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Crop Circles Decoded — The Two Most Important Alien Messages. I.

Crop Circles Decoded — The Two Most Important Alien Messages

The Chilbolton 'Arecibo message' Formation By Paul Vigay ( R.I.P. ) and Alexander Light On Tuesday 21st August 2001 two new c... I. The Chilbolton 'Arecibo message' Formation By Paul Vigay (R.I.P.) and Alexander Light On Tuesday 21st August 2001 two new crop formations were reported near Chilbolton radio telescope in Hampshire, UK. One represented a 'human face' and the other resembled a radio transmission that SETI (the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) sent from the Arecibo radio telescope in 1974. After speaking to witnesses, it would appear that the 'Arecibo' formation was created on August 20th. The Arecibo message "First, I will give some background to the original message sent from Arecibo, back in 1974. The message was actually transmitted on November 16th 1974 and consisted of 1679 pulses of binary code (0's and 1's) - which took a little under three minutes to transmit. Why 1679 digits? The original binary code is shown in figure 1.

Binary coding What does it all mean? Crop circles have messages for the human race: scientist. IT all started with a UFO sighting.

Crop circles have messages for the human race: scientist

Dr Horace Drew, 61, was just 10 years old when he allegedly saw an unidentified, silver, windowless craft hovering in the sky near his suburban home, in Jacksonville, Florida. The encounter lasted only moments but led to a lifelong fascination with the extraterrestrial. “I saw a UFO, so I knew they were real from an early age,” Dr Drew told The scientist, who holds a PhD in Chemistry from Caltech, the California Institute of Technology, and worked for CSIRO as a molecular biologist, has been researching crop circles and aliens for 20 years.

Dr Drew relocated to Australia in the 1980s but most of his work has taken him overseas, predominantly to Europe. “They’re quite rare in Australia,” he said. He, along with many conspiracy theorists, believe crop circles are the work of aliens or human time travellers. A crop circle is typically defined by standing wheat stems that have been flattened in the shape of a circle or more complex pattern. Marina Popovich. By Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd A group of prominent Russian scientists, including Russian cosmonaut Dr.

Marina Popovich

Marina Popovich, PhD, as well as Victoria Popova, Dr. Sc., Ph.D., and Lidia Andrianova Ph.D. have announced a discovery of extraterrestrial communications in pictograms that extraterrestrial intelligence has placed in crop circles and in stone monuments around the world. The group has created a dictionary of over 250 extraterrestrial pictograms for interpreting crop circles and stone monuments such as "Stonehenge and Avebury stone circles in the UK, Machu Picchu, Chavin de Huantar and the Nazca Lines in Peru, the pyramid of Chichen-Itza and the pyramids of the moon and the sun in Mexico and the Moai of Easter Island and others.

" Dr. ET pictograms predict global cataclysms They continue, “ETC warn that civilization has to be pre-informed about the scenario of global cataclysms [before the] beginning [of the] event. Scientific crop circle research held back by links to UFO conspiracies - ABC Rural. Posted While it is generally accepted that artists, not aliens, are responsible for the mysterious and intricate patterns that appear in farmers' cereal fields, how they create such large-scale patterns without leaving a trace of evidence remains a mystery.

Scientific crop circle research held back by links to UFO conspiracies - ABC Rural

It is hard to imagine how the enormous, symmetrical and intricate designs could be created, and that puzzle has led to crop circles becoming a platform for all sorts of conspiracy and UFO-related theories. But some believe that association is holding back research that could progress agronomy, and is stifling the opportunity to study a living art movement. Rural news in your inbox? Subscribe to get the national headlines of the day. Professor Richard Taylor, who lectures in art, physics and psychology at the University of Oregon in the United States, said more effort should be made to figure out the who and the how of crop circles. Professor Taylor suggested artists could be using microwave energy to manipulate crops. The Two Most Important Alien Messages: Decoded. Crabwood crop circle.