Alright, so I manage to "borrow" my friends spoon lol...
Anyways so here is an update on my report:
Tested Spoon #1:
Made of Stainless Steel (China).
Physically possible to bend: Yes! While I did manage to bend the spoon, it caused alot of physical constraints and required at least twice of the
force as last time. It was very difficult to get it to wind up the neck of the sppon twice, I actually couldnt get it to wind the second time around.
An explanation would be I was trying to bend steel, while, I in the other spoon, I was trying to bend aluminum or some sort of weaker metal.
Alterateration of physical property: Yes, similar to the orginal spoon that I bent, this spoon physical property change, it definitely lost its luster
and got rougher, but not as bad as the first spoon. Unlike the previous spoon which was easier to spin, this one was so much harder to unwind. I also
realize the metal are never perfectly smooth, and always have small are pockets, but when you bend and stretch the spoon, the pores stretch and causes
the rugged feel.
Thermoenergy release: Yes, however it wasn't as hot as last time, and the heat dispersed in a matter of a four seconds, however in the original
spoon, the metal stayed hot for up from 30 seconds to a minute. It could be that since this soon was compose up of a harder metal than the orginal
one, and because it was harder for me to churn or wind the metal, I didn't produce enough force to cause that thermoreaction.
Overall Conclusion: While I did manage to pull physically bending the tested spoon, I realize that I never got the same results as the last one. An
explanation why I didn't get one was the two spoons weren't the same type of metal. The tested spoon was stainless steel, while the other one was
inconlusive, however the spoon that I bend with 1/64 inch time thicker than the tested spoon, which is pretty signficant.
Another explanation, would be mind over matter. Maybe its not that I was sending energy into our spoon, and changing its property but maybe I broke
some mental barrier that would normal constraint me from bending metal. So mind over matter, it could be something much bigger, like manipulating
Anyways overall, I found this first test flawed, it was not controlled well, I didn't use the same type of spoon, and I already had the mentality to
bend metal. So, I'm gonna try to get a collections of spoon, and get and see if people can bend it, and try to bend a thicker spoon, maybe 1/16+,
I would also like to add, I'm not a strong or athlethic guy (well maybe I am) but I haven't excerise in like a 1 1/2 year, and have difficulty
lifting up even 20lbs of weight
. I'm about 5'7, male, weigh about 127lbs, no I'm pulling a paris hilton, I just have a high metabolism and no
more muscles, I used to be 140lbs.) And another interesting thing, after I was able to wind the metal, I was able to spin the psiwheel with intense
speed and control. When I put up the metal spoon I bend orginally to the wheel, it reacted in the same fashion. So what does that mean? LOL I'll do
more research on this...
[edit on 25-4-2007 by skyblueff0]