posted on Sep, 4 2008 @ 12:39 PM
reply to post by siahchi
That's not evidence for them being able to do it, just stories. If we are to believe all stories, then one has to ask why they didn't use the force
and move them with their midichlorians?
I guess it would be another matter to induce resonance in a solid body, and the vibrations created would make the object bounce. In that state it
would be relatively easy to push it around, as it is easy to push a 300lb guy on a pogo stick when he's not on the ground (poor pogo stick). The
only problem with that, is the object will be smashing against the ground for each resonant vibration, which in the case of stone, would make it
crumble rather rapidly.