Re: Movement Vs. Telekinesis

From: West Ben (
Date: Tue May 21 1996 - 11:40:25 BST

What is the difference between movement and telekinesis?

When reffering to movement you are also reffering to the laws of
physics and the laws of conservation of energy. when you think of
someone causing movement you invisage physical contact between that
person and the movement they are causing eg throwing a ball, knocking
down dominos. this "direct physical contact" is the key to the
movement as this is where the laws of the conservation of energy are
up held and enrgy is transformed from one form to another. kinetic
energy of a throwing hand is converted to kinetic and gravitational
energy of a ball for example. this is a causal law of physics and no
exceptions have been observed. with telekinesis there is none of
this "direct physical contact" hence it would appear not to up hold
the laws of physics. gravity is a force which acts at a distance so
why should the brain not create a force (a magnetic field for
example) and use this to move things and hold true to the laws of
physics. like wise it could be said that if you move something with
your hand your brain "willed" your hand to move so that is also
telekinesis, and the laws of physics are observed. all cases of
telekinesis can be eliminated as fraud or on other technical grounds
so IF you believe in telekinesis and that sort of thing then there is
no difference between that and movement.

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