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Investigation into Dark Energy as the Cause of Anomalous Electromagnetic Activity Observed in the Vicinity of Crop Formations

I saw three separate devices fail within 10 minutes, at the edge and inside of this crop circle, Fyfield Down 1999.

The author witnessed three separate electronic devices fail within 10 minutes, at the edge and inside, of this crop circle at Fyfield Down 1999.

Crop circles and formations have long been associated with electronic anomalies in cameras, batteries, and other electronic equipment. Upon entering or being in the vicinity of a formation, visitors sometimes report their cameras and compasses malfunctioning, batteries rapidly draining, temporal anomalies, and even unexplained aerial luminosities. Other formations seem to have unexplained magnetic effects on compasses and magnetometers. We estimate that roughly 5 percent of all crop formation visits have these effects, regardless of whether the crop circles are man made or not. The author saw this effect first-hand in 1999, in a man made circle in the U.K., when three electronic devices stopped working within a few minutes. The cause of this perplexing phenomena has been unknown. We suggest that some crop circles are interacting with a cosmic scalar “quintessence” field known as dark energy, the so-called fifth force, producing subtle alterations to Maxwell’s formulas. This would cause the static field of the crop formation to create very weak electrical currents. Dark energy is thought to make up around 68 percent of the total mass-energy of the universe and have a strength, on average, of about one joule per square kilometer. The aforementioned electromagnetic anomalies could be caused by crop formations’ crystalline-like lattice structures interaction with a quintessence field. In this way, we could also describe electrically active crop circles as Dark Energy Circuits (DECs) or attractors.

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New Crop Circle Interview–Secrets Revealed!

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Another Camera Failure in a Crop Circle–East Kennett, July 2011

We sometimes see this type of unexplained electronic equipment failure as we visit the U.K. crop circles with our tour group. The camera affected this time is a new Canon Rebel EOs T2i in the East Kennett formation. It lost it’s ability to focus as the person stepped into the formation, then it completely lost power for a few minutes.  A few hours later it had completely recovered. (My camera video recorder also failed briefly as I attempted to record this anomalous event.)

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New Crop Circle Stunner

Courtesy of Olivier Morrel

Here’s the latest U.K. crop circle at Liddington Castle, Wiltshire. This particular formation has a “lens-type” effect. What is it and what does it mean?

See more pictures here.

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Second U.K. Crop Formation of the Year

If you haven’t seen it, this is the second known formation in the U.K. this year. It appeared near Stonehenge around May 9th and it’s a whopper!  Read more about the Stonehenge Formation here.
(Photos © 2010 by Chris Bird.)

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First U.K. Crop Circle of the Year

The first U.K. crop circle of the year has appeared, the so-called “Badger Formation,” on May 5th, by Old Sarum. (Discovered by Badger of Disclose TV.) See it here.

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Toyota, Chaos Theory, and Crop Circles

For the last century or so, technology has been a great driving force behind many global economic growth. Businesses have seen technology as a pathway to success and profits. The recent unexplained behavior of some Toyota cars with electronic throttle controls calls this belief into question. While many of us see technology as something that brings predictability and comfort into our lives and have a great deal of faith in it, there is also another side to technology: that of unexpected consequences and uncertainty.

The sociologist Charles Perrow pointed out several decades ago that “tightly-coupled” systems were prone to unanticipated failures as the result of the close proximity of many sensitive and interactive parts. Examples include Chernobyl, Three-Mile Island, and the Space Shuttle Challenger disasters. Then, in the 80’s and 90’s, chaos theory and fractal geometry showed us that highly complex systems are likely to experience unintended consequences as a result of the non-linear interactions that erupt in many types of “non-equilibrium” systems (i.e., weather, living things). In certainly could be argued that modern automobiles, while not quite living things, are also tightly-coupled systems that are sometimes subject to non-linear behavior.

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New Link Found Between Liquid Crystals and Superconductors: Crop Circle Connection?

I’ve always suspected a link between crop circle anomalies and room-temperature superconductivity. And I’ve argued many times that crop circles may behave like liquid crystals, such as those in your mobile phone or computer flat screen display. New research brings these theoretical connections a bit closer. An article in New Scientist, (January 16, 2010–“Liquid crystal link to superconductor mystery), explains how “electronic liquid crystals” may, in fact, be behind the mystery of high-temperature superconductivity: a heretofore unexplained phenomenon where electrons pair up and electrical resistance in a room-temperature material drops to near zero. In other words, the material spontaneously conducts electricity much more efficiently, a process that usually only happens at extreme cold temperatures.
Researchers used a special type of tunneling microscope to actually see the electrons in an iron-based superconductor. When they did, the researchers observed electrons as “faint striped patterns created by quantum effects” that cause the electrons to line up in a particular direction. To me this seems very analogous to the swirled, directional patterns of wheat or other grain materials in a crop formation that makes them look just like layered liquid crystals. Could they actually be liquid crystals?
The Nobel laureate Brian Josephson, one of the pioneers in superconductivity, suggested controversially that it may be related to remote viewing and other related phenomena. To me, this recent research, brings us one step closer to understanding how the directional, swirled patterns of crop circle lay is related to the weird battery draining and camera destroying effects that are consistently reported from time to time by visitors, including the author, to crop circles.

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