The Crop Circles of Google Earth (March 2008)

EDIT: These are crop circles found in Google Earth as of March 2008. They are old now, so use the time slider in GE and move it back to around March of 2008 to view them. EDIT2: Thanks to all for the views and comments. My personal opinion is that all crop circles are man-made. I find them to be a great work of art, especially considering they are done at night, with rope and wood, and most times the makers are drunk haha. I dont believe Aliens would travel all this way just to flatten some corn. ­čÖé

15 Replies to “The Crop Circles of Google Earth (March 2008)”

  1. It’s easy. Firstly you´╗┐ survey it so you know exactly where you’re making the patterns and starting each circle. One person stands at the center of the circle with a bit of string of length the radius of the circle, and you use ‘stompers’ to flatten the stalks up to that desired length – spiralling outwards or whatever at your discretion. You’re a fool for even questioning if these are man made or not.

  2. I´╗┐ dont know… If all these are man made, how are all the circles made so perfectly round? How are all the patterns so symmetric? Why is it all so neat? Unless there are just a shit ton of people that know how to make perfect crop circles..

  3. These are not so impressive. but there are some really complex notorious ones that humans´╗┐ simply cannot make in 1 night..like they occurred ..they are so amazing..it’s beyond my understanding..

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