Posted 25 November 2003 - 07:09 AM
Ion counters are used in ghost research because the ion count in the air changes when a ghost is around, usually the negative ion count rises.
So, if someone had a very haunted house and put salt lamps in every room, what would be the outcome, would it increase or decrease the activity.
I think it would tend to decrease the activity, but that is my opinion.
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The Air Ion Counter can be used for the detection of natural and artificial ions. Natural ions include those generated from the decay of radioactive minerals and radon gas, ions generated by fires, lightning, and evaporating water, and ions associated with storm activity. Note that in fair weather at sea level, typical ion counts are about 400 negative and 500 positive ions per cubic centimeter. Before a storm, positive ions increase dramatically. During a storm, negative ions increase.
The Ion Counter can gauge the output and coverage of artificial sources such as ion generators, improperly grounded air conditioning vents, combustion vapor and electrically charged or heated surfaces, and plasma-discharge ions in air and other gases. This device can be adjusted to measure positive, or in paranormal investigation cases, negative ions separately. Much like with an electromagnetic field detector, the ions in the air will measure as a high disturbance when anomalous energy is present. This device is great for investigations because it is sensitive to natural effects like radiation, electrical storms and radon.... thus, is not easily disturbed by power outlets. However, this also can be a major drawback if you are unaware of the ambient atmosphere you are investigating in.
Posted 25 November 2003 - 10:04 AM
Anyone have any take on this positive/negative ions?
Posted 25 November 2003 - 10:18 AM
Posted 25 November 2003 - 12:01 PM
I know that standard suggestion for de-haunting a home is sage, salt in the corners of the room, more sunlight in the rooms to help break up the negative energy.
Ghosts are energy, these salt lamps change the ions in the air, how may that effect a ghost?
Posted 25 November 2003 - 12:28 PM
First of all, one of the ways to cleanse a house is with salt, and secondly, the positive ions would neutralize negative ions.
Posted 25 November 2003 - 01:44 PM
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