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Scientific evidence concerning the origin of (Robbert's) crop circles.

Scientific evidence concerning the origin of (Robbert's) crop circles.

In 1999, Eltjo Haselhoff (PHD in physics) investigated a crop circle in Hoeven, behind the house of Robbert van den Broeke. The findings have been peer reviewed and published in a scientific journal. (Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol.28, no.1, 2014)


In 2010, Eltjo together with Robert Boerman conducted a control experiment. They made a copy of the crop circle from 1999 in another field. From it, the same samples were taken and investigated as was done back then. A comparison was made of the node lengths in the corn stalks. Generally speaking, the conclusion is that this man made circle shows completely different results than the original. In the circle of 2010 the node lengths of the corn stalks hardly differ from each other. In 1999, the nodes became increasingly elongated towards the center of the circle. This confirms the results as published in 1999. The deviations (anomalies) in the circle of 1999 could not have been caused by wind damage, the sun or by simply flattening the grain with mechanical aids.

Haselhoff is the author of several publications in the field of crop circles, including the book The Deepening Complexity of Crop Circles, which is published in five languages. Haselhoff has a PHD in physics and worked out the ball of light – theory, based on measurements. His theory, in short, is that some crop circles originate in the presence of balls of light which emit electromagnetic radiation.

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Bron: Society for Scientific Exploration

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