posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 03:15 PM
reply to post by Em2013
In all fairness, that you used a 'trick' of some kind is more plausible than that you are actually capable of telekinesis, so I can understand that
Now, I disagree with the notion of holding claims to different standards of proof based on the nature of the claim, but surely you can recognize that
the demonstrations you offered are insufficient even as proof of a physical or otherwise natural process.
The human element (effort and practice) that make your alleged gift a 'skill' rather than a dumb or blind process is at the heart of the dilemma.
My suggestion to you would be to continue practicing until your level of ability is such that the effects can be reproduced on demand in a controlled
environment. If you are never capable of reaching that point, I suggest two possibilities:
1) You do not in fact have this power and are relying on confirmation bias
2) This power does in fact exist, but you have not developed it to a level sufficient to demonstrate proof of the phenomenon.
Both are possible, but the first is more likely.
Keep practicing. I understand James Randi has a cool million dollars waiting for you if you keep it up.