Crop Circle Researcher Paul Vigay first started investigating the crop circle phenomenon in 1989 and has since encountered many aspects of strange and anomalous phenomena. He was one of the discoverers of unexplainable electromagnetic effects in and around crop circles and, coming from a scientific and academic background, became one of the pioneers of electromagnetic research into crop circles.
Scientific studies confirm: “crop circles are made by balls of light” There are not so many people on the Earth who are really interested in crop circles. What I mean is that there are people who devoted their whole life to study crop circles and find out what causes them. One of those people is Dr. Eltjo Haselhoff.
First Scientific PROOF OF BURNING in Crop Circle Plants. A new BLT report has just been posted which, for the first time, scientifically proves actual burning of crop circle plants (this case found in a July 2010 circle in Holland).Crop Circles are one of the great mysteries of our time and the past. Research and skepticism about the phenomenon often ask the question whether they are the product of mischievous humans or an unknown, perhaps alien, intelligence. We believe that this may be the wrong question to ask.Crop Circle Research Institute for Resonance, Crop Circle Science Research Papers. Research Papers on Crop Circles by Simeon Hein, Ph.D. and Ron Russell of the Institute for Resonance. These papers describe some of our basic findings with regard to measurements of static electricity in crop circles and some theories and ideas that may.
Third Scientific Paper Published on Crop Circle Work by BLT Team The BLT Research Team announces the June, 1999 publication of its third scientific paper, Dispersion of energies in worldwide crop formations, presenting Crop Circle Research This work is of particular interest because it highlights a re-occurring issue in crop circle research, that there is a tendency to ridicule the results of.Read More
W. C. Levengood's Research Reports. W.C. Levengood in the 1996 Paulding, OH crop circle formation. Since 1954, biophysicist W.C. Levengood has authored or co-authored a significant number of scientific and technical papers (over 50) on a wide range of subjects including Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biophysics, Botany, and other subjects that have appeared in some of the most prestigious peer.Read More
She is the author of three books: Crop Circles: The Greatest Mystery of Modern Times (1999), Crop Circles (2004), and Crop Circles, Art in the Landscape (2007). She has also published a book of cartoons, Paranormal Pranks, drawn by Peter Eade. She is a member of The British Society of Dowsers and a Founder Member and Chairman of UNEX.Read More
The Wiltshire Crop Circle Study Group (WCCSG), is such called because it is located in the county of Wiltshire in the UK, the most active area for crop circles in the world. The Group was established in 1995 to study the crop circle phenomenon in all its aspects: Physical (scientific evidence - the physical effects on plants and soil).Read More
Scientific research in the field is based on the work of biophysicists, who in the 1990s discovered plants from crop circles had elongated and pliable plant nodes that allowed rigid plant stems to.Read More
He is a biophysicists and with his team carry out research on all samples sent to him from around the world that are taken out of Crop Circle Formations including the ones from this country. He has had his research papers published in several scientific journals worldwide.Read More
Jefferys is about to embark on a PhD in crop circles at the University of Tasmania. The 59-year-old’s research focuses on images from Google Earth’s new 1945 overlay, which Jefferys studied.Read More
But some believe that association is holding back research that could progress agronomy, and is stifling the opportunity to study a living art movement. Professor Richard Taylor, who lectures in art, physics and psychology at the University of Oregon in the United States, said more effort should be made to figure out the who and the how of crop circles.Read More
In 2014 Patty was taken on a mysterious journey where she received a thorough scientific explanation of the intense Crop Circle research done by William Levengood and a (secret) lab partner over 16 years. Levengood was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for writing more papers in scientific journals than anyone else (9). He was the.Read More
Since the early 1990s, the original crop circles have developed into huge, intricate, geometrical patterns of stunning precision and beauty. Most appear in wheat, barley and oil-seed rape, but they have also been reported in rye, oats, flax, maize, sugar cane, peas, potatoes, sunflowers, grass, fruit orchards, rice paddies, snow, and ice.Read More