So after reading this I decided to download it for fun and see what happens.
Quick reference setting:
I'm a enterprise SysAdmin.
I'm at work at this very moment.
In chronological order starting at 1:28 this is my experience so far:
1:28pm - purchase/download
1:29pm - open application
So, things of interest:
It immediately gave me a word, "factory", which has no direct relevance to me, though I -suppose- one could stretch it and say that it does relate to
the IT industry, however I don't buy it.
"Earlier" no idea what that references, random word garbage.
I then decided to myself "well shoot, let's take it into the Datacenter, right down the hall from me, and see what happens."
I enter in the passcode to the door and walk in and up the ramp. As I'm walking up the slight ramp, which exists because the floor is raised for A/C
purposes, the application then produced "rush." Only of mild interest because I was indeed moving quickly, at a faster than walking pace, to the
door, and then up the ramp.
"Production." Seemingly a random word, except that at that exact moment I was crossing in front of the rows of servers, SANs, and fabric/iSCSI
switches that comprise our "Production" services. In fact the very name of that row is "Production."
I had now passed the production row, and was entering our "Voice" row (where we house our VoIP servers) when it said "Lips." ...
Right beside our VoIP servers are the associated servers that run reports on our infrastructure, creating various reports and..."averages." Hmm...
I finally entered our "Network" row where the inbound and outbound circuits, as well as the bulk of the datacenter's network converges. I put my back
to the corner and switched it to Radar view, which showed a ping on the south-east sector, and then prompted the word "cast."
I still have the application running as I type this. During that time it has added the following:
"Include" no relevance that I can think of, though I had just thought about including the timestamps, which I did so...take that with a grain of salt.
Well, take this ALL with a hefty dosage of salt
This is a bit creepy I'll freely admit. "Mama" popped up on screen, and then a moment later I got a text from my sister asking her if my daughter
wanted to spend the night, I proceeded to tell her that I had just sent my daughter to her mother's for her two weeks of custody. Interesting...
"Sam" no relevance
"division" no relevance
"Isn't" no relevance
"Party" received a text a few minutes before I downloaded the app from a friend saying he was going to a coworkers birthday party and wanted to know
if we (friends and I) wanted to go.
"in" no relevance
"known" no relevance
"Tax" my other SA had just been talking about property in Illinois he was going to get, as part of a tax-deed sale.
I've since shut the app off and may or may not delete it.
Here's my quick thoughts. As a scientific minded person, I often find myself at odds with the paranormal world. I don't openly believe it, but I've
had personal experiences I may share later that led me to this site back in 2009. I often approach things with an Occam's Razor mentality.
That much said, I've often thought that our continued increase in airwave energies (cellular signals, wireless device interlinking, wireless charging,
large additions of EM by man made products) could easily aid "ghosts" in contacting us or interacting with us. We've observed how they can drain
batteries or effect local electrical devices, so it stands to reason they have gained a benefit from our advances in networking.
The words that occurred in the data center were genuinely interesting and did give me a bit of a chill, but at the same time the other words show a
lot of random generation, so I will not commit to saying it was "supernatural." Even if we discount the low probability that this program actually
is "sensitive" I had only just installed it, seems unlikely for it to be able to hit the high marks that quickly.
The other, later, remarks from it actually make me suspect that, like others have said, it references information from your phone. The "Mama" bit was
a bit unsettling as well, but I have plenty of bits about my daughter and I on the phone so make of it what you will.
In the end if I delete this app it will more likely be because I fear for it data-mining my phone more than legitimate "paranormal" abilities.
Hope you enjoyed my brief experiment!
Edit: I had thought "rush" might have been due to it picking up my movement from the accelerometer, but tests waving it around at high speed did not
produce a similar result.
edit on 30-11-2012 by UnmitigatedDisaster because: "rush" addition