In the mean time lets just have a look at the last few crop circles and see which ones are the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Summers Lane (1), Nr Broad Hinton, Wiltshire. Reported 28th May
The smaller petal within the larger one was probably the first petal - after scribbing in the first petal - the artist then realised that they miscalculated the size of the petals. If they continued to use the smaller petal then on the last petal there would be an overlap into the first petal - so the error would be more obvious !.
EVERY CROP CIRCLE HAS ERRORS - researchers dont point them out to you as they DONT WANT YOU TO SEE THEM !.
We call this a distraction formation !
Made on the same night !
If a good circle maker knows that he has cocked up ( which will play on his mind ) then an alternative way to create a distraction is by making another crop circle near by - in this case the very next field and a small circle near their first attempt. The purpose of creating a distraction is so you dont pay much attention to errors. The two formations are relatively small so that would give them plenty of time by making something extra, different and better. However the star formation itself is ok , but the small grapeshot circles are messy and uneven, which is a shame as it had the potential to be a resonable creation.
Both designs are rather typical and used in similar ways several times over the last few years. Aliens must be running out of messages to send but yet that Australian Scientist seems to always pluck something out from his exhausted and imaginative brain.