Calls from the next world

Calls from the next world

Some scientists long before the invention of televisions, telephones and other gadgets predicted that the time would come when humanity could come into contact with the dead.

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Since the invention of the first electronic devices, people have repeatedly reported that they heard sounds like human voices using them. Some, allegedly, even received messages from the dead by phone, tape recorder, through a TV or computer.

Despite conducting numerous experiments in this field, their results are still controversial and ambiguous, and also cannot serve as strong evidence of the existence of spirits and life after death.

Imants Baruss, a professor of psychology at the University of Western Ontario in Canada, seriously took up the study of the so-called “electronic voice phenomenon” (F. E.). The results of his research were published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration in 2001.
Ghost Chase

Baruss and his two assistants set about the preparatory stage of the experiment: they installed the necessary equipment in a noise-isolated laboratory located in a quiet corner of the campus.The location and date of the experiment were also strictly classified to exclude the possibility of interference from outsiders and jokers and to record exclusively otherworldly sounds and voices. Each participant had to sit in a room in turn and record their conversation with any spirit who would like to make contact. Some researchers who conducted tests with "FEG", tuned the radio station or TV to an empty channel. Baruss and his assistants also tuned in a radio wave between stations to record all incoming sounds. Later, in order to calculate all the “other” noises and voices, the researchers analyzed the recorded audio files. And that's what they heard.
Experimental results

In total, all the recordings made by Baruss and his colleagues were 60 hours. At first, they heard mostly unexpectedly penetrating a particular range of the radio station, as well as a “buzzing sound”, which was probably caused by interference from fluorescent lamps installed in the laboratory.

However, what they heard on October 17, 1997, came as a complete surprise to the research team.Baruss and his assistant, Gale, distinctly distinguished the female voice that said “Tell Peter.” According to Gail, these words belonged to her familiar sick woman, whose husband's name was Peter.

On another recording, the Baruss team heard a thirteen-second “shout”, after which one of the researchers asked: “Is there anyone in this room besides us?” What they heard could be interpreted as the word "Hello."
Conclusions of Imants Baruss

Some results of the experiment were not recognized as scientific evidence of the existence of “F.E.G.”, since Researchers could have mistaken truncated noises for human words. Skeptics argued that the words did come from the radio broadcast that was broadcast at that moment and were fragments of a radio program.

It should be noted that before Baruss, the Latvian writer Konstantin Raudive dealt with this phenomenon. He claimed that the voices of the dead addressed him in his native Latvian language, although he himself then lived in Germany. That the voices were of paranormal origin, Raudiv had no doubt, because they always addressed him only by name.

After conducting his own research, Dr. Baruss came to the conclusion: mystical voices can be either a phenomenon created under the influence of psychological factors (apofenia, pareidolia, or the “verbal transformation effect” - when a person perceives meaningless sounds as semantic), or the anomalous influence of researchers electronic equipment (scientists at Princeton University assume that people are able to consciously control electronic devices), or these voices really belong to non-material Some subjects who are trying to find a way to “connect” with the living.

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