Crop circles mysteriously appeared near the town of Wilbur in eastern Washington, where the women are strong, the men are above average, and the kids have a lot of time on their hands, if you asked some people. This Seattle Times story, however, quoted sources that said otherwise.
A team from BLT Research Team, a Cambridge, Mass.-based group that investigates crop circles, came away believing it was the "real McCoy," according to a summary of its research on the group's Web site. Among the evidence: bent — not crimped — stalks and cavities blown out of the wheat stalks, interpreted to mean they had been pushed down by a pulse of energy.
To me, they look like coffee rings on a napkin. From left to right, it's so apparent that's an espresso demitasse, a short americano, a tall latte and a french press pot. Am I obsessed with finding a good cuppa coffee or what?
Photo: Courtesey KHQ News as published in Seattle Times 08-13-09