Last night was another episode of our favorite History Channel show, "The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch."
We were a bit late at posting this, as for some reason, the second the show started on Cox Cable, it went black. Had to watch it in the morning when they had it available.
SPOILER ALERT - GIVING AWAY PLOTThe team pondered the portal-like void on the thermal imaging at Homestead 2. They decided to gather lots of equipment and go back and do another study to see if it occurs again and what it is.
As soon as they started replaying the rabbi's chant from the prior event, the thermal imaging showed a rapid rise in temperature on the homestead.
They let Thomas know it was over and he was feeling better, so he agreed to come back to the ranch.
Interestingly, over a week ago, Dennis and I wrote 4 things we like the team to do and the first one on our list was sound frequencies.... Upon seeing preview of next week, detecting terrestrial caves (second on our list) is very appropriate, as well.
Everything below was written last week before the show aired -
1. The use of sound frequencies. Let's check out resonance and vibration by the use of sound. Check the spectrum from infrasound to ultrasound. Setting up a meter for picking up infrasound might be especially helpful.
2. Detecting Terrestrial Caves by Apply Topographic Analysis Techniques to Thermal Imagery Since Rinker’s groundbreaking work on terrestrial cave detection nearly 50 years ago, our ability to find caves using airborne and spacecraft acquired imagery has improved considerably.
3. The use of electric logs utilized by oil and gas exploration. Sending instruments down, they can gather info on water table, porosity, permiability... gamma-ray, caliper, resistivity, density porosity, and neutron porosity.
4. Geologist! The team could use a geologist on hand and delving into rare earth elements in the area. Dennis concluded and I agree that REEs correlate with portal-type locations around the world, UFOs, and ancient giant cultures.