NatGeo – Crop Circles – Skewing the evidence?
Posted by lamarzulli on February 24, 2010
I watched a program on the National Geographic channel last night about crop circles. At first I thought it might contain some new information in regard to last summers rash of circles. I was disappointed as Nat Geo has an ax to grind and it is this. They have a predetermined world view that skews their programs. First off they are dyed-in-the-wool Darwinist. They trumpet the theory of evolution like there’s no tomorrow. They do not believe in anything supernatural and that’s the great divide between their world view and mine. They hired a group of crop circle artist who were able to produce a very complex crop circle that looked like the real thing. It was similar to the picture to the left although not nearly as complex or large. They also showed a movie where sphere’s of light create a crop circle in a field. The first time I saw this film, I thought it was a hoax and sure enough it turned out to be one. They focused on evidence that would point away from real circles and instead skewed the evidence so that their conclusion would be what they wanted. The picture below is from a documentary that Nat Geo produced showing a crop circle being made with the aid of lights at night. Last nights show appeared to be more genuine though, as the crop circle artist worked feverishly in the dark. Nat Geo neglected to comment or introduce the work of W.C. LEVENGOOD and JOHN A. BURKE who have investigated crop circles and found that there are real anomalies in the circles that are genuine. The crop is sometimes interwoven together. This is impossible with a stalk stomper, which is a board that presses the crop down. They have shown that the nodes of the stems are blown out as if a burst of energy was responsible for heating the water inside the plant, similar to a microwave. Nat Geo avoided credible witnesses who have watched real balls of light create the circles, and instead focused on the video hoax. Do you think they have an agenda? Is the evidence skewed and predetermined? In my opinion the answer is a resounding yes. Then there’s the off duty policeman who reported seeing three, tall, beings with long blond hair standing in a circle in England last year. When he approached the figures they ran away from him at superhuman speeds and vanished. The bottom line is this. Something strange is going on in the fields. Whoever is creating these circles do so with impunity. Like the cattle mutilations the phenomena continues year after year with no signs of slowing down. While there are hoaxsters who are obfuscating the phenomena by creating phony circles there are genuine circles being created. Nat Geo is an organization that is supposed to be scientifically based. With Climate gate fresh in everyones mind it makes one wonder whether the scientist who has an agenda, like global warming, can be trusted to present the real facts of the case and not a misrepresentation.
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