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I have recently watched the movie called " Push ", Yes it was an awesome movie.
Right now i had nothing better else to do but just do some research about this " Telekinesis "
scientifically speaking all it is , is you amiting a bigger electro static feild around your body.., The bigger this invisible feild the more obviously you would be able to lift and do.
Have a look at this, This seemed pretty convincing to me.
All of us could use this amazing power...
And obviously it would not be like in the movies, You would get tired and would have to use it with all your strength, Until we learn how to use it as well as we learnt how to sprint after which we jog because we get tired.
Everyone could do this without performing telekinesis because all of us have this feild.
Make this and and get your hand very close to it after which you must close your eyes and imagine it moving...Dont think about the process and you must tence your hand.
I've seen enough James Randi videos to know that there's no scientific evidence for it. However, I do recall going to a forum that talked about how some scientists were talking about it could be possible by using scientific stuff. Poor James Randi (he's dying, by the way).
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How fucking stupid do you have to be to think this is true. Common sense and basic logic can tell anyone that this is fucking impossible. Objects can be acted upon by an outside source but you can't just think about something and it starts moving. Also people who believe in this constantly state that it's possible because only 10%-20% of the brain is used, and if you were to use all of it then immense amounts of energy could be utilized to move objects. Well that one is just universally false. ALL of the brain is used. And thinking doesn't allow you to manipulate energy. No, this is just another one for retarded conspiracy theorists.
I say we wait a few hundred years until we evolve into anthromorphic fish creatures with strange psycokinetic powers.
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Its not humanly possible cause maybe it has something to do with humans only using 10% of their brain so yeah. OK enough of my sci-fi bulls#it.
so its not possible.
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At 10/3/09 02:14 PM, WeHaveFreshCookies wrote: You're wrong. It's not possible.Also, that movie was a MASSIVE let down for me. Utter shit.
Yea, and did you notice that all of the objects she was "moving" were made of metal?
That was a waste of my time, Telekinesis doesn't exist.
Sometimes people really piss me off. Science is the attempt to understand what we do not. It's what we call human advances despite the fact that we still think of levitation or telekinesis (even with the explanation of vibrational activity) to be an impossibility. Before we called it magic, now we call it a myth. That's why I'm a misanthrope: Because mankind is still as stupid and narrow-minded as it always was.
Science was never about proving anything for sure; it was about finding as much evidence as possible and never dismissing any possibility under any circumstances.
Given the right circumstances, anything is possible but most things are extremely improbable.
String theory ftw!
Ok, here's how it is: telekinesis IS possible. ONLY in denotative meaning, not connotative. When someone says they want to move something telekinetically, they are implying that they want to be able to do so without the use of anything to assist them in that task. This is impossible.
However, as technology advances and our understanding of the world around us grows, products will emerge that allow us functional telekinesis or telepathy. The article I linked above links to a study where they had monkeys controlling an arm seemingly only with their mind. This is true, but the process by which it's done is more similar to the way you learn to manipulate your limbs as a child.
At 10/3/09 01:02 PM, kaywire wrote:
scientifically speaking all it is , is you amiting a bigger electro static feild around your body..,
haha wow. For that sort of power to exist, you'd need to severly bend the laws of the universe because as far as I know, there's no a single machine that comes even close to doing those sorts of effects other than ENORMOUS magnetic field-generating machines that generate a field so powerful they can levitate small things like a spider.
The energy required to do this would be equivalent to ... probably dozens of pounds of fat per second. The fact that she just sits around doing this can clue you in to the fact that either she's got a trick ( duh ) or is bending the laws of the universe.
All of us could use this amazing power...
Yeah let me know when you've done it and you can win a million dollars off James Randi.
At 10/3/09 04:38 PM, Chdonga wrote: It's possible, but since we're too lazy to try it, we just say it's impossible.
So how do you know it's possible?
At 10/3/09 05:48 PM, Kwing wrote: That's why I'm a misanthrope: Because mankind is still as stupid and narrow-minded as it always was.
You are a dolt.
There is no evidence it's true.
There is even more evidence it's not true.
How did this get here? I am not good with internet.
At 10/3/09 01:49 PM, Danavers wrote: I'm pretty sure if it was possible everyone would be doing it.
So as most of you know Homosapians use only about 10% of there brain so say if we used about 50% we would be able to and the illusionists like david copper field HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH IT there just mind fucking your brain :)
No Telekinesis is not possible, never will be.
why dont you go an try?
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