This happened a while
ago but I just thought you might like a laugh on the longest & as
far as I can tell the hottest day of the y

The design pictured above appeared beside Wilton Windmill late on Friday night 28th May.
Lucy Pringle, a founder of the Centre for Crop Circle Studies, was one of the first on the scene. She says:
“What has happened in this particular crop circle is that there are 12 segments and within each segment there are 8 partly concentric rings. Each of these segments indicates a binary code based on 0 and 1. If you use an Ascii Table, which is a computer calculation system, the pattern transposes itself into a tantalising approximation of Euler’s equation.”
So now you know !

Here are some more pretty pictures, sorry, important messages made by pissed yokels/maths students, sorry again, intelligent alien visitors ! If you want a better look at them, and who ever made them you have to admit that they are wonderful, click on the picture to see a larger version.

As I can’t make
it to Stonehenge for the usual sacred rite/piss-up, I’m spending the
day with my feet in the fridge, listening to Christmas carols, with
tinsel wrapped around my neck, knocking back brandy & praying for summer to be over & the snow to fall !


About An Elephant's Child

Like the elephant's child I am filled with insatiable curiousity. I REALLY AM THE PERSON YOUR MOTHER WARNED YOU ABOUT.
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