Imagine you are lying on your couch, just watching television leisurely. You want to change the channel, but the remote control is all the way on the table, with is almost a kilometer away! (exaggeration) So you point your finger at it and focus your eyes on it. It levitates in the air and floats towards you.
That is what is called TELEKINESIS. (I need to practice spelling that) Telekinesis, also called Psychokinesis, is the extraordinary ability to move objects through mind power. Lots of people say that they have done it, but scientifically, there's no proof it exists... yet.
Some amazing examples of telekinesis- Nina Kulagina. She was a woman who supposedly had TELEKINETIC powers. Here's a video demonstrating her ability. If you scroll down to the comments, there are a few interesting conversations where some people agree that it's possible while others believe that it was a propaganda, with magnets or strings behind the scenes. In fact, in 1:28, you can see a bit of string or something. What do you think? The popular Roald Dahl book Matilda also has examples of telekinesis.
History of telekinesis
When did this bizarre theory that you can move things with your mind form? It has bemused people for centuries but around the late 1800's, people actually started to believe it could be a scientific ability. There's a long history of people claiming that they've been able to magically bend or move objects without touching them, and telekinesis has been ambushed with mockery for ages. Why do people think that telekinesis is not possible?
There is no known proof that the human brain can BEND or MOVE physical objects.People claim that brainwaves are responsible, but scientifically proven physics say that brainwaves barely go an inch beyond the skull.
So what do you think? Do you actually think that you can MOVE things with nothing but brain power? Have you ever tried? I personally think this is an interesting and slightly frightening subject, do I want to find out more.
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