The Oldest of Orders calls it the Art of the Mage or Magick
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It has been said that new technologies will at first look like magic to us, and we do react that way. Microwave ovens are a good example. Also phones that didn't need to be plugged into the wall to work. Lithium batteries are still amazing. And you should google 'aero-gel'. It is a material created in a laboratory that is 99% air, weighs something very close to nothing, will not burn, and can hold up a solid average brick. Now, THAT'S magic! :)
Signs point to yes.
Depends. I don't think it's quite, "Magic." But more of a greater understanding of atoms and partials. There's things that seem like magic, but there's a lot more science behind it that we actually know. I would love to see sciences study spirituality in-depth.
leaving religion aside. .. there may. .. may be ways in the future to perform what we think of as magic by manipulating the laws of physics. .. many of today's tools.. did example Mobile phones would have been considered magical one hundred years back
If magic is science we dont understand then yes...
I belive in the power of Universe, that is God. If this may be considered magic, so....I belive in magic.
No; but there are some extremely clever and skilful people that can make you question it.
no, it doesn't. and it certainly is not science. it's a hoax.
No I do not think it exists, but that doesn't mean we cannot do some great stuff that is like it.