'Crop' Circles Appearing on Ice
Strange Light was Observed on the Surface of the Sea Ice



'Crop' Circles Appearing on Ice

Strange Light was Observed on the Surface of the Sea Ice

Late in the evening on the 6th of March a strange light was observed on the surface of the sea ice. The next morning this large formation of circles about 200 meters wide, had appeared. Is this the work of our Space Brothers, UFOs coming from our neighbor planets, Mars, Venus and Jupiter?

Crop Circles” on the ice in Arna, Norway on Friday night Ole Johan Hansen (77) noticed a mysterious light in the harbor Arnavågen in Bergen.

The next morning was a beautiful and inexplicable pattern appeared right there on the ice. - It was about two feet long, and was not like anything I’ve seen before.


"Since it was 11 o’clock in the evening and I was not sure if the ice is safe, I tried to look in my binoculars, to see if there was someone there. I could not see anyone, “says Ole Johan Hansen (77) to local newspaper.

Hansen lives just off the waterfront at Arna harbor. When he got up Saturday morning, he could hardly believe what he saw. During the night a symmetrical pattern formed on the ice.

The pattern springs forth from about eight holes in the ice. According to Hansen the rings spread approximately 150 feet in the northeasterly direction, and nearly a 1000 feet the other direction.

Neither Hansen nor John Halvor Sæle (58) who also lives close by, have seen the holes in the ice that the pattern encircles before Saturday morning.

"The pattern is amazingly pretty. I have never seen anything like it." said Sæle.

Meteorologist Geir Ottar Fagerlid admitted to local papers that he was thinking it must be a natural phenomenon when he saw the pictures but acknowledged that the pattern is reminiscent of the mysterious phenomenon of “corn circles”, which is not really understood by science.

Bergen, the western "capital" of Norway. That there should be something truely inexplicable, is hard to comprehend.

My theory was first and foremost that the rings can be created by warmer currents, for example from a sewage spill, which would make the ice melt.

But it is hard to say. In any case, the sight is quite beautiful, says Fagerlid.

Created by meteorite? John Halvor Sæle believes the rings may have been created by a meteorite. It was the first thing that came to my mind.

I don’t think that the holes are created by people. They are too big and too far from shore. It is a total mystery, says Sæle.
 

Astrophysicist Knut Jørgen Røed Ødegaard confirms that the pattern may have been caused by a small meteorite.
   

Late in the evening on the 6th of March a strange light was observed on the surface of the sea ice. The next morning this large formation of circles about 200 meters wide, had appeared.

Is this the work of our Space Brothers, UFOs coming from our neighbor planets, Mars, Venus and Jupiter or is there a rational explanation?





But he find this unlikely, as a meteorite would probably have been observed by many, and been seen as a bright streak in the sky before it ended in Arna.

High and low tide? It’s all very fascinating, I’ve never seen anything like it before. But I do not think it is anything supernatural.

It is likely that the symmetrical pattern comes from holes in the ice after ice-fishing, and that the tide has has formed a concentric pattern around when the water rises and falls.


That is not unusual, although I have never heard of them as symmetric as this, says Ødegaard.

Unexplained light? The light may have come from someone who was out on the ice fishing. But I can not see any tracks in the snow. The second theory is that what I saw was a reflection of street lights across the bay.

But now it has become dark again, and I can not see any light reflection, says Ole Johan Hansen.

Astrophysicist Knut Jørgen Røed Ødegaard has no theory about what it was Hansen saw. The bright light can certainly not have come from any meteorite.

A meteorite that is still shining brightly when it hits the ground, is so large that it would impact at a force of at least 1000 atomic bombs. Then Bergen would not exist today, says Ødegaard.