posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 04:55 AM
Well, If I ever need to move my Cup of Coffee I know exactly what to do..
This is great. Thanks for posting it.
Seriously though. I don't give this much creedence. It's all well and good move some Polystyrene bits and a polystyrene cup in a plexiglass
enclosure. Trying to move 20tons, out in the open, would require a lot of energy using this method.
I know there are rumours of the Monks using sound to move heavy materials but I've yet to see any real proof of this being done. I don't accept this
as being proof in fact, I see this of more an example as to why it can't be done.
If you look at this logically you have all the sound being contained in a small area. The sound is being produced by more than one source and is being
reflected from a number of sides. Out in the open, trying to move a 10ton block would require a lot of energy.
Just because I can't see how Sound can't move Giant Stones, doesn't mean I don't believe it can't be done. I just don't think this proves that
it can be done.
I have a feeling that there's a reason they're using Polystyrene and what looks like a bit of Foam Rubber in this demonstration. I think if they
tried it with some other material, it wouldn't of worked.