Je comprends ton malaise face à ces formes trop geometriques. Certains crop circles font tellement futuristes que les ufologues les ont bien sûr "revendiqués". On peut se demander si ce ne sont pas les mêmes esprits ou entités qui sont à l'origine des crop circles et des figures aeriennes de l'antiquité mais alors ils auraient adapté leur message à notre civilisation moderne et technologique?
J'ai trouvé ce texte sur les animaux morts et c'est vrai qu'il y a là un aspect sinistre qui laisse à reflechir. J'espere que vous comprenez l'anglais.
"Biophysicist William Levengood and a number of other researchers have discovered that flattened plants frequently have enlarged nodes (the little ‘knuckles’ along the stems of corn-type plants) and sometimes have ‘expulsion cavities’ in the same areas, where moisture seems to have exploded outwards. Seed germination trials have shown that when a formation occurs in immature crop, the seedlings usually do not develop, or their growth is severely reduced, but if a formation occurs in more mature crop, the seeds grow at up to five times the normal rate. (See next section.)
60% of circles appear on rainy nights. Yet farmers and researchers often notice that there is no mud on flattened crop, which there would have been if it had been flattened by humans using mechanical implements. Moreover, readily crushable balls of chalk are sometimes found intact beneath the flattened plants. And when a formation occurs on soil containing small, sharp rocks such as flint, the stems rest on top of the rocks without leaving crease marks, showing that no weight has been applied.
The soil inside crop circles often shows differences with the soil outside them. In one Canadian formation, for example, the soil had been baked as hard as cement, whereas the rest of field was moist and muddy. Reports of baked soil under flattened plants in crop circles also come from other countries, such as Russia. In 50% of crop circles the soil inside is noticeably drier than outside. (As indicated in section 3, this was also reported by Robert Plot in 1686.) Many of the effects on plants and soil are consistent with the generation of intense heat during the creation of crop circles.
Strange substances, such as jelly-like or powdery deposits, are sometimes found on the plants and soil inside crop circles. Powdery deposits that have been identified include high-purity silicon dioxide, magnesium oxide, and magnetite (magnetic iron ore). The latter may be meteoric dust, which is constantly drifting down through the atmosphere to the earth’s surface; the concentration in circles is up to 600 times higher than the normal value, indicating the presence of strong magnetic fields around crop circles.
Nearly 90% of crop circles appear over aquifers and/or over chalk and greensand (an olive-green sandstone). They are often aligned with ancient sacred sites and with ley lines or lines of earth energy, as detected by dowsing. The positioning of crop circles is sometimes undeniably nonrandom. For instance, three identical whale-like pictograms from 1991 formed a perfect isosceles triangle across several miles when linked with lines on a map.
Some formations seem to make use of tractor tramlines as guidelines, but others don’t. Many formations have appeared in Canada, yet Canadian fields are sprayed by airplanes so there are no tramlines to provide hoaxers with easy access to the fields. In the UK, pictograms often used to be surrounded with dozens of mini-circles, or ‘grapeshot’, a couple of feet in diameter, located in places that cannot be reached on foot without leaving obvious traces. Doug and Dave’s pole-vaulting yarns have become comedy legend.
In the case of a small percentage of formations, both simple circles and complex designs, there is clear visual evidence in the newly-planted field of the previous summer’s crop circle. The new plants in the area where the previous circle was located may be shorter or taller than the surrounding crop or slightly different in colour. This effect usually lasts no more than two years after the original formation. Dead wild animals
are rarely found in crop formations, but there have been a few exceptions. Some birds had apparently been caught up in the creation of a 1993 formation, and had been blown apart and disintegrated by the force. Mixed in with the blood and feathers were minute bits of flesh, but there were no bones, or any distinguishable or recognizable parts. Laboratory tests on some of the remains confirmed that they belonged to an ‘exploded bird’.
Two dead porcupines were found in two different Canadian crop circles. One had almost disintegrated into blackened parts and the other had been squashed like a pancake. Scrape marks and a row of standing broken quills indicated that the latter porcupine had been dragged to the centre of the formation from the perimeter. The flow of flattened quills on its body went in the same direction as the lay of the fallen crop. Analysis of the other porcupine showed that the blackness of the remains was not due to burning. Most animals probably sense something is about to happen and run away, but porcupines respond to danger by simply raising their spines and sitting tight.
In one crop formation, numerous dead flies were found stuck by their tongues to the seed heads of the plants, with their legs and wings spread out widely, as if in a spasm. Some appeared to have exploded. Other flies were still in a perfect state, but most were nevertheless dead. Some were still alive but stunned, and after being liberated from the plants, they flew away. F. Grassi argues that a fungus (Entomophtora muscae) is the most likely exlanation, rather than some mysterious circle-forming mechanism."http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/dp5/cropcirc1.htm