Call Me an Unbeliever

June 20, 2009

Culture

I found this story, about mysterious crop circle, recently:

A 600ft jellyfish pattern has appeared in a barley field in Kingstone Coombes, Oxfordshire, in what is one of the most intriguing crop circles ever seen in Britain.

The vast pattern appeared in the field last week and experts are claiming it to be the first of its kind in the world.

Karen Alexander, a crop circle expert, said: “We have seen butterfly and bird patterns in the past, but this is the first jellyfish crop circle in the world.

“It is absolutely huge – roughly three times the size of most crop patterns and extremely interesting. People have been aghast at the size of it. It is a complete monster.

“We are looking into the meaning of it, but at present it just seems to have appeared out of nowhere.”

Crop circle theorists known as ‘croppies’ – believe the patterns are created by UFOs during nocturnal visits, or caused by natural phenomena such as unusual forms of lightning striking the earth.

But it has been proven the patterns can be easily created artists.

Last year a crop circle described as the most complex ever to seen in Britain was discovered in a barley field in Wiltshire.

The formation, measuring 150ft in diameter, was a coded image representing the first 10 digits, 3.141592654, of pi.

Michael Reed, an astrophysicist, said: “The tenth digit has even been correctly rounded up. The little dot near the centre is the decimal point.

OOOOOkkkkkk….. tell me, HOW do aliens KNOW what our jellyfish look like, enough to make a stunning resemblance of one in a field of barley??

I have a hard, hard time believing that crop circles are caused by “aliens” or flying saucers or whatever. For one, there is absolutely no proof (that I am aware of) that UFOs settled down in fields and made these circles or shapes or whatever. One thing I do know is that governments experiment with all kinds of newly developed aircraft, and a lot of times people see “UFOs” near government facilities for defense development. And I sure don’t hear a lot of clamor in the Congo or in the Amazon jungle about all these UFOs around– it seems to be in predominantly industrial nations with technological development. (Haven’t you ever heard of The Gods Must Be Crazy?)

I saw the Mel Gibson movie Signs several years ago, after Joseph Farah at WorldNetDaily gave it a glowing review as one of the best movies he’d ever seen. The movie STUNK! It was ridiculous! Needless to say, I stopped reading WorldNetDaily soon thereafter. (The site does have some excellent news sources, but the movie review section needs a lot of improvement, eh?)

Another reason I have a hard time believing in aliens making crop circles is that Ricard Dawkins thinks it’s very possible that aliens started life on Earth (the “seeded theory”) and then abandoned us, to go through the lengthy processes of evolution alone. Rrrrrright. Proof for this? None! But Dawkins is SURE that there is ABSOLUTELY no God! :-p The whole things smells. Call me an unbeliever.

P.S. My son is doing a research report on the Cardiff Giant, which makes me think of hoaxes even more!!

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