Crop circles formations in fields have been documented several times in the late 20th century. They have been attributed to anything from paranormal activity to human pranksters to the weather–and in some instances, even wallabies. Physicist Richard Taylor of the University of Oregon take away at least a few traditional arguments of the tools associated in making the circles. Taylor contends that in the modern age, planks and ropes (to flatten crops) and even bar stools to transfer from one place to another not being noticed, are just too difficult to generate results in the relatively short period of their innovative incubation. Instead, he asserted that modern crop-circle designers make use of high-tech devices such as GPS monitors to make shapes and magnetrons to cause the crop stalks fall over at an amazing quick speed.
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