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The physical changes (listed below) documented in crop circle plants by Michigan biophysicist W.C. Levengood have been determined by evaluating hundreds of sample plants — both downed and standing — taken from inside the overall perimeter of each formation against hundreds of control plants taken at varying distances outside each formation, in several directions. More than 250 individual crop formations from multiple countries, over a 10-year period were examined in-depth. Although many of the formations studied were relatively “simple” in overall design and/or relatively “small” in overall size (primarily because of BLT's financial and/or personnel limitations, particularly in Europe), many larger and more “complex” formations — those whose overall design included intricate geometric shapes with multiple design elements of varying sizes — are represented here.

Many of the formations occurred in European countries and, in those cases, the plants were dried-down in open air for 4-6 weeks prior to shipping to the U.S. Some of the U.S. and Canadian formations were shipped while still green. The physical changes found in these crop circle plants, outlined below, have all been determined to be statistically significant at the 95% level of confidence:


On the microscopic level, abnormal enlargement of cell wall pits in bract tissue (a thin membrane which surrounds the seed- head and through which nutrients pass to the developing seed) were found. This examination utilizes the optical microscope and is quite time-consuming and, although useful in the early, exploratory stages of the research, was replaced when equally reliable criteria were subsequently discovered.


Enlarged (both laterally and longitudinally) plant stem nodes – the fibrous “knucle-like” protuberances found spaced along the plant stem beneath the seed-head, technically called “pulvini.” Although these nodes are sometimes enlarged both laterally (they are “fatter”) and longitudinally (they are “stretched”), extensive laboratory work has determined that it is the node elongation (the stretching) that is a permanent effect caused by the formation energies – and so this is the parameter now used. ….


In 1993 a crop formation at Cherhill, England was discovered in which some of the epicenter plants were coated with an iron “glaze,” composed of fused particles of apparent meteoritic origin. This coating consisted of comingled iron oxides (hematite and magnetite) fused into a heterogeneous mass, which was actually embedded in some of the plant tissue.

This crop formation formed during the annual August Perseids meteor shower. Levengood and Burke hypothesize (see “Semi-Molten Meteoric Iron Associated with a Crop Formation”) that microscopic particles of meteoric dust (which are filtering toward earth constantly as meteors burn upon entering the earth's atmosphere, and which would be more abundant during an actual meteor shower) were drawn into the descending plasma system by the strong magnetic fields known to be associated with plasmas, then heated to a molten state by the microwaves (also known to be associated with plasma systems) prior to impact with the earth's surface…