BLT Research Team Inc.'s primary focus is crop circle research - the discovery,
scientific documentation and evaluation of physical changes induced in
plants, soils and other materials at crop circle sites by the energy (or
energy system) responsible for creating them and to determine, if possible,
from these data the specific nature and source of these energies. Secondly,
our intent is to publish these research results in peer-reviewed scientific
journals and to disseminate this information to the general public through
lectures, mainstream articles and the internet.
PERSONNEL: BLT Inc. is comprised of several
hundred trained field-sampling personnel in the U.S., Canada and Europe
who collect plant and soil samples at crop circle sites for analyses by
a number of scientists (see "Professional Consultants")
in various disciplines.
in England with plant and soil samples
which now must be
hung up and dried before shipping.
The hard work of these field teams
and their careful adherence to field-sampling protocols has contributed
enormously to the on-going discoveries in the laboratory and the large data-base
of factual information which now exists. Nancy Talbott is President of BLT
Research Team Inc.
Taking measurements in a Canadian circle prior to plant/soil
dried, wrapped, labeled
and ready for shipping.
FUNDING: BLT Inc. was incorporated
as a non-profit, tax-exempt U.S. corporation in 1999. All funding to-date
has been from private-sector donations and gifts, which are tax-deductible.
Significant advances in the scientific understanding of crop circle formation
and related phenomena are heavily dependent upon such contributions --
all major financial gifts can be designated for specific research projects,
if desired by the donor. Financial support in any amount is welcome.
LECTURE/SLIDE SHOW: A 2-hour presentation
is available which outlines the basic research and results obtained so
far, highlighting individual crop circle case studies from a number of
countries. Slides of recent crop circles in North America and Europe are
included, as well as anecdotal reports of associated strange phenomena
encountered by personnel working in the fields each summer. The lecture
and slide-show can be shortened or expanded, as desired, and is an inspirational
educational tool for use in schools and colleges, demonstrating both the
value of the basic scientific method and the excitement of new discoveries
-- in the context of an intriguing, and still unexplained, phenomenon.
Contact Nancy Talbott to schedule.