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Plasma Vortex Theory

The plasma-vortex theory is one that has been created based on the physical phenomena found at crop circle sites. The theory began as Dr. Levengood, who studied biophysics at the University of Michigan, studied the affected crops at crop circle sites. His findings showed that the vast majority of sites had significant enlargements of the cell walls, changes to the soil composition, changes in seed germination, and evidence of a brief flash of intense heat. Levengood believes that the cause is spinning vortexes of microwave frequences.

The origin and actions of these vortexes involve complex physics, which is best summed up on Their summary is as follows:

"Atmospheric-associated plasma formations may plausibly originate in regions where t here are clear indications of energy exchange between the ionosphere (60-100 km) and electrical storms in the upper atmosphere (Franz et al. 1990). Currently under consideration are ion plasma vortices which form in unstable regions and act as heat and angular momentum transporters. In fluid dynamics, gases, including air, are considered as having liquid properties (Prandtl and Tietjens 1957). In such a scheme the descent of a vortex through a liquid produces unstable secondary products which form complex, symmetrical patterns such as circles, rings, triangles, double lines and ovals with tubes or 'paths' extending from them (Levenoood 1958). In its descent to the crop surface the shaping of these features of vortex instability would be guided by variations in the Earth's magnetic field (Rossi and Jastrow 1961). At the crop surface the heat, ionization, associated electric fields and angular momentum would be transferred to the living plants. Taken as a whole, ionized air plasmas are electrically neutral, although internally, charge separation takes place and t hey can have high concentrations of positive ions and free electrons (Lehnert 1961), which in contact with plant tissue might produce transient heating and account for a number of the plant transformations."

If this seemed a bit confusing and complicated, perhaps it's best to move onto the Electro-Magnetic theory.