Jelena the Magnetic Girl Jan 4, 2011 12:19:00 GMT -4
Post by on Jan 4, 2011 12:19:00 GMT -4
My question is have you watched it? Look at how the ladle moves, it pivots on an area on her hand where it makes contact. Yet you still insist that it is not in contact with her skin.
I watch it again and again and the ladle doesn't touch the skin. it is moving away from the hand
I simply do not understand why you choose to believe what someone says in a YouTube video. It is remotely possible that there are properties at work here that are not understood, but your credulousness of grasping at the unlikely while dismissing known and testable causes for what you see is just amazing to me.
I don't see that it is sticking to her hand . it is not 'known and testable' that metals as heavy as in the second video stick to oily skin. it is not testable that ladles move as such against a hand. thi is why scientists are studying it. it is because it is unusual. I am amazed how you can't see all this.
Try and see what will stick to your skin when it is especially oily. Coins will stick to my forehead for as long as I can hold still enough not to move the skin.
heavy things will not stick to oily skin as in the such video. there was an ironer and other heavy tools. the oily skin should be unusual and deserves to be looked at. Again, had it been so usual scientists wouldn't have studied it.
The other possibility that is not explored is direct fraud. Despite what the video may claim about the absence of double sided tape, there could be one of an array of clear adhesives on the objects.
the scientists should search for fraud like implanting magnetic chips in the skin or whatever.. I don' think they found adhesives on things or else they would have stoppe studying it