Is there a type of remote manipulation of matter/energy that can be practiced and performed WHILE scientifically explained?

I’ve studied many philosophies of human spiritual potential for at least a year now. This includes shamanism, magic, etc. I was wondering if there can be a scientific explanation to any of these, particularly Qi (Chi).



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    There really isn’t, but remember what Hamlet said to his friend:

    “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,

    Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”

    You can get a pretty good handle on where there is at least a remote possibility by consulting — of all things! — Wikipedia. If a topic is labeled “Fringe” it’s a big red warning sign. For the major subjects such as magic, shamanism and chi, there have been major, very heated battles about the content now for years, and tentative answers have been reached. If there’s ANY validity in ANY respect to a topic, it’s likely to appear in the Wikipedia article.

    However Wikipedia isn’t the Philosopher’s Stone in this, either. And some actually quite hot and mysterious topics are buried in other articles. For example there was an experiment in a Swiss cyclotron a few years ago that showed two particles that were recently split — CONTINUED TO ACT AS IF THEY WERE ATTACHED. The experiment has been repeated, and there’s considerable speculation about what is going on.

    So, don’t give up hope that “The Force” might actually exist, somehow.

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