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Green circles
Green circles, Nevada
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How cool is this: 3.163.163.163.163.16

These circles appear in deserts around the world. Are they oil tanks, landing pads, giant checkers? You find out!
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easily explained: in drier areas, crops are watered through an irrigation set up that rotates around a center point. the one with a "slice" out is just a part that does not get watered.

briandee at 2007-06-24 18:09:06

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