Biophysicist W. C. Levengood’s Crop Circle Reports Available for First Time On Internet

W. C. Levengood, Biophysicist, in his Pinelandia Biophysical Laboratory, Grass Lake, Michigan. Photograph by Linda Moulton Howe.
W. C. Levengood, Biophysicist, in his Pinelandia Biophysical Laboratory, Grass Lake, Michigan. Photograph by Linda Moulton Howe.

May 24, 2004  Grass Lake, Michigan - Biophysicist W. C. Levengood is convinced that whatever causes the crop circle phenomenon uses a rapid and intense energy which produces cell changes in affected plants. By the summer of 2000, Levengood had studied plants from at least three hundred crop formations in Israel, Australia, Canada, the United States, England and Holland. He found a repeating pattern of biochemical and biophysical changes in formation plants and magnetic anomalies in soils which lead him to conclude that what was interacting with crop formation plants and soil was 'a spinning plasma vortex.' But what was creating the vortices? 

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