What On Earth?

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Here’s one final fact concerning the odd Earth shapes I’ve been hinting about: there are more than 500,000 of them.

They are not man-made. How did they come to exist, why, and when?

In this small image from Google Earth, you can see hundreds of them outlined within a two-county area in the U.S. Thursday, the rest of the story.

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2 thoughts on “What On Earth?”

  1. I’ve seen something similar in western Kansas. The circles are made by gigantic watering systems that prowl in a circle across fields. I’m not sure yours are the same thing.

  2. I am fascinated! Can’t wait to find out more. You said “2 county area in the U.S. – where are these? Thanks for the link as well.

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