Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by angryhairpiece, Sep 6, 2006.

  1. What are your feelings about telekinesis and energy control? Just curious, I'll share my feelings after I hear what you guys say.

  2. Mecha

    Mecha Guest

    It is BS. Only self-delusional escapists or just plain wacked out people would believe in such things.

  3. Kazmarov

    Kazmarov For a Free Scotland

    While we can use our mind as a remote control for electronic devices which in turn could move the selected matter, the unaltered mind cannot move objects alone. It's like ESP and all that related stuff, while not inherently false it is vastly unsubstantiated.

  4. FCXShogun

    FCXShogun Guest

    Well bearing in mind that humans use only less than 20% of thier brains it might be possible...
  5. Malificus

    Malificus Likes snow

    We use less than 20% at a time. People use all of their brain though.
  6. Kazmarov

    Kazmarov For a Free Scotland

  7. Hoosier_Daddy

    Hoosier_Daddy Registered Member

    Research Report
    Dormancy of the Human Brain
    Dormant Brain Research and Development Laboratory
    T.D.A. Lingo, Director

    The human brain is only 10% functional, at best.
    The first to outline this theory, later proved a fact by others, was Australian Neurology Nobel Laureate Sir John Eccles. (Lecture: University of Colorado, University Memorial Center Boulder, July 31, 1974.) "The brain indicates its powers are endless."

    In England, John Lorber did autopsies on hydrocephalics. This illness causes all but the 1/6th inch layer of brain tissue to be dissolved by acidic spinal fluid. He tested the IQ's of patients before and during the disease. His findings showed that IQ remained constant up to death. Although over 90% of brain tissue was destroyed by the disease, it had no impact on what we consider to be normal intelligence.

    Russian neurosurgeon Alexandre Luria proved that the 1/3 bulk of frontal lobes are mostly dormant. He did this by performing ablation experiments on persons. He gave physiological and psychological tests before, cut out parts and whole frontal lobes, the re-tested after. His conclusion: removal of part or all of frontal lobes causes no major change in brain function, (some change in mood alteration). The frontal lobes are mostly dormant, asleep. (Luria, A.R. "Frontal Lobes and the Regulation of Behavior." In: K.H. Pribram and A.R. Luria, Editors, Psychophysiology of the Frontal Lobes. New York, and London, Academic Press, 1973)

    Finally, the human brain contains 10 billion neurons, mostly in the outer layer of brain cortex. the function of these currently dominant cells is fairly clear. but the brain also contains 120 billion glial cells. Aside from some secondary nurturing of neurons, the primary function of the glia is not clear. What big bang mirical awaits mankind within these mysteries?

    Today, most would agree without argument that the potential of the human brain is infinite. Thus, to state that a person uses 10%, 5%, or even 1% of their potential brain capacity (infinity) is overly generous.

    The point is this: There is no dispute among honestly rational experts about the latent potential of the human think box. There is only friendly dispute about how much and what still awaits us, patiently to be self-discovered between each set of ears. Hence, the wisdom of intuitive folksay was correct: "The human brain is only 10% functional." John Eccles thinks that number is too high. "How can you calculate a percentage of infinity?"


  8. The reason I asked was because I recently dug up an old elementary school assignment (a journal I had to keep for a week, and update every day) and one of the entries, was posted right after I saw the movie "Phenomenon" for the first time. I talked about how I thought I could learn "to move things with out touching them" if I tried hard enough...:p, and I was just wondering what other people thought of it.

    I personally believe that we as humans only use a fraction of our brains, and am not quite sure what the rest of it does, and although I would love telekinetic abilities, I am very content with the power of reading my own mind for the time being.
  9. Fresh

    Fresh Aw, Here It Goes!

    I dont really believe in Telekinesis. Havent seen enough evidence to lead me to believe that its real and it exists.
  10. Hoosier_Daddy

    Hoosier_Daddy Registered Member

    Do I believe that we have this ability now, although yet unharnessed? No, I don't. I do however believe that as we evolve as a race it's entirely possible that at some point in the distant future there will be evidence that it does exist.


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