posted on Apr, 17 2006 @ 07:27 AM
Yeah, if nothing else, this video gave me another boost of hope that psi abilties are actually real. After a long and boring period where nothing
seemed to be happening and most videos and pictures were a bit fishy, it is a nice change of pace.
As I said, if he made another video without his hands anywhere near the glass it would be much better. If he panned the camera out a bit more and
showed his face, it could rule out the stop animation bit as well.
Hmm...I wonder, could he have used stop motion techniques on the camera? Theres just something fishy about the video...I cant place my finger
From my experience with stop motion video, it would have been a lot easier for him to just learn psychic powers
. I've made a few amateur stop
motion videos with lego and some other stuff. But when it comes to people, they simply aren't designed to stay perfectly still for two minutes
straight. If the glass was lifted or moved, I'd suspect you would see a drastic change in the reflection coming off of it. Having a person hold an
object and then stopping, taking the object out of their hand, and making it appear as if the object has disappeared is one thing (pretty easy), but
making a psiwheel stop-motion video is a whole other ballgame.
Well, I was noticing when he was doing the spinnng, his hands were rigid, but moving alittle jerky, compared ot when he backed his hands up or
Have you ever tried to hold your hands straight out for two minutes? It gets a little jerky.... Now add in the nervousness of recording a video that
you intend to release for the entire internet to see and comment on. And on top of that, if the video IS real, then he must have some sort of energy
coming out of his hands as well.
I'm still not a 100% believer, but this video certainly raised my 'believe levels' about 15%.
A few more videos like this, and I don't think it will be deniable for much longer. And even if it is a fake, it's one hell of a magic trick.
[edit on 17-4-2006 by Yarcofin]