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telekinesis

Is telekinesis based in any fact?

telekinesis

telekinesis

One of the first uses of the term telekinesis was by American Henry Holt in his book On The Cosmic Relations, which discussed mysterious psycho-spiritual phenomena. Telekinesis first grabbed headlines in the late-19th century during séances. While a spiritualist medium spoke with the dead, objects appeared to move about the darkened room. This was later exposed as a hoax. Scientists and the military have conducted lengthy studies into telekinesis, including a 1930s Duke University study. It claimed to offer proof that individuals could use their minds to influence the outcome of a random number generator, but the results have never been successfully replicated. Physicists argue that brain waves are too weak to affect objects beyond a few centimetres from the skull, but admit that science still has a lot to learn about the behaviour of quantum particles.

Answered by Dave Roos