Part 1:  U. K. Farmers Impressed by High Strangeness in Crop Formations

“As we pulled out of the ground some of those crisp, 90-degree bent - but uncreased and unbroken - canola stems to show the farmer and to show him that the petals on the canola were completely intact, that angry farmer started to completely soften.”

- Gary King, Videographer, CropCircleReporter.com

On September 26, 2010, Earthfiles Reporter and Editor Linda Moulton Howe landing in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to speak for “Science Discusses the Crop Circle Phenomenon” organized by MIST Productions and the good efforts of Brazilian producers Marta Jaramillo and Anna Sharp. Image © 2010 by Linda Moulton Howe.
On September 26, 2010, Earthfiles Reporter and Editor Linda Moulton Howe landing in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to speak for “Science Discusses the Crop Circle Phenomenon” organized by MIST Productions and the good efforts of Brazilian producers Marta Jaramillo and Anna Sharp. Image © 2010 by Linda Moulton Howe.
Rain forest-covered volcanic walls rise straight up from many streets of the beautiful, French-Portuguese style Rio surrounded by the breath-taking beauty of wild nature and the powerful Atlantic Ocean. September 26, 2010 image © by Linda Moulton Howe.
Rain forest-covered volcanic walls rise straight up from many streets of the beautiful, French-Portuguese style Rio surrounded by the breath-taking beauty of wild nature and the powerful Atlantic Ocean. September 26, 2010 image © by Linda Moulton Howe.
Our hotel was across the street from the beach that ended at a rain forest mountain rising into the misty clouds.  September 26, 2010 image © by Linda Moulton Howe.
Our hotel was across the street from the beach that ended at a rain forest mountain rising into the misty clouds.  September 26, 2010 image © by Linda Moulton Howe.
Rain came and went during our stay in Rio de Janeiro, but on September 27, 2010, I was able to photograph atop the 2,400-foot-tall Corcovado Mountain, Rio’s most famous monument, Christ The Redeemer (Cristo Redentor). Constructed in 1931, Christ The Redeemer stands upright 98 feet tall and weighs 1.4 million pounds (700 tons), with outstretched, protective arms over Rio. Image © 2010 by Linda Moulton Howe.
Rain came and went during our stay in Rio de Janeiro, but on September 27, 2010, I was able to photograph atop the 2,400-foot-tall Corcovado Mountain, Rio’s most famous monument, Christ The Redeemer (Cristo Redentor). Constructed in 1931, Christ The Redeemer stands upright 98 feet tall and weighs 1.4 million pounds (700 tons), with outstretched, protective arms over Rio. Image © 2010 by Linda Moulton Howe.
September 27, 2010, in lobby of Copacabana Palace Hotel, Rio de Janeiro. L-R: Speaker Jonathan Paul de Vierville, San Antonio, Texas; Clara Lucia Gomez, Colombia; speaker Linda Moulton Howe, Albuquerque, New Mexico; speaker Gary King, Melksham, Wiltshire, England; MIST producer Marta Jaramillo, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
September 27, 2010, in lobby of Copacabana Palace Hotel, Rio de Janeiro. L-R: Speaker Jonathan Paul de Vierville, San Antonio, Texas; Clara Lucia Gomez, Colombia; speaker Linda Moulton Howe, Albuquerque, New Mexico; speaker Gary King, Melksham, Wiltshire, England; MIST producer Marta Jaramillo, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

October 9, 2010  Albuquerque, New Mexico - On September 23, 2010, I flew from Albuquerque to Sao Paulo, Brazil, to join four other speakers to present information about global crop formations before two audiences in Sao Paulo on September 25th and in Rio de Janeiro on September 26th. The conference title was “Science Discusses the Crop Circle Phenomenon” organized by MIST Productions and the good efforts of Brazilian producers Marta Jaramillo and Anna Sharp. 

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