Originally Posted by BreakDecksDon't talk about mental ability when you have that many typos in a single sentance. I can't even count them because I can't tell where one typo ends and the other begins.
I am assuming that you are suggesting that people can levitate by will through the power of the mind. I know this is off topic, but as many people know, I love to rant about science.
The human brain is not capable of telekinesis. The only thing that can levitate objects is high powered electromagnetic fields. These fields require massive coils of wire and tens of millions of volts of electricity (things that the brain does not have), and cannot be "aimed" with any accuracy.
Still, scientists have tested if the human brain is capable of telekinesis. They put various objects on extremely sensitive scales, and then had people attempt to levitate it both individually, and in groups. The force required to lift the object is equal to it's weight in newtons (it's mass times gravity), so they set the scale to measure at that offset. The object, sitting undisturbed on the scale has an average weight (fluctuations are caused by air movement, earth's magnetic field, the gravity of the moon, even the tides on the other side of the earth. And yes, that scale is sensitive enough to detect those tiny changes).
After establishing an average weight, they measured the differences in the average weight measured by the scale. There was NO change. The human brain does not have the ability to defy gravity, and it has no special forces that it can manipulate. If it cannot even apply a couple millionths of a newton of force to a block of wood, then it certainly cannot lift an entire human body.
just how did u even write all that??? dude dont u think i was exagurating a alot??? you didnt take me that seriously right