Mysterious Crop Circle Spotted in California


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Crop circle spotted in CaliforniaIs it the work of aliens or practical jokers? An unusual creation has popped up on a farm just south of the Bay Area.

 

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A giant crop circle has appeared on Chualar farm in Salinas, Calif.
 
Aerial photographer Julie Belanger spotted the crop circle as she was flying over the valley Monday morning.

 

Belanger took the photo you see here as well as this raw video.

"It was beautiful. Quite beautiful," Belanger told NBC affiliate KSBW. "I believe it's possible that aliens exist, but I don't know if they would bother making a crop circle to give us a message."

It?s more likely that it?s all part of publicity stunt. According to MontereyHerald.com, guards from a South Bay security company were on hand Monday morning on behalf of their client, whose identity they could not reveal.

 

 

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HawkMan

People still write about crop circles when they know how they're made ?

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+trag3dy

So the two guys who filmed it there were probably some of the guys who made it, right?

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Arachno 1D

Its a silicon chip

 

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fusi0n

Aliens

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compl3x

People still write about crop circles when they know how they're made ?

 

 

Yes. That is the deal with beliefs. Even if you demonstrate they are BS people will insist on believing & defending them.

 

This is obviously version 300 (or whatever number they're up to now) of the QR code.

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Arachno 1D

If you sQR can it from afar it says All yours bases are ours!

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The Evil Overlord

If you sQR can it from afar it says All yours bases are ours!

Google::: Did you mean 'Allyourbasesarebelongtous'?

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Decebalvs Rex

That picture represents a stadium, Aliens demand Putin to hold Sochi winter games this year!

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An elaborate crop circle sculpted into a farm two hours south of San Francisco is no more, having been mowed down to the dismay of hundreds who flocked to glimpse the unexplained site.

 

On Tuesday afternoon, the intricate design etched into a field of barley was plowed back into the earth.

 

What's the message that was carved into Anthony's 2,000-acre farm outside the tiny town of Chualar?

 

Falanga -- who called KSBW after seeing a picture -- described it as a "very detailed" depiction of the number 192 written over and over in Braille and in such a way to orient the top and bottom of the circle.

 

What to make of that repeated number (if that's what it is) is another mystery. Falanga said some speculate it is related to the number 192 found in Internet Protocol, or IP, addresses (a fact familiar to many in nearby Silicon Valley). Or it could have something to do with the radioisotope iridium, which has 192 in its symbol.

 

http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/01/us/california-crop-circle-gone/index.html?hpt=hp_t2

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FloatingFatMan

Assuming he wasn't in on it, I imagine the farmer who owns that field was pretty pi**ed off at the damage to his crops. Would have cost him a fair amount of money.

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Kriz

Looks cool - Clever people

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+devHead
Crop circles? Why don't you buy something! 

 

  Anyone know what that quote is from?

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Rigby

There is nothing mysterious about crop circles.

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Jason S.

leave it to the media to call something "mysterious"

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Astra.Xtreme

Assuming he wasn't in on it, I imagine the farmer who owns that field was pretty pi**ed off at the damage to his crops. Would have cost him a fair amount of money.

Agreed. That's a lot of potential beer that they've ruined, so that makes me pretty angry too!  :angry:

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The Evil Overlord

No. Nvidia is part of the conspiracy to conceal aliens who are trying to communicate with us.

Kinda makes sense, NVidia drivers crapping out systems using win 8+ the nsa hacks are incompatible with the alien spy hacks prebuilt into win 7 NVidia machines...

I never saw it coming :P

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