£100,000 crop circle challenge: ET's are not allowed to apply
The EHA group (a group of open-minded crop circle enthusiasts) is offering any team of human circlemakers 100,000 pounds to reproduce the Galaxy formation of Aug 12, 2001 (see image above).
The challenge issued on July 1, 2012 has yet to have any takers. Stringent conditions apply to recreate the formation which consisted of 409 individual circles spanning a diameter of 900 feet which came down on top of Milk Hill during a heavy night of rain. (That's 68 seconds per circle perfectly executed over a six hour period of darkness).
Conditions include for example:
1) no footprints or mud
2) absence of any broken stems
3) geometric perfection
Rule 11 states:
"11. No Extraterrestrial being or ET vehicle is allowed to assist in the creation of the crop circle. They are however welcome to witness the procedure and park their vehicles in the nearby field."
Where are all the de-bunkers now?
You can apply here:
Sources and more information:
The 300-metre long address, which is more than 20 metres wide, appeared in the field near G ttingen, just two weeks before the wheat was due to be harvested. The damage will probably cost the farmer around 1,500, Die Welt newspaper reported on Thursday. But the owner of the website which is dedicated to crop circle research is also angry at...
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( via cropcirclechallenge.co.uk )