Argus Project

Argus is the name of a scientific research project, established in 1992 (?), that investigates crop circles, more exactly the effect that the crop circle has on the vegetation in the circle. By using electron microscopes, the researchers discovered some kind of ‘bubbles' in the plants in the circle, which they could not explain. Other researchers found that the genetic structure of the plants had changed.

In Greek and Roman mythology,
- Argus was a giant with one hundred eyes that could see everything.
- Argus also was the name of the man that built the ship Argo for the Greek hero Jason.