Are the UFO's and the Grain Circles real?
September 9, 2007 8:43pm CST
Do you believe that the photos and movies shot with home cameras and mobile phones of UFOs are real? I am talking about the once on YouTube.com, and different UFO web sites. And what about the grain circles? Do you believe there are extraterrestrials watching us, or trying to contact us, or to abduct us? Or is it the invention of a group of people trying to manipulate us - thus, someone's plan to make us believe they do exist? I used to believe in most of it, but lately, after reading several books, the latest being: " They cast no shadows..." I see how wrong I might have been. So I wonder how many of you do believe in their existence, and how many don't. And what is it that you believe in it, or not?
10 Sep 07
I've seen show probing this kind of odd occurence, it's called simply as "Crop Circles" in the WEST where it usually appears. National Geographic Channel documented it, it's says that they are mostly made by men. They use some plyborads, to flatten the surface of the grain field. They also have a rope, used as a protractor-like instrument to make the shapes as perfect as possible. I think it was in NGC's "Is it Real" program, where they try to solve unsual things like myths and legends.
10 Sep 07
I never believe about all the stories of UFO. It is only an imaginary created by film production to boost up the filming industry. The first documentary film about UFO sold out to all TV stations through out the world. I forgot the exact selling figures but tons of money had been made by the producer.
• United States
10 Sep 07
They could be real, and then again they could be fake. I know of at least one instance where a person does fake crop circles on farms and fields. I for one believe there is more to the galaxy and universe and there might be extraterrestrial visitors. And yes I'm well aware of fakes, hoaxes and liars in this topic at large. I've also seen some of the specials, the videos and some testimony from pilots, NASA specialists, cosmonauts and others. A few of the videos did pose some major questions (I don't care what you think, nothing on earth and no space body can simply perfect right angle in front of a NASA craft). Others of course were fake or questionable (issues of shadows, lighting and motion blur). Still, there is more to this than meets the eye. I wonder if humanity will ever learn the truth about this.