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  1. Dizshura
    All these points do have ruler-and-compass counterparts. As Zef says, crop circle formations appear in various "flavours", from quite uncomplicated single circles up to very complex patterns. A reconstruction is made to better understand the design of the pattern.
  2. Dizahn
    Crop-circle sightings go as far back as the 17th century. I started making them with my friend Rob Dickinson, who is a prop maker, after graduating from the Slade School of Fine Art in the mids.
  3. Kejin
    Many people believe that crop circles have been reported for centuries, a claim repeated in many books and Crop Circles - Controsigillo - Controsigillo devoted to the mystery. Their primary piece of evidence is a woodcut from that appears to show a field of oat stalks laid out in a circle.
  4. Fauzil
    Nines (Artist) Crop Circle CD Album Free shipping over £
  5. Vigis
    The Alien Face Crop Circle. A second look. By Michael Barber. On August 15, in Sparsholt, Hampshire, England, a crop circle was discovered that appeared to be a bitmapped “newspaper-like” image of an Alien holding a circular disc or record. Learn more about this crop circle .
  6. Toktilar
    Most researchers think of any crop circle formation more complex than a simple circle as indicative of a hoax. Researchers who are expert in crop circle studies can quickly spot a hoaxed formation. In , Doug Bower and David Chorley, two English sexagenarians, claimed to have hoaxed more than crop .
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    Explore releases from Cropcircle at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Cropcircle at the Discogs Marketplace.
  8. Dat
    Sep 15,  · When Queen Elizabeth put a crop circle book on her summer reading list in , there was a particular surge of interest and also talk of hoaxing. But crop circles aren’t a modern fad.
  9. Dujin
    Crop Circle is the sophomore album from British grime artist Nines and follows his release, One Foot Out. Featuring 16 tracks of slickly produced hip-hop and grime, the album also includes guest spots from the likes of RAY BLK, Tiggs Da Author, and Haile WSTRN. © Rich Wilson /TiVo.

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