Gary Schwartz is the director of the laboratory for advances in consciousness and health at the University of Arizona. He’s been researching the paranormal for close to 20 years and has, as he said, been forced to accept the realities of them.
It’s a conclusion that I have come to based on so much evidence that I can no longer, with integrity, dismiss the evidence as untrue
So this guy studied to be a fake psychic medium so he could learn all the tricks of the trade. Then he investigate people claiming to be legit mediums. If they could provide intimate details of a deceased person that could not be researched but verified by a family member, they were considered legit.
once you know that some mediums are real, they’re not all fakes and not all frauds, and you can’t explain it by any of our standard conventional ways, you then have to accept the data and follow it where it takes you.
Now this is where science gets the better of me.
In an article published in Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing, Schwartz concluded that it was possible to measure the presence of spirit by an increase in photons in an otherwise black box when a spirit appeared inside the box.
He’s now trying to identify spirits using a method astronomers use to see planets around distant stars. The only way to detect the planets is when they pass in front of the star, blocking its light. In the same way, Schwartz hopes to detect spirits by having them pass their hands through a beam of light. When the spirits’ photons block the light, he can detect the presence of ghosts. So far, he said, the technology is only 70 percent accurate, which is statistically significant but will require further testing.
The paranormal field has been using this technique with laser grids for quite some time. Success is iffy at best, in my humble opinion. Not 70% in my experience.