One can ask a question like, what is a crop circles?. It is easy to understand what crop circles are
One can ask a question like, what is a crop circles?. It is easy to understand what crop circles are. According to the knowledge I have, after reading different materials and viewing videos. Crop circles are defined as a place of similar crops that have systematically geometric patterns. It is not easy to explain the pattern of crop circles that are found in fields. Some scientists said that, crop circles are just circles that are found in crops. Some of them said that, a circle is a symbol of humanity on earth. They also said that, it is a symbol of God and Heaven in different things. Crop circles are mostly found in wheat, corn, seeds, maize, oats and in barley. Sometimes Crop circles may occur in snow and even in long grass. Some say the crop circles are man made while others are artificial. Some of the Scientists said that, most of the crop circles are created at night and early in the morning between .
There are different shapes of crop circles; some are like a ring, flattened, rectangular, geometric, triangle, and circular shapes.. In place where there is crop circles plants are bent above the soil and it laid down like a geometrically patterns. If we look on this grass, it is invisible to see the physical sign indicating the damage between those plants. But there is some heat in those plants because of light burn that occurs in the base of stems. Depletion of local watershed occurs but you can not see it physically. This will cause the crops (maize) to change the colours. Although crop circles does not happened to trees.
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Soil samples taken within the crop circles have been studied and the results show that, they contain Radioactive which is not occur in the outside the circles. During watching the videos, the type of crop circles that attract my heart was Triple Julia set because it has beautiful shape and it consists of 35 circles.
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