Friday, August 15, 2008

Photos Raise Tough Questions

The photo at left is an advertising graphic produced by human laborers in an asian rice field. Photos like the UK wheat field at right are of Linda Moulton Howe's alleged high strangeness genre, supposedly of unknown purpose and origin. These occur most frequently in the UK, Canada, Australia, and the US, however.

The first photo raises some very stubborn questions for the few remaining crop circle fans:

Why would supposed extraterrestrials leave regular crop graphics (suspiciouly computer generated) in English speaking countries with an abundance of laptop computer users, rather than in a country with a more pictographic and ideographic language currently used by the majority of Earth's humans (the Chinese).

Here is part of the reason, but now note well that pranks are discouraged culturally by China's autocratic socialist government. The penalty for wanton destruction of a food crop in China is probably severe by Western standards.

Any creative thinkers who may still be crop circle believers must now consider solid answers to the foregoing issues. Otherwise, the high strangeness that has been attributed to such crop circles sticks out for what it really is... mere pranks!



At 16 August, 2008 01:20, Blogger Tom Goering said...

"Wonton destruction" would be more "Chinese" :)

How do I email you?

At 16 August, 2008 12:21, Blogger Vigilis said...

Navycs, please check my profile.


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