Electronic Projects from the Next Dimension: Paranormal Experiments for Hobbyists

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Newnes, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 259 pages
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For years paranormal scientists have explored the detection and documentation of spirits, auras, ESP, hypnosis, and many more phenomena through electronics. Electronic Projects from the Next Dimension provides useful information on building practical circuits and projects, and applying the knowledge to unique experiments in the paranormal field. The author writes about dozens of inexpensive projects to help electronics hobbyists search for and document their own answers about instrumental transcommunication (ITC), the electronic voice phenomenon (EVP), and paranormal experiments involving ESP, auras, and Kirlian photography.


Although paranormal studies are considered esoteric, Electronic Projects from the Next Dimension teaches the technical skills needed to make devices that can be used in many different kinds of experiments. Each section indicates how the circuit can be used in paranormal experiments with suggestions about procedures and how to analyze the results.


Provides unique projects for believers and skeptics.
Perfect for any level of electronics experience.
Learn from these basics projects and design your own applications.
  

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Is this a niche market? Absolutely. That being the case, this book delivers to the Paranormal Tech Nerd in a big way. It includes reasonably complete schematics and even single-sided PCB templates so ... Read full review

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Contents

Instrumental Transcommunication
1
13 Stochastic Resonance
2
14 Chronology of Transcommunication
8
15 Practical Circuits
11
17 Circuits and Devices
12
19 Performing the Experiments
15
110 Interpretation
16
113 White Noise Generators
19
Ultrasonic Sound Converter
114
Laser Image Generator
119
Magnetic Field Generator
122
27 Kirlian Photography
128
HighVoltage Generator Kirlian Machine I
135
HighVoltage Generator Kirlian Machine II
146
HighVoltage HighPower Generator Kirlian Machine III
151
Experimenting with Paranormal Skills
159

White Noise Generator II
24
White Noise Generator Using an IC
27
114 Experimenting with White Noise Generators
30
Sound Filter
32
Noise Filter
35
60 Hz Filter Hum Filter
38
LowImpedance Preamplifier
41
115 Ultrasonic Sources
44
LowPower Ultrasonic Source
45
HighPower Modulated Ultrasonic Source
48
116 Experiments
52
117 Picking Up Sounds from the Earth
56
Noise Modulated Transmitter
58
Wireless Noise Generator Medium Wave or Shortwave
61
Experimenting with Images
67
21 The Basic Idea
68
22 Experimenting with EIP
70
23 Scanning Frames and the TV Image
73
24 Practical Circuits
76
TV White Noise Generator
77
Horizontal Bar Generator
82
Video Inverter
87
25 Suggested Experiments
92
26 Combined Sound and Image Projects
98
SoundtoLight Converter
103
Brontophonic Sound
106
31 Paranormal Skills
160
32 Paranormal Phenomena
161
33 Sonys SevenYear Paranormal Research Effort
168
34 Biofeedback Experiments and Projects
169
35 Experiments
173
TemperatureControlled Oscillator
177
Light and Dark Controlled Oscillator
180
Polygraph
186
Hypnotic LEDs
190
ElectroShock Generator
195
Third Eye
200
Hypnotic Glasses
205
Bioprobe
211
Paranormal Electroscope
214
36 Paranormal Experiments with Light
218
Psycholamps
223
Electronic Candle
229
37 ESP and PK Experiments
234
Binary Random Number Generator
240
38 UFOs and Ghosts
245
Ghost Finder
250
39 Other Paranormal Experiments
255
310 The Computer
256
Bibliography
259
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About the author (2001)

Newton C. Braga is one of the most famous electronics authors in the world. An educator and writer in computer science and related technologies, he has written over 70 books and contributed more than 2000 articles to magazines in Brazil, Spain, the United States, Portugal, Japan, Argentina, and other countries. His name is internationally synonymous with electronics, and McGraw-Hill is proud of his contributions to the popular Evil Genius series. Dr. Braga also wrote "Mechatronics for the Evil Genius.

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