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Discussion in 'Your Paranormal Experiences' started by Debi, Mar 1, 2016.
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Thank You Debi.
I will post my progress here, and also my experimental design ideas.
For starters, I have always been intrigued by the fact that spirit encounters seem to draw the voltage out of cameras, and other battery powered equipment. This has lead me to believe that Direct Current, is easier for the entities involved to utilize. This being said, I have designed a "Ghost Feeding Station" using a deep cycle trolling motor battery. It consists of two arrays with light gauge filaments at a distance of 1/4 inch parallel. with a non conductive plexiglass divider. This is a capacitor by design.
That gadget sounds interesting Eric.So you will be using the ho made caps at 12 volt dc or do you have plans to use a transformer to up the voltage at some point in the experiments? I have a couple ideas on this going through my head as I read your post here .One is a DC rheostat to allow you to adjust your voltage up or down. With a little experimentation Maybe you can find a sweet spot that spirits like the best.Or if you can find something that will sweep the power up and down automatically maybe you can catch more activity ? If you put a voltage meter display on it ,you could see what volts give you the most activity .Okay,I had to get that junk out of my head so I can sleep tonight Good luck
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Awesome Ideas Grinch, I will try them.
Here is my new facebook page for the PiedmontParanauts.
I am thinking of a circuit that will detect a "Sweet-Spot" the power supply will sweep, ;like Grinch suggested, unless there is a strong draw at a certain setting then it will stop there for a minute or so.
I was musing on the lack of underwater haunts. Well apparently there are a few. The problem with this is that breathing air at depth can lead to Nitrogen Narcosis. So how much is actual ghost activity, and how much is narcosis?
In Florida there is a blue hole known as The Devils Ear. Divers have experienced a disorientation, and the feeling that a drowning diver is seeking help. There is also a wreck in the Virgin Islands that lies in water between 35' to 80'. Divers have reported seeing people swimming to the surface without any gear, and when they approach the people to help them to the surface, they disappear. I am afraid without any kind of documentation, film or otherwise, I am going to have to chalk this one up to narcosis, and the divers being primed to see this phenomena due to local legends.
When more than one diver has the same visions, same thoughts on a dive, same hallucinations then I give it some credit.