posted on Aug, 29 2010 @ 02:47 PM
reply to post by v01i0
But beware, this may reduce the effectiveness of your PSI force.
I had heard about the jar, but I anticipated a rejection based on your statement. The cat is out of the bag now.
Maybe it sounds silly, but no doubt we will hear it soon.
Of course a jar would inhibit the flow of psi energy!
I'm not trying to be glib, but it's why my suggestion pandered a bit to that anticipated objection a few posts ago, and attempted to nullify that
hurdle, legit or not, before the objection was officially made.
And so, my suggestion of performing a demonstration using "feathers" perhaps, something to rule out the movement of air.
Another way to put it: How could anyone imagine feathers inhibiting the PSI force?
And so, the anticipated objection should be
Of course, "if" the wheel can be made to spin within a sealed jar, I would be all for it.
But in the meantime, I think one might have their hands full just trying to do a proper "feather" demonstration.
Sorry OP, it wasn't that I was waiting for you to object, I just knew someone was going to bring it up anyway.
Now we're ahead of the curve. If my suggested demonstration can be accomplished properly, a new era will dawn for humankind!