For years Transology team members researched Crop Circles in Wiltshire (UK) by only making on the spot observations. There was no possibility to either fund or install scientific labo work. This didn’t dampen the spirits. We were not disheartened by the fact that we had only basic tools to our disposal and often had to rely on former studies to get the job done. Which was placing the obscure circles into the light of day by projecting them through innovative ways unto peoples minds.
Executive Director Bart Bateman Uytterhaegen was always interested on surrounding himself with scientific investigators that could perform specialized research. While undertaking studies in crop circle country, together with scientist Frederik Goethals, a new coworker was found that had years of experience inside the dutch and english crop circle communities and the ongoing investigation. Randell Sarneel was immersed in the topic and provided more perspective and insight on the subject.
This widened the internal investigation. Randell was able to reflect on the formations through different approaches. His artistic views aloud him to connect things and open debate on subjects like geometry and imagery. On the field his work gives add-ons to the objective investigation. Bart Bateman crafted a tool based on the BLT research team enabling Transology to have a quick procedure while observing the plants. Basically this study tries to make sense of what happened with the plants during the creation process of the crop circle.
For more than 20 years crop circles have been studied scientifically on their authenticity, appearance, and origin. Various laboratories and universities across the world participated and many discoveries have been published in the course of the years. The BLT research chart (tool), used by Transologists on the field, was modulated on the scientific investigation of WC Levengood. He systematically studied crop circles and published several scientific papers on the biophysical changes that he encountered in crop circle plants. The BLT research team has expanded over the years with scientists from various disciplines, such as; chemists, geologists and astronomers associated with several universities and laboratories (the University of Nebraska, Carrollton and Texas in the US).
This Important scientific information paved the way for boots-on-the-ground investigators to detect the many biophysical anomalies.