True, but I find that it does put to rest certain arguments psions use... ie: "Well, everyone's got an an EM field around them! Its that EM field responsible for ..."
What has the experiment shown? It has shown, to a reasonable degree, that the bodies natural EM field is very faint, drowned out by ambient noise, and not influenced by just thought. Do you not agree that this is evidence against the people who claim to blow up lightbulbs and short circuit computers *unintentionally*?
True. I never said this experiment was proof of anything. It is, however, counter evidence (theres a difference between proof and evidence). Understanding that someones EM field is naturally too weak to be of any significance, and also that thought does not change this, along side knowing that my physiology is no different, in essance, than anyone elses here, serves as evidence against those who claim to unintentionally affect electronics unintentionally. The experiment factors out the human electric field, affected by their random thoughts, as a cause, and therefore the explenation is narrowed down to "lies", "coincidence" or "some other unknown and mysterious force that has nothing to do with electricity, yet affects electronics".
Are you missing your left hand? Are you an amputee? Then you can write with your left hand. You might not be able to write as "neatly" as your left handed friend, but you can still do it. And how will you become better? By practicing it. So, by your own example, how would people become good at EK? By practicing EK... which means you could already do it to some degree to start with...
And of course, this is definitly nothing conclusive... the sample size was just myself, afterall, but if anyone is willing to come to Ottawa to participate in the experiment, I can get us back into that lab. It will have to be soon though!