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purpletouch

psi wheel is fake?!

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http://www.thekeyboard.org.uk/Uncovered%20psi%20wheel.html

so i saw this site about the psi wheel

taking into account what this dude has done

he has a strong proof of proving the psi wheel's invalidity

i wanna hear inputs on the methods he used

is it different from what you guys usually do

did he did something wrong along the way?

i haven't tried it myself

but i've seen videos circulating around youtube

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Hi, purpletouch. Welcome aboard.

Nice find. Your link doesn't work by clicking, so here is a clickable version:

http://www.thekeyboard.org.uk/Uncovered%20psi%20wheel.html

This is amateur science, science done for love, at its finest.

"Science" is a way of thinking, not fancy equipment, years of study, and obscure mathematical symbols. Those other things are tools to do science better. To do science in its purest form, however, each of us comes fully equipped at birth.

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I found that site months ago and bookmarked it specifically for smiting delusional psikiddies.

Psiwheels are about as genuine as the tooth fairy and the products I get emailed about promising to make me a better man.

Whoever thought spinning a small pinwheel was earthshaking - even if it was caused by psi - is an idiot. What would be the practical application of being able to spin a pinwheel with your mind? Entertaining small children? Doing on the street while begging for change because you spent your teenage years doing "psi" instead of getting an education?

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well lets just say psi is done in free time

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psiwheels i think is not paranormal

eventhough you can move it, i doubt that its your mind which causes it to move

anyway for the believers you may question me but i cannot show you an evidence anyway

anyway im also a believer and a skeptic at the same time

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oh but you are more skeptic than believer

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i just believe stuffs if its proven or experienced by myself

or when i realized

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thats what all the skeptics say

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He's got some pretty good points... I've been too afraid to use a psiwheel, it's a bit too untrustworthy for me. But I'm not opposed to anyone who uses them. I use pencils and pins, which have been doing well, and have been trying to move them through glasses (not very well -ha). A psiwheel for me is just too easily moved by other things such as air currents, like he was thinking. But that doesn't mean everyone who uses a psiwheel is wrong either.

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