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#1 MAG-TEMP Mel-8704

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Posted 17 June 2009 - 05:30 PM

Can a ghost hunter use both EMF meters?
I heard 1 ghost hunter he has 2 emf meter 1 AC and 1 DC.
and 1 more question, How come Ghost hunters don't use ouija boards ?
please answer.
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Posted 18 June 2009 - 11:34 AM

Can a ghost hunter use both EMF meters?
I heard 1 ghost hunter he has 2 emf meter 1 AC and 1 DC.


An EMF metre is a tool for ghost hunting. Just like you use different pens or pencils to write, a ghost hunter uses different EMF metres depending on whatever they stand to achieve.

and 1 more question, How come Ghost hunters don't use ouija boards ?
please answer.


And Ouija Board is NOT A TOOL to detect the presence of ghosts, but it is a TOOL for communicating with spirits. Whereas an EMF Metre is a TOOL for detecting the ghostly presence, but NOT A TOOL to communicate with spirits.
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Posted 18 June 2009 - 02:51 PM

But I seen they a K-2 LED EMF meter for a yes or no Question the Ghost.
but I gave up the ouija borad and glad I did...
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Posted 18 June 2009 - 04:59 PM

Yes, the K2 meter is popular on the television, however, I would suggest that you take the time to read the threads already up about it.

They are here:

http://www.ghostvill...showtopic=26816

and here:

http://www.ghostvill...showtopic=24999

And here are a few links for you regarding EMF meters, which should answer your questions:

http://www.ghostgadg...fexplained.html

http://www.ghostgadg.../emfmeters.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EMF_Meter

http://www.assap.org.....eters do.html

http://www.assap.org..... measure.html

http://www.parascien...rticles/emf.htm

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Posted 18 June 2009 - 08:26 PM

Interesting, ....
I do plan to get both EMF meters.
because ghost hunters use both meters
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Posted 19 June 2009 - 08:44 PM

The Ghost Hunters on TV use, and misuse a lot of tools. Don't believe everything you see on TV, a lot is done for entertainment simply because the general uninformed public wants to see it that way. Before investing in any equipment I would recommend understanding exactly how that equipment works, the theory behind it, and whether or not it is appropriate for what you want to do.

BTW, I am an electronics specialist and deal with equipment every day.
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Posted 20 June 2009 - 11:18 AM

Well is the Mel -meter with temperature read out with the green light is it AC?
I seen the ther Mel navi with a red light same features as the other mel emf meter.

the tri EMF meter DC is nice but they not to use it durning a storm and save it until a sunny day or night.
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Posted 02 July 2009 - 08:44 AM

Your very first piece of equipment should be a notepad and a pencil.

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Posted 02 July 2009 - 04:43 PM

I have got that already with a battery operated pencil sharper ^^
plus mini DV camcorder and digital camrea.
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Posted 15 July 2009 - 08:59 PM

I have got that already with a battery operated pencil sharper ^^
plus mini DV camcorder and digital camrea.


well some say that me i send my guys out for a first time with a roll of t.p and a clean pair of boxers and some aspirin on a new hunt so far only Devin has had to use them lol priceless

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Posted 07 September 2009 - 09:52 AM

I have to ask something else also...
DC fields are natural, and AC fields are man made if I'm thinking correctly.
DC is direct current, magnets, fields, etc..
AC is alternating current and can only be from electricity we made if I am correct, it can be a multitude of freq's but still is man made.
So taking this in mind, would not the paranormal break the DC field much like we break the earth's field? A simple PVC pipe laid in the ground causes a break in the field, water in the ground breaks it ( that's where the copper rods come from when they bend in or out). Am I on the right track here or am I off and why? I also see a lot of single axis meters being used and no one is having to turn them anyway at all to pick up a signal, is the signals that strong?
Thus my next question, single axis or tri ? I have a real problem with the KII meter at this time, any meter that you can't see what the top reading is just leaves me wondering.
I read somewhere where it was calibrated for paranormal, was this a NIST ghost that was used for calibration? ( sorry, that just slipped out )
I really want to purchase a meter but I also think I will need an AC / DC , and here's why...
I have read lots of research that suggest that people subjected to high AC EMF's will feel very uncomfortable, it can ( and I know this for a fact ) make the hair on your body stand straight up and give you the feeling somebody's there. AC EMF's tend to affect humans in different ways. But they do affect us to the point, that I want to know if a place has to high a reading of AC. Now having said this, I would feel the DC would be more natural or lean to the paranormal state but I am very new and just have a understanding of AC vs DC. Have anyone had the chance to use both on site and see what is most effective?
Thank you in advance for your reply,
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Posted 07 September 2009 - 01:14 PM

DC fields are generally related to the earth's magnetic field. The polarity is unchanged however over extended periods of time the intensity will vary slaightly. Thus it cannot really be said to be constant, but for our perposes the slow changes are probably irrelavent.

AC fields are mostly manmade, however some natural fields can also be considered AC. For instance the field created by lightning discharge may activate dynamic (AC) field detctors.

All field detection requires a tri-axial detector to be completely reliable. Alignment of the field to the detector is crucial to detecting it. Unless multiple positions were used with a single axis detector it is possible a very strong field may be missed if the polar alignment is not correct. The tri-axial detector eliminates the need to manually take multiple readings and introduce errors in that manner.

I use both static detection and dynamic detection equipment. Static to monitor for background changes as a result of solar flares or other changes, and dynamic mostly to do a scan of a location to isolate the manmade sources for disturbances. Both are neccessary for a thorough investigation.
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