Those were pretty bad. The only ones remotely useable were two of them with the pinwheel and the pen.
The pen trick is a very easy one. You take a small magnet and put it under the table, right under the pen. You have metal parts in the pen and those
are moved by the magnet. Why would a psionist only move the front or back part of the pen at once? Is his brain unbalanced? No. You also see his
hands twitch, as they might do as the other hand moves his body under the table. Notice, if you put one hand way under a table and the other above,
your body will move slightly as you position your other hand. That was a sad trick.
Secondly, the 2 pinwheel ones were harder to point out. On the second one, though, the secret was given away. The third pinwheel movie, or second
good one, had some anomalies. Notice that the guy's hand goes from redish to purplish. It also seems to freeze in certain frames and unless he's
an ARTIST (or visual artist), no one really keeps their hands that still. Also, you'll notice that the pinwheel always has the same edge pointed
down. This not only means that it was pivoting, but that there may be a whole in the table where the pivoting point is turning. The slight wobble
effect that keeps the one edge pointed down might explain why there could be a whole in the table.
In my opinion, someone good with photoshop or some other program could easily fake those and they certainly look like they were faked.
What would show that it wasn't faked? uniform movement/motion, rolling effect (such as the pen), hands with little motion (not freezing or
flickering about), a movie that doesn't change colors
, a movie of such high quality that it would take a government agent to fake it.
I want to believe that psionists exist, but I'll need more proof than what that site gives. I could probably give a better show than that