standard information.

Another point is that the vast majority have been done in England and in only one or two areas. At least the best ones have been there. They also increased in complexity over the years just as a human learning curve would predict.

The most likely answer is cunning and artistic humans who have far too much time on their hands....and not a lot of respect for damaged crops.

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« Reply #3 on: May 31st, 2015, 4:17pm »

on May 31st, 2015, 3:11pm, ghostofsilver wrote:
News TV Channel 11, Johnson City, Tennessee, tried to prove Gray, Tennessee crop circle was man made.

Channel 11 failed to do so, finding not one foot print, nothing out of the ordinary.

Neighbors also found nothing out of the ordinary.



Why should we believe a news crew and ordinary people are skilled in tracking in that type of terrain? How did they look and for how long?

Now if the whole area was surrounded by flat clear soil, sand or mud and there were no foot prints, tire tracks, etc. I'd give more credence to the claim.

I don't buy that someone won't do a crop circle in an out of the way area because a lot of people won't see it. It takes one report on the internet to advertise the work. Plus if it's a remote area it makes it easier to conceal it being made. I see no mystery there.
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« Reply #4 on: May 31st, 2015, 7:57pm »

Smart money says find the original source of the story, and you'll be pretty close to - if not looking at - the circle maker. One or two people removed, at most.
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« Reply #5 on: May 31st, 2015, 9:23pm »

Crop circles are signs for beings looking down from the sky.

Crop circles are not for people on the ground.
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