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quote:Originally posted by JimBobI agree. I have seen people find oil with divining. It works for them but not for others and, as a scientist, I must say that suspending the ratioal mind is difficult. Yet when I have been able to do this I am very pleased by the results.
quote:Originally posted by Karen W. It really is very interesting and I know nothing about it on a scientific basis, but just experience as a child and young adult. I must say, She never missed and she was good, as people could not afford to have someone drill more then once. She could basicly tell you by the wand about how far down she felt they would hit water. I don't know how that part worked. I was not that good. Did not have the years experience she had! I think it is all magnetic pull or something, who knows the basis, but I must say I do believe.
quote: Neil you should buy yourself a set of Divining rods! I don't even know if you can or where you can get them.
quote:Originally posted by neilepI wonder if there are Divinig rods that are made of different things
quote:Originally posted by neilepWell, If Ian has had experience then I simply must try this....do you think if I fashion some rods out of a metal coat hanger, will that be sufficient ?In addition to the rods, has anyone conducted said experiment with a compass ? ...I mean they are sensitive aren't they ?..and you would think if the effect can move some rods it's bound to move a compass needle !!
quote:Originally posted by neilepRobert...thank you...I'll get straight on to building my own electroscope !!..YAYYYYYY !!
quote:...but I'm a tad confused why a compass will NOT be affected akin to dowsing rods !..you would think that a delictae compass would in fact be more sensitive would it not ?...after all...aren't the dowsing rods acting the same way ?
I do believe there is a science to divining.
Ok to explain as example solar panel works with magnetism and kinetic energy. A warm spot and a cold spot create magnetism which in turn creates a kinetic energy in the middle from atoms moving back and forth.
So with underground water you would have the warm surfaces around it and the cold from the water which is normally 20 degree colder than dirt and air. Then the movement of the water would create a kinetic energy. Be it a metal rod or a tree limb with minerals in it. This should create a pull much like a lode stone would on a piece of metal.
it is more than just chance. I think if some one took time to figure it out from a science or mechanical point of view they could possible get it to a 90 percent chance or above. Simply put cold=negative Hot=positive both put together with something in the middle of them with minerals in it equal magnetic. Which is how a lot of stuff underground is measured with modern tools
I think if some one took time to figure it out from a science or mechanical point of view they could possible get it to a 90 percent chance or above. Simply put cold=negative Hot=positive both put together with something in the middle of them with minerals in it equal magnetic.