May 26

Ny kornsirkel i England med matematisk budskap

Wed, 05/26/2010 - 21:27 — F.R.R.

Det har dukket opp en ny kornsirkel i Wiltshire i England, kjent for Stonehenge og utgravde hvite hester i åsene. Og denne kornsirkelen har et spesielt matematisk budskap, formelen Eulers Identity (e ^ ( i * Pi ) + 1 = 0) som mange mener er den vakreste formelen i verden.

Sirkelen oppstod brått for noen dager siden. 

Når det gjelder slike kornsirkler vil mange beskrive det hele som ablegøyer og sprøyt, mens slike matematiske uttrykk, som det har vært flere av tidligere, gir et inntrykk av en intelligens bak disse som er høyst uvanlig velutviklet. Ingen vet egentlig hvordan disse kornsirklene oppstår. Men de oppstår brått, og er vanligvis veldig symmetriske.

Og det er en del særegenheter omkring disse formasjonene i kornåkrene:

  • Nesten alle oppstår på kalkjord
  • Undersøkelser viser at jord og avling innefor sirklene skiller seg ut fra området rundt. I en sirkel fra 2003 var det 40% mer protein i kornet innenfor sirkelen enn utenfor.
  • Veldig mange sirkler ligger nær forhistoriske "energilinjer" i kalk, slik som tidligere folk bygde sine monumenter rundt/på, slik som Stonehenge

 

Blake also remarks on the significance of the chalk, which she says the ancients often built their monuments on - an observation which the existence of Neolithic sites like Stonehenge and Avebury attest. She says the ancients also built their temples on “energy lines” and has observed that “crop circles always appear on or near these lines.” Blake was impressed with the Barbary Castle circle and its derivations because the shape itself was “like a Labyrinth,” which “gives it a spiritual as well as a mathematical tradition.”

Nobody knows for sure how crop circles are made. Reports of strange mists creating the complicated patterns in a matter of minutes, their connotations with little green men and Midwich Cuckoos and elaborate hoaxes have fostered a widespread unwillingness to take the idea seriously. This approach both feeds the mystery around the concept and prevents further exploration of it, as it is an area of research that is unlikely to be awarded large research grants or space on university courses. But, as Blake remarks: “There’s neither rhyme nor reason, they just keep coming.” And with crops nearly at their full height, the UK’s crop circle season is upon us. If you want to see for yourself Wiltshire is your best bet.

- The Independent

For flere bilder av denne sirkelen, samt andre kornsirkler, se her. Vitenskap, romvesener, eller bare tull?

- Illustrasjon: Gaspirtz / Wikimedia commons

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