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Shel 1 year ago
#9 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtO_KLxb2Mk
       
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Hal 1 year ago
       
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Adela 1 year ago
Vapor trails condense and disappear, chemtrails only widen and turn the entire sky like milk. They are not the same.
       
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Renius 1 year ago
Sooooo, if the sky is "milky" I should hide inside? ( ignoring your absolute lack of knowledge of the atmosphere, or water vapor under depressurized pressurized conditions.)
       
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Cilla 1 year ago
Here's another mystery that has been solved. Abridged 'facts' online are just someone else's opinion.
       
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Martha 1 year ago
Seems legit
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Abiel 1 year ago
#6 The church only exists for 2 reasons: to control people, and to make money. There is no god, only Zuul.
       
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Tine 1 year ago
Abiel, religion in general is created to control peoples lives. Especially their sex life, for some perverse reason.
       
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Crop Circles Can Be Created With Simple Ropes And Boards

Crop circles aren't evidence of aliens visiting Earth - the explanation is far more mundane. Reports of crop circles actually appear as early as the 16th century, however, they became an object of public fascination only in 1978, when one appeared in a field near Warminster, in Wiltshire, England. It was then that hundreds of crop circles appeared throughout southern England and all over the globe. As you could have expected, aliens were blamed by some for making them.. It was believed that crop circles were actually "flying saucer nests," or sites of UFO landings.

However, crop circles are all a hoax. Sorry, alien fans! Back in 1991, friends Doug Bower and Dave Chorley came forward and admitted they had created the original Wiltshire crop circle. They admitted they'd been inspired by a letter published in a 1963 issue of New Scientist about "flying saucer nests," and decided to have some fun and see if they could make one themselves. They even showed the BBC exactly how they made it: They used a contraption called a "stalk stomper," or a simple board with ropes tied on each end. One of them stood holding one end of the rope, while the other stretched the opposite end of the rope as far as it would go and walked in a circle, allowing the board to gently push over the plant stalks. Bower and Chorley admitted to making hundreds of crop circles across England, always working under the cover of darkness. Despite their admission, some people still believe that crop circles are UFO landing sites.

 

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