Mossling wrote:These videos are the most convincing evidence I have ever seen for such abilities.
Mossling wrote:There are some convenient answers to this - after John Chang was tested by the scientists named (I haven't checked out their authenticity yet), they had a meal together, where John Chang pushed the chopstick through the table, and in his giddiness, he broke off the part of the chopstick sticking above the table; cutting his hand slightly, and hitting a woman between the eyes with the flying chopstick, thus drawing more blood.
John Chang's master had apparently told him never to use his powers for show, and that he should never use them to draw blood. He had disobeyed both rules (although he hadn't intended to draw blood), and so his master's ghost haunted his sleep all night. After that John Chang asked everyone to leave, and no more was heard from him. The third video is apparently later than that event - a leaked secret video of a Western student being taught telekenesis.
The chopstick hitting the woman between the eyes must have been an accident - if he had enough skill to do that, then he could possibly have enough skill to set fire to paper with his bare hands! He could have blinded the poor woman. The apparently random, yet highly meaningful, factors in the story add to it's integrity.
Emmanuel Goldstein wrote:That is utterly preposterous. Let me know when any of this can be documented and published in a credible peer reviewed scientific journal. You really shouldn't believe everything you are told.
Mossling wrote:3) John Chang is a very skilled close-quarters conjurer - to the extent he can light an LED between his forefinger and thumb without apparent discovery by scientists analysing him in the way they want to.
Sisyphus wrote:I actually used to do magic tricks when I was a kid. "Chi energy revealed!"
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