Mirrors: Reflections to the Spirit World?
Mirrors reflect light similarly to the lens of a camera, as light travels
from one medium to another, it changes speed; light also travels more quickly through air than it does through glass.
Today's mirrors consist of a protective bottom layer, the middle is a layer of metal (like aluminum, silver, or
tin), and the top is layer of protective glass.
In theory, "ghosts" are possibly the electrical impulses that remain after
death. Since light consists of traveling electric and magnetic waves, does this mean that the electrical energy emitted
by a supernatural presence can be reflected from a mirror? S.P.I.E. is going to begin extensive trials to determine
if this is the case. All findings will be added to the site once our trials are complete.
By: S. Sasaki