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Re: 'Eliptical' Crop Circles

From: Leanne Martin <leanne_martin@hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 05 Jul 1998 20:41:17 PDT
Fwd Date: Mon, 06 Jul 1998 10:25:35 -0400
Subject: Re: 'Eliptical' Crop Circles

>Date: Wed, 1 Jul 1998 07:54:28 -0400
>From: bruce maccabee <brumac@compuserve.com>
>Subject: UFO UpDate: Re: 'Eliptical' Crop Circles
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>

>Well, having worked on portions of the "Star War's" research for
>the last 15 years I would have to say that IF there were a high
>power microwave beam weapon orbiting the earth (there isn't) it
>wouldn't be used to "burn holes" in agricultural crops in
>England or anywhere else.


> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reagan, being the
>reactionary throwback that all the liberal pinko's believed him
>to be, thought that just maybe the Soviets might lose total

Dear Bruce (& list)

How can you have such an open mind on the UFO issue/subject yet
display such an appallingly neanderthal attitude to people who
choose to voice an opposing political viewpoint by refering to
them as "liberal pinko's" (sic)?  It makes one feel very tempted
to ask, "What did you do for those 15 SDI years - push a
broom?", but that may be seen as equally derogoratory ;-)

>As for the "crop circles", I might also point out that the
>really interesting agriglyphs are not the circular or elliptical
>ones, but the highly complex structures consisting of circles,
>squares, spirals, straight paths, etc. which have been seen over
>the last 8 years or so, Thes odd shapes are far from what one
>would get by shining a beam downward at some angle. One would
>need, at the very least, a beam that can be scanned or a beam
>that can be shaped into a very complicated arrangement of
>intensities (like imaging a cookie cutter onto a field of

This is the exact point that I was making in my original
post,i.e. that these could very well be targeting experiments
that are fine tuning a possible energy beam. The small
elipticals mentioned possibly being the result of a simple
'high-angle' test to test for attenuation of intensity through a
longer atmosheric path on to a readily photographical surface.

If my thinking on it is correct then having differently shaped
beams (squares, triangles, etc.)is pointless. Think about how
easily we can manipulate laser beams in disco light shows, for
example. Simply having a fine a circle shape as possible and
deflecting it appropriately (like the electron beam in a t.v.)
would be all that is required.

Also, that the more complex patterns that we are seeing are an
extrapolation of the original circles that gave the phonomenon
its name. As you say, in the last 8 years these designs have
gotten ever more complex. Why so? Now let me see . . . Reagan
pushes SDI in 1985, billions get poured into it and scare the
hell of Russia, your recent 8 year 'window of complexity' starts
in 1990 giving a 5 year tooling-up period. Sounds like a
reasonable hypothesis so far.

It is not necessary to "burn holes" into the grain fields just
to test a targeting system, but it could be intended for use
like the neutron bomb - to drastically alter the cellular
structure of an organism, leading to death, without destroying
its surroundins.

I note that you make no comment at all on my point that these
agriglyphs do not overlap obstructions - it would seem a
deliberate intention that they be in open paddocks and remain
unobstructed by trees, rocks, fences, tractors and anything else
that would ruin the image quality on a scale that is large
enough to be photographed from space.

Also, a broom pusher's "need to know" would only cover what bit
of floor
to do next.  <G>


Leanne Martin

Computer Engineer @ WANG GLOBAL Australia.