Circles are Unexplained Phenomenon

Rivalry Side A | Other | Strange

Crop Circles are Man Made Hoax. Joke.

Rivalry Side B | Other | Strange

Locally in Madisonville, TN our newspaper just covered a second group of crop circles appearing in fields just out of town. The first set was several years ago. Are they a man made joke (art) or are they unexplainable phenomenon’s? Aliens?


Posted by in Other / Strange on 5/16/11
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  1. TNinfidel (1 votes)

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Side B Comment

DollyFan - 7/30/11 @ 3:57 PM:
I believe they are hoaxes.

And on the quake insurance, it's probably not a bad idea. We had two quakes last year that didn't cause damage but were definitley felt, ans as "mama kaz" stated....we are due for a major one. I know enough to know about the 1812 quake, too. You never know when the next one will hit.

Neutral Comment

cutie122403 - 7/28/11 @ 8:20 PM:
I really don't know exactly where I stand. I don't really believe in crop circles but I can't explain where they would come from.

Side A Comment

mama kaz - 5/27/11 @ 1:31 PM:
About the earthquake comment, the New Madrid Fault which is located in Tennessee, unleashed an earthquake in 1812 that was so strong it actually changed the course of the Mississippi river. It was one of the strongest quakes in recorded history. Unfortunately, we are overdue for another significant quake on this fault.

Side A Comment

mama kaz - 5/23/11 @ 11:03 AM:
The first crop circle that appeared in 2008 was investigated by crop circle experts and they determined it was not man made. The second one was determined to be a hoax. I have not yet heard what they had to say about the most recent one. I can tell you that if a bunch of kids were out in a field in front of my house long enough to create something like that in the middle of the night I would hear them and I believe the older lady who lives right by it would have certainly heard or seen something. Just because we don't understand something doesn't mean it isn't possible.

Side B Comment

lynx55 - 5/16/11 @ 2:39 PM:
Exactly. I am very surprised everyone doesn't KNOW this...some people must really live in a cave! ;)

Side A Comment

TNinfidel - 5/16/11 @ 2:36 PM:
They've been proven to be a hoax. Some of the creators even showed how they did it. Some people will believe things no matter the evidence to the contrary. Heck, they'll even buy earthquake insurance in EAST Tennessee! ;o)
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