Balls of Light above Crop Circles Jun 30, 2017 19:55:11 GMT Mad Scientist, DarkHeart, and 2 more like this
Post by brillbilly on Jun 30, 2017 19:55:11 GMT
These are not birds,paper bags or butterflys...oh but maybe it's swamp gas? lol
I've been to these area's many times,been to some awesome crop formations too as they're about 60 miles from my home!
I went to see this crop formation, i went in to it,i stood in it,the middle circle was 70ft across.
This formation could not in the time frame be done with stomping boards and just think how much damage would get done if you had a team of say 20 men at night with only 9 max hours of dark to do it.I do believe that some formations not all are of a higher intelligence..
These formations could indeed be frauds but I think they rise to a level so much in advance of the others they require a closer look. The Milk Hill formation discovered on August 12th, 2001 in Wiltshire England is so massive it has been described as the single greatest crop circle ever discovered. It consists of 409 circles formed in a Julia set design which measures 900 feet in diameter covering nearly 700,000 square feet.The formation discovered august 13 on the top of the Milk Hill aroused a great surprise because of the size and the location as for 2001 season.
The pictures got a diameter about 300 m and combines 409 circles so that it is the greatest ever seen before.
It is the only crop circle that, this year, could be linked to the fractal category: it is costituted by 6 Yulia set converging in the same centre or to be clearer it is made by a stylization and syntesis of this Yulia set.
The field, cultivated with weat, is set on the top of the Milk Hill, the higher point of Wiltshire (295 m above sea level) is difficult to be located.
Three different slopes that delimit two points could have disturbed the realization of the work.
As for the procedure or realization it's dutiful to observe the preventive construction of 6 directrix bends 30 cm thick coming out by the centre of the picture: these bends are marked out under the spiral bended ears that draw circulare elements in each branch. The event captured the attention of some english headline as "Daily Mail" that published an article on it in August 20.
This crop circle formation contains 409 circles, including the central circle. There are 7 large circles, each of which is about 100 feet in diameter. Vidal thinks that this crop glyph could be created in five hours by six people. Let's figure out the math: 5 hrs. x 60 min. = 300 minutes. 409 circles (67 large circles) divided by 300 minutes gives 1.36 minutes average per circle to make.
Example using seven people and requiring 12 hours:
If each of the largest circles took 45 minutes to make by one person (seven people involved, one remaining at the center for control/reference), that would leave 255 minutes.
There are 12 circles ~90 feet diameter. They would take about 40 minutes to make by six people, leaving 205 minutes.
There are 12 circles ~85 feet in diameter. They would take about 38 minutes to make, leaving 171 minutes.
There are 12 circles ~70 feet in diameter. They would take about 32 minutes to make, leaving 107 minutes.
There are 12 circles ~55 feet in diameter. They would take about 25 minutes to make, leaving 82 minutes.
There are 6 circles ~40 feet in diameter. They would take about 18 minutes to make, leaving 64 minutes.
There are 6 circles ~30 feet in diameter. They would take about 14 minutes to make, leaving 50 minutes.
Between making each of the primary circles of each crescent, the satellite circles would have to be made. There are 55 scaled-down circles coming off the primary circles in each crescent. Their sizes are ~8 feet in diameter (21 per crescent: 4 minutes each), ~20 feet in diameter (25 per crescent: 9 minutes each), and ~35 feet in diameter (9 per crescent: 16 minutes each). Total time required to make the satellite circles: 453 minutes per crescent.
Note: These times are based on one person doing all the circles in a crescent (68 total); after several hours with no rest, fatigue would set in and performance would decline, increasing the time to make each circle.
Then there would have to be time for moving to each new location before the circle makers could begin making the next circle. Each new position would have to be checked and approved by the control person at the center of the crop circle formation. The time to move from one circle to the next and get set up is estimated at 3 minutes minimum. From the time the first circles were made to the time the last ones were made would require 18 minutes total for positioning the primary circles, and 25 minutes total for positioning the satellite circles. This is not counting the time of ingress and egress from the farmer's field, nor the time it took to set up the initial pattern or template before the work began.
The total time required for making this crop glyph with six people, one for each crescent, is no less than 746 minutes. These people would have had to worked constantly for 12 hours with no breaks whatsoever. Problem: There were only 9 hours of darkness that night.CNN did a five-minute special on the Milk Hill crop circle formation on 21 August 2001. They interviewed a crop circle guy from over there named Charles Mallet, one of the ones who found it. It was flown over Friday and it was not there (it's very near the Effington Horse, so it's a common flight area). It rained all day Saturday and appeared Saturday night while still raining. It was found Sunday. There were no scuff or mud marks in any of the circles. Information courtesy of Lloyd Pye.
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