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Studies have proven telekinesis is real. Am I not human?
Lownch Lownch 18-21, M 3 Answers Feb 4 in Community

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dude... why cant i ... i should be getting priority :p

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It's not real, it doesn't work, there are no legitimate studies showing this, don't believe it, false.

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From WIKIPEDIA:


''An un-published study,[4] referenced in the May 2009 edition of Wired and performed by Professor Garret Moddel of the University of Colorado at Boulder, performed an experiment that supports the concept of 'mind over matter': in 2007, Professor Moddel aimed a beam of light at a glass slide and asked his test-subjects to mentally increase the amount of reflected light. With a baseline of 8 percent, the subjects were able to successfully increase the reflection of the beam by .05 percent, and showed a similar success when asked to mentally decrease the amount of reflected light. Started in 2007, the Dutch artist Iebele Abel used scientific methods to create artworks and music related to mind-matter correspondence. These methods developed into an electronic instrument called Real-time Indeterminate Synthetic Music Feedback (RT-ISMF), which was designed for empirical research on subjective experiences induced by music derived from micro-psychokinetic effects.''

Thoughts? After researching a phenomenon called Quantum Entanglement, is it possible that with say, two Quantum entangled objects, you could move or alter one, and the other entangled object you're not touching would also move in space without some external force? It got me curious.

I also hear Quantum Entanglement being used as a mechanism for telepathy.

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Telekinesis has been proven.

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Quantum mechanics isn't even proven.

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Did you read about the study? Telekinesis was proven in 2007,

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Did you read the rest of the Wikipedia article? Telekinesis is fake.

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Then what about the study that PROVED IT? QUOTE: ''An un-published study,[4] referenced in the May 2009 edition of Wired and performed by Professor Garret Moddel of the University of Colorado at Boulder, performed an experiment that supports the concept of 'mind over matter': in 2007, Professor Moddel aimed a beam of light at a glass slide and asked his test-subjects to mentally increase the amount of reflected light. With a baseline of 8 percent, the subjects were able to successfully increase the reflection of the beam by .05 percent, and showed a similar success when asked to mentally decrease the amount of reflected light. Started in 2007, the Dutch artist Iebele Abel used scientific methods to create artworks and music related to mind-matter correspondence. These methods developed into an electronic instrument called Real-time Indeterminate Synthetic Music Feedback (RT-ISMF), which was designed for empirical research on subjective experiences induced by music derived from micro-psychokinetic effects.''

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Idk I'm working on it too

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