Amazing Crop Circle with Code
Wilton Windmill, Wiltshire UK

May 22nd, 2010 - Wilton Windmill, Wiltshire UK
Amazing Crop Circle with Code - New Crop Circle with code, May 22nd, 2010 - Wilton Windmill, Wiltshire UK. This formation was reported soon after 12 noon today and is in oilseed rape adjacent to the Wilton Windmill. It is 300 ft in diameter. Represents some sort of communication, whether it be in binary, math or music. Most Experts believe that communication would be presented in a mathematics form rather then a verbal communication language.

Math is considered to be a form of communication which is universal, in other words math is the understanding and relationship of our universe and it is not a made-up language such as English which has little to no logic behind its meaning in a universal understanding.

A new crop picture at Wilton Windmill on May 22, 2010 showed the famous "Euler Identity" from complex mathematics in 8-bit ASCII computer code.

A new crop at Wilton Windmill on May 22, 2010 broke new grounds of expression between the crop artists and ourselves, in terms of the sophistication and coding level of their message.

Thus it showed a series of 12 x 8 binary digits in standard 8-bit ASCII code (see ASCII), repeated in duplicate within various parts of the message. When translated into modern English, those 96 binary digits give the result:

e ^ (hi)pi) 1 = 0

On our planet, the famous "Euler Identity" from complex mathematics is often written in abbreviated form as (see Euler's_identity):

e ^ (i pi) + 1 = 0

Thus their crop-based message shows two slight differences from what we call the "Euler Identity". First, it does not seem to contain a "plus sign" on the right.

Yet if those crop artists were not perfectly familiar with all aspects of our ASCII code, they could easily have written "right parentheses" for "plus" by a single one-bit error. In which case, the crop formula would become:

e ^ (hi)pi + 1 = 0

which is a close fit to our Euler Identity. The second difference is that they seem to write our complex imaginary symbol "i" as "hi".

Many modern scientists and mathematicians regard that Euler Identity to be the "most beautiful mathematical formula ever" (see Leonhard_Euler), or the "greatest equation ever" (see Euler's_identity). It follows as a special case from Euler's more general formula:

e ^ (i x) = cos (x) + i sin (x)

when x = pi.