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Crop circles (circles in cereal)

 Motto: Very much crop circles resemble a PC simulation of electromagnetic  fields. Even a single one, separate circle. That is why because they are really  created by ElectroMagnetic Field lines of force from lightning discharges.


(photo icon also links to detailed page)The latest and last crop circle of 2013 season

2013-12-30USAChualar farm, Salinas, CA 36.584871,-121.473678 detail

Crop circles electromgnetic simulationShort characteristics - basic explanation, initial informations about crop circles


Crop circles 2013 - Where have all that circles gone?

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Claims, theories, or practices that cannot be reliably tested and do not adhere to the scientific methods are considered pseudoscience. Most information available on crop circles is pseudoscientific because the information cannot be proven using the scientific method. Some common household products can even be considered pseudoscientific when their manufacturers make claims that cannot be backed up. Manufacturers of that new anti-aging cream you bought or the cleaning supplies used by your house cleaning service NYC may be making pseudoscientific claims to the unknowlegeable consumer.


Correction (heading):

Even if any message down these pages would look like to be absolutely sure, there should be placed an introductory sentence before that

Is possible, that...

Possibly would be proved, that...

Presumably possible...

Some (many) observations (experiments) may imply, that...

Absolutely sure being right maybe only stupid, silly, pinhead, bighead or bigmouth. So, which one of them, damned?

Also pseudoscience or junk science followers, what is absolutely the same like that named in precedent sentence.


For a basic introduction to historical perspectives on the issue of crop circles possible visit Wikipedia - Crop circle. Although most of the explanations, submitted there, falls or almost entirely belongs under the Pseudoscience (Junk science), i.e. appertains to the Category: Pseudoscience, however at least may serve as a basic information about the current view on the whole issue.


But it is good, as well. Page in Wikipedi (either English, or in many other languages) can serve as a very good example, through how great pile of manure of junk science, belief in supernatural phenomena, creatures, witches and supernatural forces of superstition and ignorance, must struggle through and trudge anyone, who wants to pay at least a little point of view on the issue of crop circles, and try to solve it using scientific and natural methods. For example, from the viewpoint of influence of abiotic stress factors. When someone only wants to see where probably humanity so far reached in their researches, or tried to reach.


Much better is to visit, although available only in Dutch, but even Google machine translation reveals that it is completely free of any signs of trust in pseudoscience and similarly misguided thinking, which almost all current considerations and pages about crop circles are abounded throughout. On the page Theorieen & Onderzoek (theory and research) give an opinion to similar senseless theories very reserved position and only very marginal mention about them. Three to four sentences, objectively just because that they existed. Although the website from about the turn of 2012 / 2013 is not updated, but just from 2013 at are continuing - this time in English - identical author.


Above all, it must be emphasized, that the explanation shown here, or any page of this website, in any case does not deal with concepts or fields of human activities such as Esotericism, Parapsychology, Psychotronics, Paranormal phenomena, Ufology, Spiritism, Astrology, Occult, Numerology, Oracle, Superstition.

Belief in aliens, Extraterrestrial life, including Extraterrestrials in fiction, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Astrobiology, Unidentified flying object, Military disc-shaped aircraft, Flying saucer, visitors from Universe, Outer space, Galaxy, Milky Way.

Magic (paranormal), Black magic, Witches' Sabbath, Witchcraft, Supernatural phenomena, Miracles. Poltergeist, 2012 phenomenon, Conspiracy theory, Psychokinesis, Shamanism, Mysticism, or any other field of Pseudoscience or Junk science from the Category: Pseudoscience.