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Comment by Bobby Dean on June 23, 2010 at 3:32pm
Comment by Bobby Dean on June 22, 2010 at 7:40pm

In terms of your #3 question, there is a good way to see which are fake; to check wether the stems have been broken or bent. Generally real CC (crop circles) are 100% totally bent, not broken, whereas fake CC's have many messy bent stems. Humans couldn't get the 100% figure using human techniques. Hence, face CC are picked up very quickly by investigators.

 

Comment by Oleg Sevostyanov on June 22, 2010 at 5:27pm
A clear message about the mixing of seasons, sure.
Just yesterday here in Siberia was +40 С and for now is about +5 C, the weather in the autumn. Forecasters predict a sub-zero temperatures and freezing.
Comment by Bobby Dean on June 22, 2010 at 1:01pm

Re. the 'dartboard' recently ...

Q. Could Zeta explain what this new crop circle created in Wilton Windmill, nr Wilton, Wiltshire means?

A. ZetaTalk Analysis 5/29/2010: Upon examining this crop circle, one will find that the 12 sections never have a line-notch that matches a line-notch on another section. There is no continuity, from one section to another, in these notches. What do the 12 sections represent, and what do the notches represent? Since the Gregorian calendar is universal, we confirm that it is months. The notches represent significant seismic activity, or plate movement. This tends to get hot in one area, and then the stage moves to another area. We are not yet at the point, as will be the case certainly during the pole shift and may be the case during an 8 of 10, where significant plate movement in one area does not start and stop, but just keeps going.

Comment by MORRIS LEVIN on June 22, 2010 at 12:26pm
Math is everywhere....Intrepretation is the riddle...

Sesmic actiivity......

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