Originally posted by PenguinI would be happy for you to give out that email address.
Here's the thread:
It looks like you only managed to get the original photo onto that web site. If you would like I can give you an email address to send the others to and I will put them all somewhere so people can see them
Originally posted by karoly aczelI thought that they established the crop circles were a hoax.
The orb phenomenon along with the crop circle phenomenon have been fairly recent developments in the "Spiritual circles" or whatever you call this thing that is happening.
They have just been popping up so much that you simply cant attribute it all to "dust" .
But then again, I've always felt that these things (orbs and crop circles) have been there ...[text shortened]... ut like I said, some of the measured comments I got on that ufo site were quite positive.
Originally posted by karoly firstname.lastname@example.org
I would be happy for you to give out that email address.
I'm almost 100% positive that it was not dust, but I really cant be 100% sure now, can I?
Originally posted by PenguinWith the preponderance of webcrawlers these days, you'd be well-advised to only give out email addresses in PMs.
Originally posted by SuzianneWhich is why that is a throwaway email address I created last night. However you are right, I should have PM'd him.
With the preponderance of webcrawlers these days, you'd be well-advised to only give out email addresses in PMs.
Originally posted by Rajk999Yes, there are man made ones as well.
I thought that they established the crop circles were a hoax.
Did not a couple guys come forward and demonstrated how easy it was to make them using a piece of rope, a plank and some other simple stuff. Geometrical circles are kids stuff. . Why would aliens be involved?
Originally posted by twhiteheadNo . It seems to be a relatively recent occurance, captured with digital cameras, but with regular ones as well.
I don't get your argument here. Are you saying dust is rare?
Originally posted by karoly aczelSince all the ones that have been looked at turn out to be quite easily done with planks of wood and bits of string, which is more likely:
Yes, there are man made ones as well.
Originally posted by PenguinNo luck with any pictures. Gimme a few weeks, I'll see what I come across.
Since all the ones that have been looked at turn out to be quite easily done with planks of wood and bits of string, which is more likely:
A group of students having a lark
Highly advanced and super-intelligent aliens who have mastered interstellar travel cross hundreds of light years and attempt to communicate with us by making cryptic patterns ...[text shortened]... me more convincing evidence comes up.
By the way, any luck with the pictures?
Originally posted by karoly aczelWhich can easily be explained by:
No . It seems to be a relatively recent occurance, captured with digital cameras, but with regular ones as well.
The amount of pictures that you would have to palm off as "dust" must've gone up dramatically in the last ten years. You never really here of it before then, although there were a few notable exceptions.
Originally posted by twhiteheadGood points actually.
Which can easily be explained by:
1. The possibility that digital cameras work differently and that this phenomena is specific to the way digital cameras work, or more likely to occur with digital cameras.
2. The fact that far more people have cameras, and take far more photos than in the past and are far more likely to share interesting photos with oth ...[text shortened]... numbers have increased in no way argues against dust as an explanation for the actual phenomena.