Thursday, September 24, 2009
assuming that a hoaxer would have free access to this site for the full period of darkness without interruption, he would have, at best, 8 hours of darkness.
within this timeframe he and his assistants, if he had them, would have to stamp out 409 circles.
(sorry, i just laughed then.)
i divided 8 into 409 and got 51.1
this means that he and his agents would have had to be making 51.1 circles in an hour.
around one each minute or so.
and i can`t say with certainty that his feat is impossible, but fairly improbable in the scope of human behaviour.
so let`s ask a simple question.
why would a human or humans do such a thing?
in the cases that we know whereby humans have come forward to say they did hoax circles, they said they did them for a variety of reasons.
1) a practical joke.
2) to prove that humans are making them.
3) to dis-prove an unexplained phenominological reason for the formation of these circles, for whatever private or group agenda they may subscribe to. (mostly religious or scientific)
in all of these instances the hoaxer eventually comes forward to lay claim to the circle.
when we look at the majority of the clean, clearly machine laid-out images that are documented on a variety of sites at our fingertips, we find that nobody is coming forward to claim to have made them.
because they would have to prove how they did it...
Posted by Dr.Alistair at 12:56 PM