Former Chairman of The Centre for Crop Circle Studies steps forward and questions Nancy Tabott and BLT research.
"Is this a neat smokescreen to cover up their inaccuracies as typos perhaps?"
This article is in response to recent claim and counterclaim on the internet. The first part is an excerpt from a page on face book, but relates to BLTs published material available elsewhere on the net. I also refer to recent news that a conference has been called off because some people took exception to another presenter.
BLT's Nancy Talbott responds to questions about published papers by Report A Crop Circle Formation on Thursday, August 12, 2010 at 11:02pm “......And if some of the lay-people involved in the crop circle situation are themselves raising questions about the scientific work, such questions are basically insignificant...precisely because these lay-people do not have the academic or scientific training needed to correctly understand what the published material actual says.”
Before everyone gets too excited, I am merely using BLT’s statements as an indication of the type of problems we encounter when we delve into the crop circle mystery.