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Friday 26 October, 2018. 7pm. Crop Circles 1990 to 2018 – A Scientist’s Perspective with DrHorace Drew


Crop Circles – A Scientist’s View of the Phenomenon from 1990 to 2018

With Dr. Horace R. Drew

Dr. Horace Drew (‘Red Collie’) saw a silver, saucer-shaped UFO close to the ground in broad daylight in1965. Later in 2002 he became interested in “crop circles” after a large and complex image of “curved DNA” (made from 1296 square pixels, and relating to one of his DNA theorems) appeared mysteriously in crops near Crooked Soley in southern England, while he was attending a scientific meeting on the same subject in Cambridge not far away. (see http://www.cropcircleconnector.com/anasazi/wormholetechnology.html)

Following that still-unexplained “miraculous” event, he has been studying the phenomenon of “crop circles” just as any good, high-level, professional scientist might do. He has visited England eight times to see new examples first-hand, and to meet and discuss important findings with other researchers there. (please see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gA1gF8FtyoI)

To this day, the subject of crop circles remains highly-censored in the mainstream press,  which is why so few people know about it. The social peer-pressure which has been applied to most general populations, to ridicule or otherwise deny these important forms of “alien” communication, is just incredible, and almost beyond belief for an otherwise civilized and open society in 2018. Furthermore, new censorship methods are currently being implemented against showing “crop circles” on Facebook. Most scientists do not know anything about this subject at all, except disinformation which they might read in the mainstream press. Dr Drew believes they could learn much new technological knowledge if they would just open their eyes and minds, and look carefully to see what has been drawn in our fields. (see https://www.news.com.au/technology/science/space/theyre-real-and-contain-hidden-messages-scientist-says/news-story/05f450e958f71dac46a2a61f47968f16)


During this presentation, Dr Drew will give an overview of famous crop pictures from previous years 1996 to 2017,

and will also discuss new crop pictures from 2018. He will further try to explain why so many

(thousands) of authentic crop pictures have been drawn over the past 30 years, and what some of them seem to mean.


About Dr. Horace Drew

Dr Drew is a professional, Caltech / Cambridge / CSIRO research scientist. In 1981 he took a Ph.D. in Chemistry at Caltech, where he did several of the first high-resolution x-ray structures of DNA (for example the “Dickerson-Drew dodecamer” CGCGAATTCGCG). He next spent five years 1982-1986 doing post-doctoral research on DNA and chromosomes at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, England. Then he moved to Australia in 1987 and has lived here ever since, while working as a Senior Research Scientist in the national science organization CSIRO for 23 years (1987-2010).

Besides his x-ray work on DNA, Horace helped to develop several gene-therapy or PCR diagnostic medical techniques, and was part of the CSIRO team which won a Eureka Award in 2017 for medical innovation, by developing a new and more sensitive blood test for colorectal cancer (the “Colvera” test). He has also co-authored a graduate-level textbook from Academic-Elsevier Press (London) titled “Understanding DNA: the molecule and how it works” (three editions 1992, 1997 or 2004). He has co-authored more than 50 papers in major peer-reviewed journals, including Nature, Science, and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA.

During the 1990s, he led a small scientific group which analysed (in private labs at his own expense) possible “alien DNA” samples in collaboration with Australian UFO investigator Bill Chalker. The most possibly “alien” of these samples was a long, clear head-hair from the Peter Khoury contact case in 1992. The mitochondrial DNA from a strange “alien” woman’s hair (which had some skin attached from her scalp) was much too rare for Peter to have found it accidently from any normal hair in Sydney. It showed a rare Celtic genotype.

Dr Drew would like to thank all of the researchers and photographers of crop circles over the years, especially Crop Circle Connector, Temporary Temples, Lucy Pringle, Core Group Initiative, Crop Circle Centre and others, for their wonderful and tireless efforts. Please support them if you can!


Entry: UFORQ Members: $15   Non-Members $25.  Eftpos available. Tickets at the door. (includes supper)

Venue: Kenmore Library, Kenmore Village Shopping Centre, 9 Brookfield Road, Kenmore, Brisbane. Access to the library is via the lift from the undercover car park directly below the library.

Enquiries: 07 3376 1780 /  0431 856 556

 *Information and opinions presented at these meetings do not necessarily reflect the views of  UFO Research Queensland and are presented by speakers for research purposes only.





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