People love conspiracy theories. ~ Neil Armstrong
It’s Thursday. That means a new conspiracy. The British Hubby stumbled upon this article while trolling the inter-webs. I don’t know about you, but I had never heard of the word glyph before. Essentially, this is an extremely complicated crop circle, but instead of a field it’s in a dried up lake bed. The article itself is full of contradictions.
How does a three inch deep carving end up in the Oregon dessert? It’s symmetrically perfect. No tire tracks and no footprints. Here’s a trailer for a documentary on the event.
I’m all for random acts of art in public spaces. However, this installation couldn’t happen overnight. And why keep it concealed from the public for over a month? I don’t want to say it’s aliens, but it’s so aliens. Clearly that is not an ancient Hindu mediation symbol. It’s a sign for yarn store this way. Or maybe class M planet?
Cat Conspiracy: Magically sardines just appeared in my bowl! Yum! Ernie thought about alerting the media, but he couldn’t resist eating the evidence. If nothing remains in the bowl, did it actually happen?
I think perhaps this is work of some really tarty aliens having a good time on vacation.