The phenomena of the supposed human aura that envelops not just people, but all living things is examined here. One scientist claimed to have invented a device that enabled anyone to see an aura, and later a pair of goggles, but host Leonard Nimoy stated that he saw nothing unusual when he wore them. The scientist died without any heirs to carry it on, so the study is rather spotty, but some other scientists have tried to pick up his work, with mixed results. Though this subject is most inconclusive, it is true that some people do seem to shine more than others, and that anger or agitation can make an aura pulsate and glow noticeably. Interesting attempt to understand this concept.
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