Crop Circles are a well known rural occurrence in the summer growing season months, but what is a juvenile, OCD alien to do in the long cold winter months?
Perhaps Greg Newkirk over at Who Forted has found the answer for us.
Thanks to the film Signs, most people, even those without interests into the fringe, fortean, and Ufological have at least a cursory knowledge of crop circles and their designs. While it might still be far too cold for their to be any crops in Connecticut, they still got the circles.. in the snow.
Residents of New Haven first noticed the patterns appear downtown early this morning, but not very many of the locals were too impressed.
“I think it’s somebody who has a lot of time on their hands, so they decided to have some fun in the snow,” Gloria Caprio told WFSB Channel 3. Even internationally recognized crop circle detective and author of Circular Evidence Colin Andrews took the time to check out the strange symbols.
“The lack of symmetry, which I have seen around the world with regard to crop circles isn’t here. The spiral symmetry from an elevated position lacks preciseness,” he said with a very authoritative British accent.
Apparently, Andrews has investigated Snow Circles in the Netherlands, but claims that the largest photographed snow circle was actually photographed outside of MIT in Boston in 1993. You can check out the photograph of that formation here, but be forewarned: it lacks symmetry.
You can scope out the full Channel 3 piece on the Connecticut Snow Circles at Fox5 Vegas.
I am personally appalled at the close minded attitude of the people interviewed in this supernatural occurrence. It would take temperatures in excess of 32 degrees Fahrenheit to melt snow like that! Why do these temperature variances not melt the surrounding snow?? Do people ever think of that? And symmetry, schmmemmetry, these are highly advanced beings who have passed through other dimensions to attain a level of techno/spiritual awareness unknown to us. Why should we assume they possess our sense of aesthetics? We should not, it is pure humano-centrist thinking to assume such a thing.
There is clearly a message here for City Planner’s offices of Connecticut and for the nations of the world. Your side walks need not be straight! And keep them clear of snow, people can get hurt dammit!