Crop Circle Research Groups in the US

Lew Proudfoot lproudfoot at msmail3.hac.com
Tue Oct 25 16:06:26 EST 1994


In article <383ihr$31c at mserv1.dl.ac.uk>, ajt at rri.sari.ac.uk wrote:

<snip>
> Ah, but there *is* a scientific interest in this area as you have
> pointed out, so don't back off too quickly!
> 
> Apart from the blatant frauds that have now been exposed, and the very low
> probability that we have been visited by aliens, why do crop circles occur?
> 
<again> 
>         Tony.
> -- 
> Dr. A.J.Travis,                       |  JANET: <ajt at uk.ac.sari.rri>
> Rowett Research Institute,            |  other: <ajt at rri.sari.ac.uk>
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I have not seen evidence that crop circles unexplained by the two popular
theories exist - is there a need to continue searching for further
explanations?  "Skeptical Enquirer," particularly, has published several
thorough articles explaining crop circles.

I would like to know if there are unexplained circles that do not look
like ones known to be artificial - they are very attractive, and it would
be nice to see ones generated without human or alien interference.

Lew



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