posted on Sep, 23 2015 @ 04:50 AM
People actually want this to be unreal, as it threatens their cosy, mental world assembled by their education. So sceptics will concoct all sorts of
objections and criticisms that they think are irrefutable, whereas they are easily rebuted.
The plain fact of the matter is that this video provides NO evidence of fakery. You can imagine all sorts of things to explain the ostensible
psychokinesis, but until you come up with REAL evidence of hoaxing (as opposed to all your armchair explanations), this case stil needs investigating.
The weakness of the evidence is that the woman films the phenomena alone, opening her up to charges of fakery. What she needs to do is to provide
highly reputable, non-family witnesses (preferably engineers or scientists) who watch the phenomena as she films it and who afterwards attest on film
that they found no strings or paraphanalia that would generate the recorded anomalous movements. Without independent witnesses, this film has no
scientific value as evidence.