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Crop Circles

30 The Silbury Star was shocking in its originality. It took the form of a 240 foot Koch fractal. Based on a large equilateral triangle, the system develops by adding further triangles, 13 the size of the original, to every surface. This protocol can continue for ever and theoretically produces a perimeter of infinite length. Silbury Hill had, at 0.86 acres, the largest single area of laid crop ever seen in a formation, a record it was to hold for a year. Every circle around the perimeter had a differently formed centre. There were cones and wigwams, doughnuts, birds nests, swirls and radials. The Milk Hill formation was virtually identical to its older sister at Silbury but had developed a decorative central feature. At Olivers Castle a young man, spending the night on a crop watch, filmed the rapid passage of four spheres of light which seemed to trigger the appearance of the elegant snowflake. Silbury Hill, 23rd July 1997 Milk Hill, 8th August 1997 Below Etchilhampton, 19th July 1993 Olivers Castle, 11th August 1996 BeauTiful snowflakes fractals in the crops 31
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