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Telekinesis: Does distance matter?

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Telekinesis: Does distance matter?
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The results of several experiments in to telekinesis using a psi-wheel under a glass bowl.

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Weight distribution surely ! tin foil shaped like In the video and on every corner will have a seperate weight mass which will cause movement especially on a needle..

Weight and gravity are the only two things moving the foil here...

AM I wrong ? ...

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<b>Telekinesis: Does distance matter?</b>

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<b><a href='http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/viewvideo.php?id=p5p31HvosR4&tid=188264' target='_blank'>Click here to watch video - 10:39s</a></b>

The results of several experiments in to telekinesis using a psi-wheel under a glass bowl.</div>

Weight distribution is definitely feasible. An electrical current could also flow through the metal under the table if there's a source close enough to it.

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Heat, this guy is old enough to know better than to play such kiddy games.

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The true amount of energy required to move a feather without pushing the air and using only thoughts exceeds what the brain could survive in the way of heat and pulse-speeds. Why do you think extra-terrestrials are depicted with such large heads with thin and frail skulls?

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