Part 2: “Greatest Equation Ever” in Binary Code in Wiltshire Oilseed Rape

“I have tried to stand on a mature oilseed rape stem
and that plant will crack, will snap, at the base. ...There were
lots of stems in the Wilton Windmill formation flattened close to the
ground without any breakage.”

- Andrew Pyrka, Cropcircle Investigator

 

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Wilton Windmill is upper right blue circle. Stonehenge is the bottom left blue circle. The ancient double stone circles of Avebury near Silbury Hill and Windmill Hill are the upper left blue circle.
Wilton Windmill is upper right blue circle. Stonehenge is the bottom left blue circle. The ancient double stone circles of Avebury near Silbury Hill and Windmill Hill are the upper left blue circle.
300-foot-diameter formation in 5-foot-tall oilseed rape near the Wilton Windmill in Wiltshire, England, first reported around noon on Saturday, May 22, 2010, by pilot Busty Taylor. Aerial image © 2010 by Lucy Pringle. Images and information by:  Cropcircleconnector.com.
300-foot-diameter formation in 5-foot-tall oilseed rape near the Wilton Windmillin Wiltshire, England, first reported around noon on Saturday, May 22, 2010, by pilot Busty Taylor. Aerial image © 2010 by Lucy Pringle.
Images and information by: 
Cropcircleconnector.com.
 Aerial photograph © 2010 by Lucy Pringle. Images and information by:  Cropcircleconnector.com
Aerial photograph © 2010 by Lucy Pringle.
Images and information by:  Cropcircleconnector.com
Saturday, May 22, 2010, 5 PM, inside the 5-foot-tall oilseed rape formation with Wilton Windmill in background only a few hours after first noon report of discovery in Wilton, Wiltshire County, England. Image © 2010 by Andrew Pyrka.
Saturday, May 22, 2010, 5 PM, inside the 5-foot-tall oilseed rape formation with Wilton Windmill in background only a few hours after first noon report of discovery in Wilton, Wiltshire County, England. Image © 2010 by Andrew Pyrka.

June 3, 2010  Wilton, Wiltshire, England - Two English researchers and videographers got to the Wilton Windmill formation within hours after the first report around noon on Saturday, May 22, 2010, by pilot Busty Taylor. The first one in was 44-year-old Gary King who moved from the Cardiff region to Wiltshire County two and a half years ago after being present during a night to sunup hillside nightwatch on July 7, 2007. To his astonishment, in the 3:45 AM early dawn, a large pattern with at least 150 circles was visible in the East Field when there had been no formation the day before. He had been intrigued by crop formations since 1997, but that 07-07-07 East Field event turned him into a passionate investigator. “My life has never been the same since then,” Gary told me. [ See 071407 Earthfiles in Archive.]

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