Part 1:  “Greatest Equation Ever” in Binary Code in Wiltshire Oilseed Rape

“You see the windmill and see the circle and they seem connected. And then to see Euler’s equation relating to the circular idea just fitted in beautifully with it!  So, I was mightily impressed with the whole design!”

- Richard Andrews, U. K. Web Designer

 

Far right red circle marks the Wilton Windmill in Wilton, Wiltshire, England, a few miles southeast of the ancient double stone circles of Avebury (upper left red circle).  Since the late 1980s, Avebury, Silbury Hill and the Vale of Pewsey south of Avebury have been the focus of most U. K. crop formations.
Far right red circle marks the Wilton Windmill in Wilton, Wiltshire, England, a few miles southeast of the ancient double stone circles of Avebury (upper left red circle).  Since the late 1980s, Avebury, Silbury Hill and the Vale of Pewsey south of Avebury have been the focus of most U. K. crop formations.
 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. Aerial photograph © 2010 by Lucy Pringle. Images and information by:  Cropcircleconnector.com
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. Aerial photograph © 2010 by Lucy Pringle. Images and information by:  Cropcircleconnector.com

June 1, 2010  Guildford, Surrey, England - Richard Andrews was staring at Lucy Pringle's aerial photograph (above) on his computer screen after midnight on Sunday, May 23, 2010. Richard is a freelance web designer and administrator who was born 46 years ago in Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire county about thirty miles west of London. After high school in 1982, Richard first worked for a year on a degree in environmental psychology at the University of Surrey. Then he went to Africa to work on a game reserve. By 1994, he had earned a Diploma in Heritage Interpretation from the University of London's Birkbeck College. He's currently writing a book entitled The Temple of the Grail, which he plans to publish in the near future. Richard is also an administrator for DailyGrail.com owned by Greg Taylor, a website that explores the edges of science and history, including the worldwide phenomenon of crop formations.

 

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