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Hot & Cold Spots
A cold spot or a hot spot is what many researchers believe happens when a ghost is trying to
manifest itself. The idea of the cold spot is that the ghost is absorbing the ambient heat energy
surrounding it, thus making that spot colder (obviously a hot spot would be the reverse).

The Peltier Effect is a good explanation of this. Physicist Jean Peltier discovered the Peltier
Effect in 1834. It can be described as this: when an electrical current passes between two
dissimilar conductors, heat is either released or absorbed, depending on the direction of the
current. The amount of heat released or absorbed is directly proportional to the strength of
the current.
If, as we theorized earlier, paranormal activity is connected to EMF, than a moving EMF field would be accompanied by
temperature variations. Recording temperature changes (along with EMF readings) is another scientific way of detecting the
presence of ghosts.  It is a scientific fact that there has to be some form of energy present to alter the temperature. Temperature
does not change unless area Instead of soaking up the light and heat the ghost is reflecting it back, causing the area to be warmer.