Mysterylights Group Message 0194

Subject: EMF
From: "ozestrange" <ozestrange@...>
Date: 31 May 2002 06:33

Good points Barb !!

>In the early 1990's EMF> detectors and negative ion detectors 
started to become> standard equipment for investigations.

Sadly, there is very little information by paranormal researchers on 
supposed "events" and supposed readings.
If anyone knows of any of the net then please tell me!
Other than reports by Albert Budden/Lucciano Bocconne that is. 

  In the mid
> 1990's thermal detectors for identifying cold spots
> generated by the EMF became standard.

What sort of emf effects temperature.?
There are very few documented reports of measuring a definite temp 
drop in a small localised area /with corresponding film/video 
The Ghost Hunters site had a photo of someone pointing the device up 
into the air and reading a drop,with a supposed photo oddity at the 
same time.
Pity they forgot to mention that if elevate the device outside,with 
nothing for the sensor to bounce off, then you will always get temp 
drops.The shot in question was due to chance, not a clear temp drop = 
film correlation.


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