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CROP CIRCLES MEASUREMENTS WITH 5-ELEMENT SENSOR, JULY 2006, ENGLAND
Instrumental studies of crop circles have been conducted for many years. The difficulty of this process is not the subject itself, but an unpredictable time, location, and a short time of its existence. It is commonly accepted that crop circles may be both artificial man-made and natural A lot of interesting facts may be found in Internet , for example, in www.WikipediÐ°.com; www.lucypringle.co.uk/photos/2006/Ð°ug.shtml; www.crystalinks.com/croptheories.html.
We were able to take measurements inside the fresh crop circle at Windmill Hill, Wiltshire, 23.07.06 together with our colleagues Lucy Pringle, Roger Teilor and Konstantin Pavlidis.
Protocol of measurements
The 5-Element Sensor is a patented computer operated attachment to the GDV Camera for registration of dynamical patterns from several sensors dependent on their resonance frequency [Korotkov K, 2006].
Measurements in England, July 2006 were conducted in several locations;
Inside the barn at the local farm nearby the Windmill Hill, Wiltshire, 23.07.06 starting at 12.00;
Inside the crop circle at Windmill Hill, Wiltshire, 23.07.06 starting at 14.30.
In the garden of Dr. Roger Taylor, Albury, Guildford, 26.07.06, starting at 12.00;
Nearby the Church of St. Martha On-The-Hill, Albury, Guildford, 26.07.06, starting at 15.00;
Inside the Saxon Church, Albury, Guildford, 26.07.06, starting at 16.00
Measurements were done in two phases:
1. Measuring 5 different sensors with the 5-Element Device in the following regime: 30 experimental points for the first sensor with 3 seconds interval, then transition to the next sensor; 30 experimental points for the second sensor with 3 seconds interval, then transition to the next sensor; and so on for all 5 sensors; all in all it was 5 rounds. This way we had 150 experimental points for every sensor taken in 5 sessions with 360 seconds interval. All the process took 450 seconds x 5 rounds = 2250 seconds or approximately 42 minutes. Sensors were as follows:
Three earth sensors.
2. Measuring electrophotonic emission from the 10 fingers for 6 people first in the barn and then inside the crop circle.
Experimental data have been processed in the GDV Scientific Laboratory program produced by KTI Company, the following parameters have been calculated for the dynamical data: Area, Intensity, Form Coefficient, Entropy; and, for human measurements: Energy Field Area, Diagram and Chakra Energy distribution.
Experimental conditions: temperature 24 0C; sunny; little cloudy, little wind; atmospheric pressure 1014 mBar. Distance between locations at Windmill Hill was about 2000 m.
1. 5-ELEMENT DATA
Area dynamics for all the sensors demonstrated a calm character with little decrease in the first set of measurements. Same behavior was found for Intensity parameter in initial measurements. Form Coefficient parameter demonstrated little increase in the first set of measurements with a following calm character. Entropy parameter was practically stable.
Crop circle measurements
Both Area and Intensity demonstrated strong increase of parameters during all the measurement process. Form Coefficient parameter demonstrated decrease during all the measurement process. Entropy parameter was practically stable.
Statistically significant difference (p < 0.0001) was found between initial and crop circle data for Area and Intensity. Less significant difference was for the Form Coefficient, and no difference for Entropy.
2. HUMAN ENERGY MEASUREMENTS (SEE PICTURES)
Statistically significant increase (p < 0.0001) of the Energy Field Area and Diagram parameters for all people in the crop circle area was found. Chakra changes were specific for different people (initial data are shaded on the graphs).
3. MEASUREMENTS IN ALBURY, 26.07.06 (SEE PICTURES)
All three measurements demonstrated very calm, linear dynamics without any particular features.
Both 5-Element data and human measurements demonstrated statistically significant changes in the crop circles area. 5-Element parameters demonstrated strong time dynamics in the process of measurements. These may be part of a much longer cycle of variations. We draw attention to the differing character of the time dynamics shown by different sensors, which indicates that the changes are a property of the environment, and not a device error. Further, during 10 years of experience with the GDV Camera this type of strong increase of parameters has never been seen as an artefact. It is very unlikely to have significant changes of Human Energy parameters in 2.5 hours for all participants without some strong influence. Measurements were all done in the same small location, and in the same mild weather conditions.
Measurements at three different locations in Albury demonstrated very calm dynamics without any peculiarities.
We may conclude that, in this experiment, the area of the crop circle had a significant influence both on sensor parameters and human psycho-physiological condition.
However, serious doubts about the authenticity of this Windmill Hill crop circle were expressed by those present who had had long experience of crop circles. This arose first from the absence of the dowsing reactions, which have come to be taken to indicate genuine circles. And when, later, the aerial photographs became available, it was very clear from irregularity of its form that it was likely to be the poorly-executed work of human beings. Our results are not intended to add something to this discussion: it was only a single measurement at one location only. These results demonstrate the presence of a strong energy anomaly, but do not tell us whether it was due to the crop circle or to some earth energy not associated with the circle, or else perhaps to unusual environmental conditions. It is evident that the 5-Element Sensor is a sensitive tool to study energy anomalies, and a lot of data should be collected before drawing more definite conclusions.
Water sensor Area Earth Sensor Area
Flat line inside the barn; ascending line inside the crop circle.
Statistical analysis for Water Sensor Measurements in Albury, 26.07.06. Area Saxon Church
Human Energy Field outside and inside the crop circle. Statistical Analysis for Charles Area