EVP in the perceptual research lab is pareidolia and pseudoscience

68% of Americans believe in the paranormal .These beliefs have spawned thousands of groups dedicated to investigating paranormal phenomena and a proliferation of ghost hunting entries  in the reality television market. Anecdotal evidence even suggests that ghost-hunting reality shows have increased public openness  to paranormal research, which usually entails a small group traipsing through reportedly haunted locales at night with various ghost-hunting technologies.

Audio recorders figure prominently in paranormal researchers’ toolkits . Microphones capture ambient sounds during the investigation. Later, the audio recordings are scoured in search of messages from spirits. The premise is that audio recording devices can register otherwise inaudible communications from discarnate entities. Continue Reading →

Quality sonographer and speed

A sonographer asked the question about how to be fast in her job ? and she said

“It is the scanning part itself; it takes me too long to produce an image of good diagnostic quality (in my opinion)”.

This also can be true about many other technologists. Well it is have everything to do with all the points that you mentioned, the machine, the color and the scale you use, the cine lobe and the zoom, the annotation and the physics itself , that why I hate the word sonographer , we are not sono GRAPHER , WE ARE NOT PICTURE TAKER , like radiographer , mamographer, etc The word TECHNOLOGIST is more fit like MRI,CT technologist. Or we must use the word IST, like PHYSIOTHERAPIST, pharmacist, so we are SONOIST.

Forget the word SONOLOGIST as this is taken by the radiologists who have half of our skills as we are the true sonologists .So it is all about the machine and the speed of your critical thinking, don’t be panic sonographer. Do the best by doing the basic. Continue Reading →

Mysteries of the Strange Universe

Mysteries of the Strange Universe   ” href=”https://stfc.ukri.org/stfc/cache/file/AEAA11C7–4CDB-B7433EC36F135934.jpg”> ” href=”https://stfc.ukri.org/stfc/cache/file/F1E7A9EB-4040-4AED-90B12A25641D7193.jpg”> (Image from Pixabay) Think spooky phenomena and you might think of ghosts, ghouls and other things that go bump in … Continue Reading →