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Crop circle - Wikipedia

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A crop circle or crop formation is a pattern created by flattening a crop, usually a cereal. The term was first coined in the early 1980s by Colin Andrews. Crop ...

WELCOME TO THE CROP CIRCLE CONNECTOR

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Jan 5, 2017 ... We are requesting translations of the Introduction. Welcome to the Crop Circle Connector. Established 21st June 1995. Thursday, 05 January ...

Temporary Temples | The Latest UK Crop Circles

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Web site of crop circle photographer Steve Alexander and writer Karen Douglas. Online image library, online shop of stock photos and a selection of articles.

Crop Circles Explained - Live Science

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Jan 23, 2013 ... According to some estimates, crop circles appear every week somewhere around the world. The strange circles and patterns appear ...

How Crop Circles Work | HowStuffWorks

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Learn how crop circles can be made and how researchers are trying to separate the supernatural from the scientific.

Crop Circles - Crystalinks

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Crop circles are found in fields, over tree-tops, and in ice and snow. They are a world wide phenomena, highlighted in England. A crop circle is a sizable pattern  ...

The UnMuseum - Crop Circles - Museum of Unnatural Mystery

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All have sharply defined edges. Perhaps the most striking feature of the circles is the frequency with which they occur. In 1990, over 700 crop circles appeared in ...

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circlemakers: Home of England's crop circle makers. Making the world a more interesting place.

BLT Research - Crop Circle Science

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The BLT Research Team -- scientific documentation and reports of physical changes in plants and soils at crop circle sites.