X-Message-Number: 18072
From: "George Smith" <>
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Subject: Re: Kirlian question
Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2001 13:30:39 -0800

I personally think that the critical issue regarding "Kirlian" photography
is something anyone can do.

Take a tree leaf and place it on a plate to make a "Kirkian" photograph.

See what you get and how it shows the complete outline of the leaf.

Tear the leaf in half and place it IN A DIFFERENT SPOT on the plate and take
the same kind of photo.

See what you get.

Now my question is, why it is that that you still get the complete outline
of the leaf in BOTH picures?

Have any of you performed this experiment?  Did you see the same results?

-George Smith

"Sit down before fact like a small child, and be prepared to give up every
preconceived notion, follow humbly wherever and to whatever abyss nature
lead, or you will learn nothing."
-T.H. Huxley

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