Strange Stem Anomalies in New Dutch Crop Circles

July 24, 2002  The Netherlands - Robert Boerman of the Dutch Crop Circle Archive called me tonight to report that two more circles have arrived in a Groote Keeten, northern Holland field that have a lot of twisted and bent seed heads, expulsion holes in the growth nodes and nodes that are cracked. He sent me some very good photographs tonight so I could see and compare them to similar anomalous stems from Avebury, Wiltshire and Whitefish, Montana in 1999. I'll begin with the historic background of the "somatic developmental abnormalities," named by W. C. Levengood, the Michigan biophysicist who has studied plants and soil from crop formations since the early 1990s.

1) Whitefish, Montana:

 Wheat from Whitefish, Montana, formation found August 6, 1999. Somatic developmental abnormality in looping and twisted stem between first growth node and wheat head similar to formation in Avebury, Wiltshire, England.  Photograph © 1999 by biophysicist, W. C. Levengood.
Wheat from Whitefish, Montana, formation found August 6, 1999. Somatic developmental abnormality in looping and twisted stem between first growth node and wheat head similar to formation in Avebury, Wiltshire, England.
Photograph © 1999 by biophysicist, W. C. Levengood.

 

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