Abnormalities Indicate Plasma Exposure
In 2009 UK Crop Circles

By Nancy Talbott
BLT Research Team Inc.


The "Phoenix" was just one of the dramatic "pictorial" crop formations which appeared in the fields of England last summer--and to our surprise the plant samples taken from it (and several of the other equally astounding formations) showed clear evidence of exposure to a plasma discharge: stunted and poorly-developed seed-heads, massive apical node elongation, expulsion cavities and--in several cases--node bending which could not be attributed to phototropism/gravitropism.

Many of the 2009 UK formation plants contained these changes--some to extreme degrees--while others did not. We were quite surprised to see that some of the formations we thought most likely to have been mechanically flattened were, apparently, not. To read the 3-part report see the BLT Research Team's web-site: http://www.bltresearch.com/fieldreports/uk2009.php.

Nancy Talbott
BLT Research Team Inc.
PO Box 400127
Cambridge, MA 02140 (USA)
617 492-0415

Credit: BLT Research Team Inc