I seem to remember that the C's made a remark somewhere concerning the locations of crop circles being hot spots of some sort, like magnetism or something. I did a search for it but got no results. Maybe some other member recalls what I'm describing and knows a link to the source?

It might provide yet another entry point to expand your subject.

I think there's a link between crop circles and windows, there is even a crop circle which the C's said means 'planetary window' shown here

http://www.cassiopaea.org/cass/cropa06.htmI've been thinking about ways of showing circumstantially whether or not inter-dimensional windows are the centres of gravity. My thinking lately has been to do it this way:

1) Use the Earth’s gravity map to find the curvature of space-time near the earth’s surface.

2) Find all the points where space-time is flat, because that’s where the centres of gravity will be.

3) Check to see if they line up with any of the suspected inter-dimensional windows, such as the Bermuda triangle, Bridgend, and Chicago.

There are already projects that are mapping the earth's local gravity, here's the link to the world gravity map website and some articles:

Since the big problem here is that there are no points of flat space-time anywhere near the surface of the earth, this will not work. It may be possible to find where space-time is flat relative to the curvature of earth, i.e. where the curvature of space-time around the earth is close to what it should be if the earth was a perfect sphere, but then what about all the other masses on the surface of the earth?

The other way of doing things:

1) Find out how mass is distributed in the earth.

2) Create a grid of points across the surface of the earth.

3) For each point on the grid, find the centre of gravity between that point and every other point in a certain radius.

4) Check to see if the centres of gravity cluster around any of the places where there are suspected inter-dimensional windows, such as the Bermuda triangle, Bridgend, and Chicago.

There is another big problem here as well, since a point is zero dimensional, it can’t have mass. So maybe it could be done by breaking up the grid into units of volume, finding the centre of gravity for each volume of mass and then finding the centre of gravity for that volume of mass and every other volume of mass. However, that seems arbitrary to me, and I think that results may vary according to how the volumes are chosen.

After all that though, perhaps physics already has the solution in the form of Lagrange points, Wikipedia defines Lagrange points as (

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lagrange_points):

The Lagrangian points (pron.: /ləˈɡrɑːndʒiən/; also Lagrange points, L-points, or libration points) are the five positions in an orbital configuration where a small object affected only by gravity can theoretically be part of a constant-shape pattern with two larger objects (such as a satellite with respect to the Earth and Moon). The Lagrange points mark positions where the combined gravitational pull of the two large masses provides precisely the centripetal force required to orbit with them.

So from this, a way of finding of whether inter-dimensional windows are Lagrange points is:

1) Find the Lagrange points on or around the surface of the earth.

2) Check to see whether these points cluster around any of the areas where there is suspected to be inter-dimensional windows.

To me this seems like the best way of doing things, but there may still be problems.