Tuesday, August 2, 2011



LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) – as reported in the physical world, Richard Taylor, Director of the Institute of materials science at Oregon State University says that "crop circle artists would not abandon their secrets.

"This summer, unknown artists will adventure the countryside near your homes and make their vessels, the certainty that continues the legacy of the movement of art no longer driven science in history."

While there may be some out there who insist that these circles are signs from extraterrestrials, Taylor says, the technology behind the phenomenon of global crop-circle is deserving of praise. The most recent projects are more complex than ever, with some with up to 2,000 different shapes.

Mathematical analysis revealed using construction lines used to create patterns. At one time, crop-circlers used ropes, planks of wood and bar stools, high tech: GPS and laser since then have entered the fray.

The most innovative contemporary technique involves the use of microwaves can force dried corn to fall and be cooled horizontally. One research group claims that have replicated blow inflicted crops using a magnetron handheld ripped from a microwave ovens and 12V.

Microwave technique could explain the speed and efficiency of the artists and the incredible detail that some crop circles exhibit, Taylor says.

Circles have scooped farmers and scientists alike, since it was first recorded in the 17th century, and the phenomenon is increasing in parallel with the progress of technology.

Matin mosque, Editor of physics world, said: "it may seem strange for a physicist as Taylor to study circles, but then simply tries to act like any good scientist – examine the evidence for the design and construction of cycles without being influenced by the sideshow UFOs, hoaxes and aliens."

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