Telekinesis is the ability to move objects without physical contact, by the power of one’s mind. Communication with the deceased, is also called Telekinesis. Telekinesis is the ability to move objects without physical contact, by the power of one’s mind. Communication with the deceased, is also called Telekinesis.
The title says it all. Unlike a lot of other psychic gifts, telekinesis is not actually a psychic ability; it is a skill that can be learned. The ability is not very common, but it is still possible to learn to use telekinesis, and it may be performed by people of all ages.
Telekinesis, the mind’s ability to move small objects like atoms, molecules, grains of sand and salt from a distance, numbers on a die or in random number generators, has fascinated the world for centuries.
However, it was not until the late 19th and early 20th centuries that serious scientific attempts were made in university campus laboratories in the United States and Britain to study telekinesis, psychokinesis, and other unexplained paranormal phenomena.
For centuries, people have been fascinated by the abilities – tricky, magical or supernatural – of some people to move objects, lift people and chairs, bend spoons, predict the future, communicate with spirits, discuss reincarnation, near-death experiences and other scientifically unexplainable phenomena classified under parapsychology.
While many scientists have dismissed the study of paranormal phenomena as a crazy, pseudo or fake science not worth the time and effort of real scientific research, some scientists believe that parapsychology, and telekinesis in particular, is an embryonic science that needs more scientific experimentation and can lead to scientific developments that complement the laws of physics and quantum mechanics.
Dr. Brian Josephson, retired professor of physics at the University of Cambridge in London and former Nobel laureate, and the late astrophysicist and popular author Carl Sagan believe that there is sufficient scientific evidence for some parapsychological phenomena and that scientific research should continue in these areas.
At the time he wrote this, Josephson was arguing that quantum mechanical theory was merging with information and computer theories, and that this fusion could lead to the explanation of phenomena not understood by conventional science, such as… B. telepathy, an area where Britain is at the forefront of research, he writes.
According to Dr. Josephson, there is abundant evidence for the existence of telepathy, but the scientific community has rejected research into it. The late Dr. Sagan suggested that there are claims in the field of parapsychology that have experimental support and deserve serious investigation because they could be true.
One area of parapsychology that Dr. Sagan described as promising in terms of scientific experimentation includes telekinesis and the experiments conducted at Princeton University’s Engineering Anomaly Research Laboratory (PEAR), which closed in 2007 after 28 years of research.
Over the years, scientists have experimented with telekinesis, attempting to control and move objects from a distance by focusing consciousness on an object. This has been done on large objects, macro-telekinesis, such as cars, chairs, people, washing machines, and on small objects, micro-telekinesis, grains of sand, atoms, molecules, cubes and numbers.
At Princeton, Dr. Robert Jans, founder of the PEAR project, used a true random number generator based on electronics, electricity, and radioactive noise to generate a data stream that was recorded and analyzed by computer software. In Yang’s experiment, people tried to change the structure of randomly generated numbers by concentrating their thoughts. This experiment, similar to flipping a coin, challenges mathematical probabilities by focusing the mind and its energy on changing the outcome of random numbers.
After applying a meta-analysis, a statistical method, over a period of 28 years, Jans found that the small and consistent but generally positive effect of focusing the human mind on randomly generated numbers was statistically significant and that people could change randomly generated numbers using telekinesis.
Despite Jans’ findings, which were criticized by many in the scientific community, scientific experiments with paranormal phenomena on American college campuses ended in 1988. After 130 years of scientific investigation, the U.S. National Academy of Sciences has declared that there is no scientific proof for the existence of paranormal and parapsychological phenomena.
Today, modern practitioners of psychokinesis and telekinesis experiment and practice psychic abilities in Britain and 30 other countries, in addition to private institutions, psychics and astrologers.