By Kelly Roncace Russian-born physicist Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, deputy director of the St. Petersburg Research Institute of Physical Culture, has developed a camera that allegedly photographs plant and human energy fields by using gas-discharge photography. Korotkov claims every living thing has a "biological field," or aura, which is an invisible structure that correlates its activity to create a unique united system of electromagnetic and gravitational fields, molecules and other unknown parameters. The camera creates a high-intensity electrical field around a fingertip or plant placed on the special, fiber-optic plate. The field produces a visible gas discharge glow around the object. The image is captured instantly in a computer and can be processed in a variety of ways using software, also developed by Korotkov. This method of photography is also used to capture a person's aura for medical purposes. Korotkov once photographed a person who was dying and noticed that the life force left their core first, then the head, and lastly the heart and groin. Can this doctor's camera really photograph a soul? I don't know. But I do know everything is made up of energy and once in a while, during an investigation, we are lucky enough to capture that energy on audio or video recorder, or by simply seeing our equipment react to something that's not visible. So, is it possible that someone captured the video of a soul ascending from a recently deceased body? As they say, anything is possible, I suppose. More via NJ.com.
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