The Ovilus I
Posted 29 January 2009 - 09:08 AM
It's an interesting toy, something one could have some fun with, but as an investigative tool, forget it.
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Posted 29 January 2009 - 11:27 AM
Posted 01 February 2009 - 10:45 PM
Whose to say the models used in these seminars aren't preprogrammed with words that those using it have researched ahead of time? Do they use more than one? Can somebody who bought one of these things online come in and get exactly the same results during the same session? Do they even run more than one at once to see if they both get the same answer?
Until they apply some real science to these things and stop telling us outright that they are doing what they do, I won't believe one digitized syllable out of them.
It was explained that the device is highly experimental and it was just being tested to see if it had any merit at all. It was interesting, but I'd rather spend the money on other 'experimental' equipment that have better results.
I still think it was a little hilarious that it went on about breasts, milk, sex, and mom for some time. I don't think I kept the recordings from that part of the investigation but will check. It would give you an idea of what it says and sounds like.
Posted 09 February 2009 - 11:46 PM
After listening for a few minutes to the session, it hit me that the SUV in the parking lot was a Mercury. I said this out loud to the person next to me and was overheard by the owner of the vehicle, they left to turn off the light and someone in the room asked if the Mercury with the light on was what they were referring to and the device answered "correct". Not sure if this is the norm, but I found it really interesting. I don't know the cost of this device, once I find out, then I'll decide IF it's worth the money lol. Just thought I'd share the story.
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