Tonight on Dreamland, Linda Moulton Howe and Lucy Pringle will both announce their findings on the Chilbolton crop formations.

On August 14, 2001, an extraordinary crop formation was discovered in a field near the Chilbolton Radio Telescope. A few days later, another formation was observed.

The formations were first recorded by Lucy Pringle, and have subsequently been studied by Pringle, Linda Moulton Howe and many others. Lucy Pringle and Linda Moulton Howe have both studied the formations extensively, Linda from the standpoint of scientific analysis of the crop in the formations, and Lucy from a detailed on-the-ground analysis as well.
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On June 13, 1999, a crop formation was discovered at Chilbolton that represented a Sierpenski Sieve, a type of fractal that is used in the construction of Fractal antennas.

The formation appeared close to the Chilbolton Radio Telescope, in the same area that a recent schematic of the 1975 Arecibo transmission and an apparent face have appeared. (See news links below.)

Fractal antennas are a recent innovation that allows much more precise tuning than normal antennas. The Sierpenski Sieve, in particular, is a fractal design used as a monopole over an infinite ground plane.
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Linda Moulton Howe will present a one hour special tonight on Dreamland about the developing crop circle situation in England. The special will cover the Milk Hill fractal and the two Chilbolton formations.

Noted crop circle researcher Charles Mallett will be her first guest, discussing the new formations live with Linda and Whitley.

Her second guest will be Paul Vigny, Director of the,Independent Research Center for Unexplained Phenomena in Hampshire, England, who was the first person to recognize the relationship between the Chilbolton schematic and the 1975 Arecibo radio telescope transmission.
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