Cold spot

In paranormal theory, a cold spot is localized area of temperature decrease, measured via an infrared thermometer, which is hypothesized to be representative of a ghost, dead person, paranormal activity. The subject seems to be more along the lines of folklore, but nevertheless, a few people have attempted to explain the postulate of cold spots using the laws of thermodynamics.

In the 2008 book Stalking Darkness, American physicist and paranormal researcher Brian Schill attempts to explain cold spots as anomalous regions of energy absorption, supposedly left by ghosts, in terms of the third law of thermodynamics. [1]

In circa 2009, American paranormal researcher formulated a loose hypothesis called the “thermodynamic macroscopic transference hypothesis” to explain how cold spots are formed. [2]

References
1. Schill, Brian. (2008). Stalking Darkness: Surveillance and Investigation Techniques for Paranormal Investigators (thermodynamics, pgs. 77-81, etc.). LuLu.
2. Milhorn, Anthony. (2009). “Thermodynamics: Understanding the Macroscopic Paranormal”, Southern States Paranormal Research Society.

External links
‚óŹ Cold spots – Wikipedia.

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