I recently read Elisabeth Zollinger’s book Crop Circles – An Open Case. I have many quibbles with this book, but cannot fault this quote from Michael Glickman, when asked his view on quarrels amongst circles researchers.
“The problem is, these children play together very badly, you know, and there is a simple rule: if you are in the playground and you pinch a little boy he will not speak to you tomorrow. And it’s all on that level…
“I know of no greater spirituality on the face of the earth, than to be decent with people, you know.
“And the trouble with these guys, with many of them, trouble with me, trouble with all of us is, that we don’t learn this simple kindergarten stuff: be nice, play nicely, don’t shout, don’t attack each other, you know?”