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 Post subject: Temprature Gauge
PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 8:42 am 
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Using these or these being used I do find really interesting :lol: ...... i was working with Andrea on one invest that sticks in my mind. She was checking the temp in the area's where I sensed a presence, The temp was changing as the spirit moved around the room, as it moved to a different place the temp was returning back to normal in the previous place it had been, this carried on as it moved around the room. So yes i do think these can assist us while on an invest, even those that dont believe surely must think it strange something like that happening :wink:


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 8:48 am 
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aye they can help if they are used properly. but ya need readings to start from in the beginning.

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I think these are really useful actually,pretty much for the same reasons you said Sue.
I've never had much to do with personally until recently but after preston hall when the reading were tying in exactly with the pendulums and other stuff in a 'controlled temperature environment' I've decided they are a really useful tool to provide 3-d 'evidence' that something is definately going on,as oppose to it just being the pendulum and/or the medium etc;it just gives added 'evidence' that something is happening (whatever that 'something' is)!

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I had one at the keep, there were a few fluctuations but not many and not ones that were dramatic.
I like my themometer though, i like the pretty red light :mrgreen:

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women and shiny things lol

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 12, 2008 1:46 pm 
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Shiny things are good. :P :wink:

But as to taking temps etc. To me tempratures vary by the surroundings your in. For example if your in a drafty old house then your not gonna really get an even flow in temprature. There will be fluctuations all over the place so how do you know for sure its something interesting!

But if your in a centrally heated climate controlled environment then the chances of big fluctuations are lessened.

When ive used my digital temp gauge at various places ive actually found no real differences or changes in temps. For example placing my beam onto the wall of the keep it registered (for arguments sake cos i cant remember) around 4 degrees, but then moving onto an object which wasnt an outside wall it didnt really change.
Now youd think that an outside wall would be colder even if its only by a bit of a degree. But there wasnt enough of a fluctuation to my mind.

I would like to see my temp gauge go mad and record a real drop in temp. Although just what that would prove is up to speculation anyway.

I like having my gadgets though cos at least if something out of the ordinary does occur you have the gadgets to back it up.

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If a sudden and marked change in temperature was recorded then it must surely be something strange. If there was any natural influence involved then you'd feel it yourself. A small change in temperature and/or over a long period of time is quite normal and would be difficult to pick up on anyway.


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thats why we like to do baseline tests - so then you have a level set already

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And I think a temperature gauge of some sort is one of the best pieces of equipment to take. A temperature change is a relatively simple thing to measure and natural causes can be easily ruled out.


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exactlly, always rule out the rational before jumping to saying its paranormal

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nah just jump in with both feet and say its paranormal and then work out its not LOL

At least for a few minutes the adrenaline is pumping!

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'shiny things are good'

I'm with you 100% on that blubird hehehehehe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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you cant every have enough shiny things or for that matter pretty flashing light type things either.

My themometer has a flashy yellow back light, good for night vision and good for going awwwww at. :wink:

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In our investigations over here, we use a thermohygrograph recorder for temperature and humidity observation purpose; preferably an analog one even though we have another one which is a digital. Trust me guys, it's really an exciting experience from the recording process if "something" is in vincinity :)

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