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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Yahoo!: Mysterious grids found in Chinese desert

Somehow, this headline rang a bell and after ample consideration I suddenly remembered why it sounded so familiar and what it reminded me off; all those mysterious crop circles which supposedly were made by aliens as either a form of entertainment, communication, or artwork.

Even though the wildest speculations about these crop circles lingered around for the longest time, they eventually were proven to be the handiwork of some very humanly pranksters and I can't help but wonder if this is just another way of stirring up and fooling the world.

According to the article, the material these grids consist of is unknown. That would only increase the suspicion that they are not constructed by human hands, which only leaves us with the option of an E.T. drawing figures in the sand.

Sorry, but I am not convinced and I certainly wouldn't be surprised if eventually it turns out that the person who noticed and shared these grids with the world came to the conclusion that there was a very simple explanation for both the grids and the 'unknown' material.

The worm which was randomly eating away at his computer screen!



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