Category Archives: Live Tests

Angels in Your Brain


Just to review the journey, EEGs were originally developed to track brain anomalies.  Eventually someone began using them to also track thoughts. A couple of years ago we had the idea to track the presence of the human spirit as … Continue reading

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We Did it! We Really, Really Did It!


No, I’m not going to tell you what we did in the first line of the blog!  There must be a story with some suspense.  Grab a sweet tea and settle in. Imagine someone bringing you a brand new pickup … Continue reading

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A Surprise Twist


Fred came today, for his EEG. He was on time and was quite ready to lean into the project. However . . . NOTHING is ever simple with Fred.  And today was no exception. What could complicate a simple EEG?  … Continue reading

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Prioritizing the Variables


I was not going to be testing over the summer but we have a chance too good to pass up. A family who tracks with us is coming from out of state to our area and they have two kids … Continue reading

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Media Fast Tests


I am back home now, so have time to report on more of the findings from our last round of tests. To frame the power of the media fast, allow me to walk through some of the technology we use. … Continue reading

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Explosive Insight


It is Friday evening in Tulsa.  It has been an intense day.  Yesterday was tough, but today was extraordinary.  We ended up with five people.  Three were regularly scheduled.  One stood in for a friend who became sick and could … Continue reading

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Noon on Friday


It appears that you have prevailed in the heavenlies.  The junk from yesterday has all been pushed back and I am back in the game with gusto.  I don’t enjoy firing on three cylinders.  Today I was able to hear … Continue reading

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