posted on Jan, 18 2009 @ 01:42 PM
Originally posted by undo
don't think so. in fact, it's entirely possible you may inadvertently hitch a ride on one when in OBE or RV.
I don’t see how filling (normally) empty frequencies with manmade radio waves can do anything other than to disrupt our ability to detect ghosts.
In addition if mobile phones affect our brain, then the chances are it’s either neutral or indeed disruptive-destructive towards our paranormal
This said I too use a mobile phone.
And (in contradiction) I can understand how radio waves could provide a useful source of energy for ghosts-paranormal entities…
During paranormal events people often report a temperature drop. Because this is so common it would make sense to assume that paranormal beings use
heat energy towards their own ends, so e.g. a manifestation needn’t brake The Conversation of Energy (Second Law of Thermal Dynamics in classroom
The question is which heat do the ghosts use? Is it thermal, e.g. that contained in a glass of hot water, or is infrared i.e. the light like heat
slowly emitted by this same hot glass of water.
If ghosts do use infrared then similar (long) frequencies like microwaves may be useful since they are closet to the infrared spectrum that’s
emitted by all everyday hot-warm objects.
Originally posted by bcroper
Your post just reminded me, Have you ever heard of ghosts on the radar.
I don’t know what you saw, but the military conducted a great deal of research into this and found that for the most part the phenomenon is caused
by flocks of birds, insects ect…
Disappointing I know!!!
But I wouldn’t be surprised if on occasions there were paranormal explanations also. Sounds like a good thread!!!