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Pk_#2
09-11-2008, 08:30 AM
Haaallo,









Any more please share =)



Crop Circle Locations

Most circles are concentrated in the south of England, primarily in the counties of Hampshire and Wiltshire.

But crop circles are not confined to England. They have been spotted in the United States, Canada, Australia, Japan, India and other parts of the world.



The "season" for crop circles runs from April to September, which coincides with the growing season. Circles tend to be created at night, hiding their creators (human or otherwise) from curious eyes.

Crop circles can be found in many different types of fields -- wheat, corn, oats, rice, oil-seed rape, barley, rye, tobacco -- even weeds. Most circles are found in low-lying areas close to steep hills, which may explain the wind theory of their creation.

Who makes them?

Aliens: Maybe they're trying to communicate with us by scribbling space lingo on the ground :rollseyes or maybe it's the print of the spaceship when it lands..:X

The wind: When the wind blows in different directions it make pretty patterns on the ground, yaaaah that must be it :D

Aircraft: They can push the crops down into a pattern due to the force of flight etc etc..

Humans: Orrrrrr maybe it's a man made hoax :thumbs_up

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IbnAbdulHakim
09-11-2008, 10:43 AM
seriously these are natural? :ooh: subhanAllaah
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Güven
09-11-2008, 11:39 AM
That looks awesome even if they are handmade :D

the spotted lake

the spotted lake (kliluk), situated in osoyoos, canada, contains one of the highest concentrations of minerals in the world (mainly epsom salts, calcium and sodium sulphates). the lake’s healing waters were used by native indians to alleviate aches and pains and during the first world war the salts were skimmed from the surface in huge amounts to be transported to eastern american munitions factories - sometimes as much as a ton per day.

the pattern you see below appears during hot sunny days as the water evaporates and the minerals crystallize to form hundreds of incredible yellow pools.





red tide

red tide, the common name for ‘algal bloom’, is caused by high levels of phytoplankton accumulating to form dense, visible clouds near the surface of the water. due to the varying colouring of the phytoplankton’s pigments, these algae blooms range in colour too. although aesthetically stunning, this naturally occuring phenomena sometimes results in a high death rate amongst certain marine life due to an increase in karenia brevis algae.





penitentes

these amazing ice spikes (generally known as penitentes due to their resemblence to processions of white-hooded monks) can be found on mountain glaciers and vary in size dramatically: from a few centimetres to 5 metres in height.

‘initially, the sun’s rays cause random dimples on the surface of the snow. once such a dimple is formed, sunlight can be reflected within the dimple, increasing the localised sublimation. as this accelerates, deep troughs are formed, leaving peaks of ice standing between them’



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Güven
09-11-2008, 12:12 PM
Aurora Borealis



(above) an astounding and spooky photo of the natural phenomenon known as aurora borealis, taken on-board space shuttle atlantis during the sts-117 mission.


This one is just beautiful , subhanAllah
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Soulja Girl
09-11-2008, 04:00 PM
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Subhanallah, so amazing stuff! :statisfie Jazakumallah khair for sharing... :D

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Re.TiReD
09-11-2008, 04:03 PM
I seee dead people :skeleton: I sense wicca at work :skeleton:
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FatimaAsSideqah
09-11-2008, 04:05 PM
Subhan'Allah! :ooh: its look amazing!
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Riyadh-ul-Jannah
09-11-2008, 04:09 PM
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MashaAllah! These are beautiful! JazakaAllah Khair for sharing. :)

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Pk_#2
09-11-2008, 07:11 PM
Stop showing off Gúven :rollseyes

Nah kiddin, jazakAllaah khair, those were fab!
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