Environmental Data

What may seem at first like superfluous information to a paranormal investigation may in fact provide a backdrop of data that allows investigators to draw connections between anomalies in their evidence set and conditions in the environment. The types of external environmental conditions that pose potentially significant factors are meteorological (weather), geophysical (earthquake and solar events), and tidal, while the kinds of internal environmental factors of consequence are concerns of EMF, carbon monoxide and natural gas, radiation, barometric pressure and temperature.

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