Bill Hamilton of Skywatch International looks at the possibility that military satellites are using lasers to produce crop circles. He explains Shimmer: "The result of?atmospheric turbulence, air density, light refraction, cloud cover, and wind" and tells how it would effect a laser being beamed from space. Hamilton says, "The power density required at the target site has to be precise so as not to ignite a dry crop and yet penetrate the atmosphere. Even by penetrating the atmosphere and attenuating below ignition temperatures, how is the beam focused on the lower point of stalks?" To read his viewpoint about this possibility,click here.
Listen to Dreamland on August 31 when Whitley Strieber interviews William Gazecki, director of the new documentary film ?Crop Circles: Quest for Truth.? Click on Dreamland tab, top right of homepage, for information about the show.
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