Crop circle mystery puzzles community
Plenty of conspiracies are floating around in the time of COVID-19, so when mysterious circles appeared in a Washington State park, imaginations ran wild. But park officials say it was a blown fuse that disabled the sprinkler system's pump.
a little something I bought during co vid to keep myself entertained. Michael Crystal Ball Flu is drone to see what the smoke was doing to the skies over his Tacoma neighborhood. Put something below, caught his attention. It captured my eye when I was kind of flying down. That way I go, what's going on there? Because they were perfect circles. They're green green rings all over the place. It looked like something out of aliens. To some sci fi movie from ground level, it looks like patches of dead grass. Park goers didn't even notice it until we gave them a look from above. What in those circles? They are quite even, aren't they? I'll throw this. Could it be aliens? Oh, come on. Total logical explanation for this Metro parks. Tacoma's Josh A zinger says the culprit is not little green men. It was a blown fuse that disabled the sprinkler systems pump. Without that pressure, you don't get the fanning from the nozzles as much, and you end up getting patterns like this. So instead of the water spraying over the entire lawn, there was only enough pressure to encircle the sprinkler heads. It's the kind of foul up park Cruz would usually catch before the public even notices. But Cove, in 19 cutbacks, have eliminated two thirds of the park maintenance staff. It's nice to see the community step up and take that role, but at the same time it's really it's It's disheartening for us when we do miss things. But that's the nature of the day. Well, I think they have some work to do on the sprinkler system around here. It's a different sign of the times, another example of something odd that this year makes perfect sense. Water in different spots. And it creates from a drone on unusual aspect. And it's kind of a fun thing to do, isn't it?