Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Kevin and the NuCompanion

  • Broadcast in Paranormal
  • 0 comments
Main Street Universe

Main Street Universe

×  

Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Main Street Universe.
h:248745
s:7916139
archived

Know of anyone in a coma?  The NuCompanion (tm) could help them speak while their body is mute.

While working as a professional psychic medium Kevin Baird also participated in paranormal investigations.  The KII was the primary device used to communicate with the spirits at the haunted places.  But, for Kevin the KII fell short of really validating that a true communication was taking place.  That set Kevin in motion to build/invent his own device.

Also while working as a psychic professional, Kevin also had a day-job where he was information technology professional.  He has years of programming and building and debuging computer technology.

Back in the early day Kevin said that he search high and low looking for a way to write a program that could place random phrases on the computer screen.  Like a screen saver.  The problem is, computers are logical there is (or was) no such thing as randomness.  The one day Kevin discovered a small computer board that was engineered to be sensitive to micro power pulses transmitted by devices such as motion sensors and temperature sensors.

Pushing the sensitivity as far as it could go, Kevin got the device to be sensitive to energy pulses that happened in the air, randomly.  Here was his random pulse generator, the air itself.  Like static we used to here back in the day when we listened to AM radio when a lightning storm was approaching.

Kevin spent six months building a database for all energy pulses sensed by his machine.  He then set his machine to listen for the middle most active pulses, and when any of the select pulses were senses his machine would play a MP3 file that had recorded voice phrase, such as, "How are you?  I like that. Feed the cat. I am looking at that. I feel good.  Play some music," on out to a hundred other phrases found at Nucompanion.com 

 

Comments

 comments