Saturday, October 30, 2010

So it begins

Our first blog here on Blogger. I'll be covering paranormal topics here on this blog as time goes on.

Still smiling from the flight yesterday of the CJ-6 fighter plane. Very cool and the pulling Gs to 3.4 was a personal milestone. At that rate, my body was literally weighing 3.4 times normal gravity. Meaning I weighed in at about 620 pounds for a few seconds. It was an awesome experience and something I'll never forget!

I ran an experiment using the full spectrum camera and a Sony ICD-P720 audio recorder with that recorder hooked into my flight suit. I'm not sure if anyone has ever done this before, but with the use of these two devices I normally use in paranormal research for recording the experience of the flight, I did a dual purpose recording using two devices so as to see what the possible experience of capturing EVPs in extreme environments might be like. Besides, it is a really cool video with the UV/IR capture of the experience ;>) The audio was done using a microphone clipped into the headset to capture the audio exchanges over the intercom. If we did get anything EVP, it is likely because the electronics of the recorder were being affected in the standard way - meaning that the semiconductors on the recorder were affected and not anything at the microphone end.

EVPs are captured just about anywhere, so I reasoned as I went out on this amazing flight that it couldn't hurt to make the experience a dual pronged one. I have not yet heard of anyone doing extreme environment EVP beyond underwater work, so it made sense to grab a chance like this and get the audio and video using these devices to see what we get.

This does open possibilities. Extreme Environment EVPs (EEEs) is a term I've coined to see how these phenomena might occur during events that test human endurance. I'll write more about this in the future, but think that this may represent and new frontier for the science.

Analysis of the audio and video will begin soon and we'll post our results here!

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