I think it is.
No, telekinesis is not real. It's fantasy for fiction writers, and for special effects on television and in the movies.
How do you know?
How do I know? Because of Newton's first two laws of motion -- which state, (I) that a body at rest will remain at rest (or a body in steady motion will remain in steady motion) unless acted upon by external force, and (II) IF an external force is applied to the same body, its change in motion will be inversely proportional to its mass.
There are no external forces that are able to be called upon, telekinetically (remotely, from a distance, without physical contact), from humans or any other living earthly animals -- that's how I know.
If you are still not convinced, here is actual proof: literally tens of millions of people play multi-state lotteries multiple times per week. IF telekinesis were possible for someone to manipulate the drawing of lottery balls, then the huge multi hundreds of millions of dollars would accumulate from literally hundreds of millions of people playing ... would NEVER accumulate! Cheers, ABC
I think so
about as real as God is.