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LMR Spirit Detector

Detects paranormal energy levels, spirits etc

Update:

I got myself a new camera that can take exposures in up to 30 seconds at a time. So I took some new pictures this late night. I found lots of energy surrounding some strangely shaped black blob in the middle of the room, .

Below are 3 pictures where you may be able to put together to a 3D perception of the shape. 

Note that the green stripes represent my control light. If there where no spiritual energies, all we would see would be green lines. I think where the blue ball lights up, there is energy. Or the other way around. Under all circumstances, there are these shapes in my room, and they change. Even between the 3 shots, it had altered itself a little. It is hard to get a precise idea of how, when all I have is this thing to move around and detect.

Of course it is hard for you to see the 3 dimensions, but on one of the pics, I am only moving the detector in one plane, and you can see some of the shapes that I can see here all the time, moving around.

High res here:

http://picasaweb.google.com/fritslyneborg/GhostDetector#5530995645691400050

Below is original post.


As originally stated here:

http://letsmakerobots.com/node/12034

I always wanted to make one of them machines that can detect ghosts, spirits, paranormal energy levels, the beyond etc.

Problem until recently was, that I did not know how, because I suck at electronics. However, since I got an DSO Nano oscilloscope, things have cleared up for me, I understand so much more what is going on.

After sitting in a bus with Nils for a trip up through europe, I got inspired to use my new knowledge of electronics in combination with he's light drawings in air, and then I made this circuit:

It is a tuned version of the 6 Million Gain project from this brilliant site. My version, however, has 30.000*30.000*30.000 times amplification, which is needed to tune in to the other dimentions etc. (27.000.000.000.000 times amplified waves, it opens a lot of doors to the unknown!)

When my wife saw the video, she was pouring limonade. And she made the classic of just not stop pouring :D Limonade all over the table. I fell down the chair of lol!

Below are 2 pictures where I cought / detected something that must have been a small ghost or something. Perhaps a dead tree from past times, i dont know, as this is a very raw machine, I am yet to tune it finer.

As you can see on the green lines, (LED from power on on the apparatus), only at some points / in a specific area is the blue spirit-detector illuminated. I may have to see if knifes get sharper there or something.

The circuit is easy to make, and cheap. One could make a robot that drowe around, and put marks on the floor or something. Beeping when some abnormal energy levels where detected.

 

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I made the circuit replacing the BC517 with BC547 as stated in talking electronics but still it is not working.Please help me fritsl.

I would love to help you, but I am not really sure how I can with the information you are giving me. It's har to debug your board from here. Best advice as always is: start with the power source, make sure that is working, and then take the next thing, make sure that is working and so on. 

I did everything you showed in your circuit but the LED is always glowing and i also want ask you that what should I use for the antenna.If you want to have an idea about my circuit then check out the circuit of talking electronic which I think you have already done so please help me.

I think I may have found the solution to this problem reported by aakarsh gupta about the extreme sensitivity of the circuit because of which the LED is always on.

This is what I did, although I sealed my circuit completely with the plastic adhesive, I noticed that the LED of the circuit always remained ON but glowed brighter in vicinity of live wire. Which implies there was some current leak through PCB board --reason is Ferric Chloride etc is normally used to etch the PCB and there are ample chances that these current conducting chemicals may be absorbed by the board in very very minute amounts that it leaks current of the source through the board even though these leaks may not be detected by normal multimeter like instruments.

Keeping this in mind I removed the connection of the last transistor's base from the board and kept it floating and LO! it worked. Although there was still very faint leak (neglible) but it worked.

Since I have sealed my circuit with a plastic adhesive I can not do any thing further.

In the above manner if the base of all the transistors are connected while it is floating I feel, we should expect cent percent result that is expected of the circuit.