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Best equipment for starting up
#11
(11-28-2016, 06:49 PM)CryHavoc Wrote: A compass can give a broad location of a local electromagnetic field, if you can't afford an EMF device. It will pick up on electrical devices, such as refrigerators, too.

The reason a compass moves close the electrical items is because they all have a large magnet inside of them. As they have to convert AC current to the required DC voltage & that involves lots of windings around a core & a DC, or moving voltage.
Look up Lorentz Force & also Faradays law of Induction.
Also you seem to be confusing magnetism with Electromagnetic Radiation. Not all electromagnetic forces are magnetic. Radio Frequency (RF) & light are both examples of Electromagnetic Radiation & although a high RF field would disrupt a magnetic field, it is not it's self magnetic.
There are different types of electromagnetic radiation. one such definition, is. Ionising & non Ionising Radiation. You could also have a statically induced or dynamically induced EMF. Or even mutually induced EMF.
But you may also use the following three categories too. Magnetic fields, which your compass would pick up on. These are ELF, extremely low Frequency & are commonly induced by electrical items.
Then there are Electrical Fields, which will often have elements of magnatism & finally Radio Frequency (RF) which the other two can at times unfortunately produce. So normally each of the above three will have at least some element of the other two included.
So as many electrical items produce both magnetic radiation & Radio Frequency radiation, a magnet can & will often move within a room or even out in the open due to powerline transmission, due to what is termed in some circles as Dirty Electricity & in other circles as electrical pollution.
I have read a report of a power line transformer on a telegraph pole transmitting RF born electrical pollution over half a mile due to damage to the transformer.
But do not confuse magnetism with electromagnetic energy.

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#12
That is Beautiful that you have been walking with Spirits your whole life being able to understand that is priceless. I myself still walk in a bit of confusing but my advice to him is true it is on him to find it.
Thank you for the info Janus!! I do understand completely my Husband built cell phone towers for a living and Tesla is a God to me!!!!!lol Just a theory but you cant bring a meter around me it goes crazy!!!!
I'm sorry thank you CryHavoc
I'm taking my ball and going home.
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#13
Megz check out the ghostly image in the TV notice on the bottom left purple and on the right red and the faceless man is in a reflection! Mirrors anything that reflects.
I'm taking my ball and going home.
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#14
+1 to cameras!

Full-spectrum is the best IMO.
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#15
If you are going to post pictures post originals from your cameras so others can see what type camera and settings used. (usually explains poor photography. DO NOT POST PICTURES RUN THRU A PHOTO EDITOR.

Also turn off your cameras gps so the exact location is hidden from online.

TAKE A PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS OR TWO
(11-30-2016, 07:42 AM)Faranormal Wrote: +1 to cameras!

Full-spectrum is the best IMO.

Avoid full spectrum cameras as all they do is add confusion to those who truly do not need more confusion as they do not understand basic photography. Avoid anything that adds confusion, something many in the paranormal use as its the only unknowns they capture.
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#16
(11-30-2016, 08:14 AM)UglyNRude Wrote: TAKE A PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS OR TWO
Avoid full spectrum cameras as all they do is add confusion to those who truly do not need more confusion as they do not understand basic photography.

Thanks.
I worked for two years as a geophotographer. Not everyone here is basic.

Please stop treating us like you're the only one that knows anything. Everyone has to start somewhere.
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#17
(11-30-2016, 10:11 AM)Faranormal Wrote:
(11-30-2016, 08:14 AM)UglyNRude Wrote: TAKE A PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS OR TWO
(11-30-2016, 07:42 AM)Faranormal Wrote: +1 to cameras!

Full-spectrum is the best IMO.
Avoid full spectrum cameras as all they do is add confusion to those who truly do not need more confusion as they do not understand basic photography.

Thanks.
I worked for two years as a geophotographer. Not everyone here is basic.

Even worse that you recommend a full spectrum then
Belief bias occurs when we make illogical conclusions in order to confirm our preexisting beliefs. Belief perseverance refers to our tendency to maintain a belief even after the evidence we used to form the belief is contradicted.
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#18
Leave the lens cap on.

Eliminate all confusion.
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