Agents, I confess I’ve spent less time researching new Espers lately. It’s not that I’ve grown tired of the research, it’s simply that something new that is capturing my attention tenfold. The research I am conducting now is exhancing my understanding of not only all Espers, but of Life, the Universe and Everything.
As you know, the irreplaceable Mr. McDouglas recently perfected the Esper Screen (now officially dubbed the Spectrescope), which allows us to essentially view the Thymosphere! But Agents, have you considered what our spectrescope might show if we turned its gaze not on outward on the Spirits but inwardly, towards ourselves?
Matter of the Spirit World is created by output from the Terrestrial World, and the most prolific Spirit-matter-makers are us, human beings. Humans have more enormous, advanced brains than any species that has ever existed in the history of our planet, and we are constantly thinking. And every time we think, those thoughts are added to the Thymosphere.
Hey Agents! Since I posted about the Esper Screen technology many of you have been asking me how color works in the Spirit World, or the “Thymosphere”. As you know, color in our world (or the “Terrasphere” as we have taken to calling it) results from light bouncing off of objects and into our eyes. Different wavelengths of light create different colors.
Near as we can tell, that’s how it works in the Thymosphere too, except everything that exists in that “parallel wold” is invisible to us. Physical light goes right through it! That’s why no one can see Espers, even though they’ve been around as long as history itself!
What I speculate is that for every photon of light there’s a corresponding “spirit-photon” that behaves more or less the same as our light, except in the Thymosphere’s spectrum. That’s how Espers see each other. Continue reading
Posted by Scott McDouglas
Hey everyone, I’d like to present to you the latest breakthough in Esper Detection Technology! Finally, after a full year of tests, we have developed the very first Esper Screen! Introducing the REDI-L2! (Relativistic Esper Detection Interface, large model mark 2) Colloquially called the Spectroscope!
This baby is a two-inch thick pane of reinforced crystal alloy composed of a secret combination of pulverized crystals and fancy chemistry. We can’t tell you the actual composition, but needless to say, it will be some time before we can affordably mass-produce these. But for now I’m very happy to show you what we can do with it! Continue reading