Crop Circle Discovered in Switzerland
I’d love to keep razzing Mayor Villar of L.A., or write about the do nothing Democrat majority in Congress and the immigration disaster — but a little break is needed. So how about this!
Switzerland residents were puzzled this weekend by the discovery of a fresh crop circle, according to Swiss news Web site 24heures.ch. The circle, roughly 66 yards wide, was discovered by a Swiss army pilot, Francois Blanchoud in the northwestern town of Payerne, in a corn field just outside of the military base there.
Francois then took his father, Pierre — a specialist in unexplained phenomena on another fly over and Pierre reportedly said the crop circle is “authentic.” “The work is huge,” he told the Web site.”It is not humanly possible.”
The farmer who owns the field said he does not know who did the design and he is just as puzzled as others as to how it got there.The owner of the field said he will harvest the corn in 10 days, but the circle will remain because he will not collect the flattened corn.
Pierre Blanchoud said about 20 percent of phenomena initially thought to be crop circles turn out to be made by humans. He claims the others are the result of “light balls” that produce micro- waves, which heat the corn and flatten the stalks. Crop circle enthusiasts, known as cereologists, have offered various paranormal and naturalistic explanations for them. However, in England two men revealed a few years ago that they created a variety of crop circles using planks, rope, hats and wire as their only tools.
H/T Fox News.
Posted: 2255PT 07/08/07