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The Deepening Complexity of Crop Circles: Scientific Research and Urban Legends

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Though they are not just a recent phenomenon, during the past few decades new crop circles have been reported worldwide at the rate of about one per day, creating considerable controversy over their origin and cause. Theoretical experimental physicist Eltjo Haselhoff presents a comprehensive overview of these beautiful and mysterious formations. His research includes a sci ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published November 2nd 2001 by Frog Books
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aloveiz
Well, the destinction of Best Crop Circle Book I've Read is deserved here but still not much of a compliment. I like how the author tries to be even-handed by giving voice to the concerns of the scientific community and to the concerns of the spiritualist, circle-worshipping, paranormality-chasers --no small feat. That being said, the concerns of the signature circle chasers don't deserve to be regarded, so where's the sense in appeasing them? The scientific half of the book is tainted by the pa ...more
Sally
Good coverage of the subject, that doesn't put forth any answers but presents data on the subject, particularly from northern Europe. The author doesn't have a particular ax to grind beyond wanting the subject to be taken seriously as a research subject.
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