I read both sides daily as some kind of paranormal stalker. I can catch a fake a mile away. I don't even need software to tell me when something has been falsely claimed. Yet at the same time I can't get passed how skeptics don't realize what they're presenting is also easily debunked. I came across this the other day:
"And more often than not, what these devices are ‘detecting’ is the internal noise generated by the device itself. All electronic components and circuits, to one extent or another, produce noise in the form of unwanted signals, EM fields, etc, simply during normal functioning. What a lot of these devices are ‘detecting’ isn’t any external signal, but reading the noise being produced by the device itself because of poor grounding, inadequate shielding, etc."
Now with this poor attempt to give the illusion paranormal equipment is to blame. This is easily deemed inaccurate. Poor grounding and inadequate shielding? if that were true it would be constant and or noticeable enough you would know the device is defective. No device with poor grounding is going to blurt "Get Out! This one left me scratching my head.
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