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  1. #1 Optical EVP 
    Forum Sophomore Vaedrah's Avatar
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    Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) typically uses acoustic measurement to record "voices from the other side". Sometimes they capture interesting snippets of sounds corresponding to partly discernible human voices.

    I find it somewhat difficult to see how an unseen entity can impart communications to an electronic storage device (and then through a microphone and stored on tape or digitally) without being heard by the human ear mechanism (which is really very sensitive - it can detect an ear drum vibration similar to the width of a nitrogen atom) but let's assume such is so. I wonder then if an optical channel would be easier for such entities to access?

    The early movie theater films for example, used an optical transducer (a "Kerr cell" from memory) to reproduce the sound track. These days we could just use a photo-diode or photo-transistor to record light variations. Would an optical EVP better suit the interception of such communications if these exist? Given that "ghosts" are more often seen than heard, perhaps an optical detector would be better suited for such research projects?


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  3. #2 look into ITC 
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    God it's so weird I have to keep a subject like this secret from people I know. Somebody please call me crazy ... anyways:

    I think the most reasonable theory I heard is that we are holographic projectors and acting as a conductor for entities(dimensional? voices in our head?) to be seen and heard on visual and audible devices.

    There could be a clue into this phenomenon in the theory that observation affects reality. Why is the book "The Secret" such a success? Anything to that theory? What the Bleep do we Know?

    I think we will start to see a more secular understanding of this area of science in the next 30 years. It's rather unmeasurable and a science of experience.

    I just posted today(my remote viewing forum) about some of my ITC experiments and the set up my rig.
    http://www.astrovault.com/earthfry/f...uj6jlfj&tid=94

    Brian Greene even candidly mentioned that dimensional beings could one day be communicated with future devices. (if they exist? because it's certainly within the realm of science)

    Enjoy!



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  4. #3 Optical EVP 
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    Thanks for the reply atomholc. Perhaps the Ghost Investigators Society (GIS) would also be of interest?

    http://www.ghostpix.com/index.htm

    There researchers sometimes appear on the Art Bell (now retired) radio program that has archives at

    http://www.coasttocoastam.com/

    This site provides a free small stand alone program ("streamer") that will play Internet radio on many subjects covering paranormal, aliens, time travel, abductions and conventional science and mathematics. Alternatively Winamp can be used.

    I think we will start to see a more secular understanding of this area of science in the next 30 years
    I tend to agree. Given that physicists now talk about parallel universes, baby universes, black holes in a laboratory, string theory with 12 or more dimensions and Einstein's somewhat disparaging reference to "spooky action at a distance" in reference to particle entanglement, the universe starts to become "not only stranger than we imagine, but stranger than we can imagine".

    I prefer to keep an open mind on alternative conceptualizations and it is possibly self defeating to prematurely dismiss ideas that seem contrary to popular opinion.

    As an analogy or illustration, imagine a "lost tribe" that has undergone independent scientific development. Let's say these people had just reached a stage with limited technology and had access to some conductive materials, some magnetic materials, some non linear semiconductor materials (e.g. deposits on coal, rusty metal to metal contacts etc). An experiment, in such a "lost tribe", could believably combine these items and accidentally "invent" a fairly crude crystal set radio.

    Imagine the incredulity this experimenter would face when trying to convince others of discovering our potentially weak and distant AM broadcast radio transmissions. The apparatus could be intermittent and each reception might be hard to replicate! Equally, what would such people of a lost tribe make of today's modern music in their ears? Would such sounds be interpreted as having emanated from the devil's own torture velt?

    Such may be equivalently true of paranormal research. In any scientific process, an initial "speculative phase" is required before concrete theory and applications can evolve. Later, once the science is secure, we have a second, more mature "refinement" phase that we can adequately make use of. Perhaps in "30 years" some paranormal breakthroughs will occur and enter this second refinement phase
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