Posted 03 July 2012 - 08:35 PM
Posted 04 July 2012 - 04:52 PM
And if a claim is made that an answer is given to a question asked, consider... You ask a simple question, "What's your name?" Now you hear a lot of gibberish, clicks, whistles and other stuff as the box tunes across various stations. Suddenly you hear a brief word, "Tom" in the mess. Did you get an answer? Not hardly. First, how do you determine the answer is "Tom" and not some of the other sounds? Just because it seems to fit what you expect to hear? Chances are you could find other phrases buried in the noise that could also fit as a name or part of one. Yes, I said part of one, after all since these boxes break speech apart how do you know that what you heard was "Tom" and not a weatherman giving "TOMorror's forecast"? What you hear is all in YOUR mind, not anything scientific.
I could go on, there are many other reasons why ghost boxes that sweep radio frequencies just can't work. Just another ploy to separate those unfamiliar with electronic devices from their money. For anyone considering such a device, I would recommend speaking with someone who understands electronics and its limitations.before buying. A little background on VCOs (tuners) and how they work wouldn't hurt either! (Just how can a spirit manipulate a voltage accurately to within millivolts anyway???- That what is required!)
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Posted 04 July 2012 - 05:31 PM
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