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Telekinesis
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zilchy Wrote:LostHaven did a LOT of research on this, as did psychicvampire org.

If I run across it I'll post, unless someone gets to it first.

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Silly vampire, that's just mind bullets.

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2008-01-10 16:00
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Xanthus Wrote:Silly vampire, that's just mind bullets.

Don't be silly, only Jack Black can make mind bullets. But Maybe Zilchy is Jack Black! just slimmer and better looking. o.O
2008-01-10 16:21
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I've had some minor experiences with telekinesis. When I was younger, I had alot more control over my mentality, and I used to do experiments in mind-over-matter. Oddly, pencils don't like to listen to me, but doors do.
2008-01-10 16:23
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Telekinesis is the whole thing about bending spoons and picking up things with your mind, right? It's not really something I've ever had an interest in dabbling in, but I'd love to see videos and stuff of it happening, it'd be interesting to see.

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2008-01-10 22:56
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Try this:
Get piece of aluminum foil and balance it atop a toothpick stuck in some clay, then put a glass over it and try making the aluminum foil spin around.
2008-01-11 3:53
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zilchy Wrote:Try this:
Get piece of aluminum foil and balance it atop a toothpick stuck in some clay, then put a glass over it and try making the aluminum foil spin around.

Yay, the ever-famous psi-wheel.
2008-01-11 18:23
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And do it in repeatable laboratory conditions, and get back to me with the scientifically controlled results, and then I'll believe in it.

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zilchy Wrote:Try this:
Get piece of aluminum foil and balance it atop a toothpick stuck in some clay, then put a glass over it and try making the aluminum foil spin around.
That sounds like fun.

Imma try that sometime when I won't get yelled at for abusing kitchenware.
2008-01-12 2:18
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Archer Wrote:And do it in repeatable laboratory conditions, and get back to me with the scientifically controlled results, and then I'll believe in it.

the glass acts as somewhat of a control, as an attempt to immobilize the air around the foil so that breathing will not produce a false positive. What WILL produce a false positive, however, is heat radiating from the "test subject's" hands. Ideally, temperature inside the glass would be closely monitored, but nobody who's done research (casually) has been able to do that.
2008-01-14 17:05
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