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Re: 100,000 POUNDS TO HUMAN CIRCLEMAKERS WHO CAN REPRODUCE T

Post by Mydogma » Thu Aug 16, 2012 3:53 am

The57ironman wrote:
Cornbread714 wrote:

As to the historical references, I'm guessing that bored farmboys, practical jokers and devious yokels figured out hundreds of years ago that it's possible to flatten grain in some sort of pattern. Circles would be one of the easiest and obvious shapes to create.

My guess is that these current ones are the modern equivalent.

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...yeah...it's been a ''tradition''... :mrcool:

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hmm possible...but since they are really only visible from the sky,,were the ancients(farmboys) hoping someone was going to fly over and see them...did they have hot air balloons...i think its one of two...aliens or the military testing their wares...but as noted...they didnt exist hundreds of years back...so probably alien...

Re: 100,000 POUNDS TO HUMAN CIRCLEMAKERS WHO CAN REPRODUCE T

Post by Hackjames » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:52 am

You connect the dots!

Re: 100,000 POUNDS TO HUMAN CIRCLEMAKERS WHO CAN REPRODUCE T

Post by Cornbread714 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:46 am

Hackjames wrote:I think you'll have to admit it's probably Ron Paul, though, if we're taking all the facts into account.


Well, he does seem to be some kind of non-human intelligence.



At least compared to other politicians.

Re: 100,000 POUNDS TO HUMAN CIRCLEMAKERS WHO CAN REPRODUCE T

Post by Hackjames » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:40 am

As I've said many times before, devious yokels are the bane of all humanity. I've never said that.

I can't really say I see the motive/continuity behind the idea that they're military tests, but it's a possibility. I think you'll have to admit it's probably Ron Paul, though, if we're taking all the facts into account.

Re: 100,000 POUNDS TO HUMAN CIRCLEMAKERS WHO CAN REPRODUCE T

Post by Kinninigan » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:30 am

:look: :alien: :alien51: :alien:


"G" for "Gank"

I did it where is my money yo?



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Re: 100,000 POUNDS TO HUMAN CIRCLEMAKERS WHO CAN REPRODUCE T

Post by The57ironman » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:20 am

Cornbread714 wrote:

As to the historical references, I'm guessing that bored farmboys, practical jokers and devious yokels figured out hundreds of years ago that it's possible to flatten grain in some sort of pattern. Circles would be one of the easiest and obvious shapes to create.

My guess is that these current ones are the modern equivalent.

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...yeah...it's been a ''tradition''... :mrcool:

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Re: 100,000 POUNDS TO HUMAN CIRCLEMAKERS WHO CAN REPRODUCE T

Post by Cornbread714 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:17 am

Hackjames wrote:Fair enough.

Concerning the notion that they are created by humans, do you have any thoughts as to what human agencies might be taking an interest in producing the more elaborate variants? If so, what do you feel their intent may be, especially considering some of the historic examples going back at least a few hundred years?

Do you feel any group with the means to produce the exceptional examples would somehow benefit from them?



Good questions.

As I mentioned before, it might be application and testing of a new technology by the military, whether aerial or ground-based, I have no real idea.

That doesn't make a lot of sense, but some, I guess.

As to the historical references, I'm guessing that bored farmboys, practical jokers and devious yokels figured out hundreds of years ago that it's possible to flatten grain in some sort of pattern. Circles would be one of the easiest and obvious shapes to create.

My guess is that these current ones are the modern equivalent.

Re: 100,000 POUNDS TO HUMAN CIRCLEMAKERS WHO CAN REPRODUCE T

Post by Hackjames » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:05 am

Fair enough.

Concerning the notion that they are created by humans, do you have any thoughts as to what human agencies might be taking an interest in producing the more elaborate variants? If so, what do you feel their intent may be, especially considering some of the historic examples going back at least a few hundred years?

Do you feel any group with the means to produce the exceptional examples would somehow benefit from them?

Re: 100,000 POUNDS TO HUMAN CIRCLEMAKERS WHO CAN REPRODUCE T

Post by Cornbread714 » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:48 am

Hackjames wrote:
As an aside, could you define aliens?


I use the term, in this case, as meaning extraterrestrial intelligence - beings from somewhere else. Another planet or dimension, blah blah...

And, I recognize the possibility that whatever made these might somehow be non-human intelligent beings from this planet, but I seriously doubt that, too.

Unless drawings I could make on a spirograph (remember those?) rendered in fields of grain might somehow have significance to the human race.

Once again, just my opinion.

Re: 100,000 POUNDS TO HUMAN CIRCLEMAKERS WHO CAN REPRODUCE T

Post by The57ironman » Thu Aug 16, 2012 12:47 am

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....definitely man-made....





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