Massive Saturn lightning = crop circle?

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Alchemy1

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Decide for yourself, but I was fairly taken aback when first seeing this NASA/JPL photograph of the massive lightning storms on Saturn. [Apologies in advance for not showing the photo in this submission; perhaps someone could help me offline understand how to do this?]

The link is: http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/060703_wild_weather_top10-10.html

Space.com said:
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has spotted an electrical storm as large as the continental United States on Saturn, with lightning bolts that are 1,000 times stronger than those on Earth. They detected the charged storm in Saturn's southern hemisphere, an area labeled "storm alley." The storm stretches 2,175 miles (3,500 kilometers) from north to south, and emits radio noise similar to that produced by thunderstorms on Earth.
When I have more time I will try & locate a few examples of crop circles closely resembling this picture, but perhaps others will see the similarities as well.
 
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