How are they moving falling things?
The tooth brush stops in the middle of the lavabo. Many things fall. Is that electromagnetic beams? Do electromagnetic beams fall things, provoke heat and electromagnetic field?
What's war surplus radar equipment and giant generators?
Where did they place it and how it works?
- 2 weeks ago
It is hidden in plain sight. How does water fall and why. It is only natural to fall. This is earth and here is where things fall.
- English GuyLv 64 weeks ago
You have asked this question before. Nobody has purchased surplus radar equipment so they can knock your toothbrush to the floor. That is the direction that gravity tends to pull things. If it is headed for the floor, then you are looking at something that has simply lost its battle with gravity. If it travels to your right or left and remains on your wall, then you have something to write home about. In future, simply make sure that your toothbrush is not precariously hanging off the shelf but is well placed.
- jeffdanielkLv 41 month ago
Gravity causes things to fall.
- TomLv 71 month ago
According to HUT (Holographic Universe Theory) Physics, Particles exist on an "Upper Level" reality, where space as position or distance between them does not exist. Our 3D space/universe is essentially an "illusion" of perception, where we interpret certain wave attributes of the particles as POSITIONS in a 3D space.---Not unlike we perceive EM radiation of a given frequency, a "color"--such as red. As our bodies are made of the same particles, we have our own "position" relative to ourselves, others and other objects i our 3D "lower reality".
So if some independent "entities" exist, they might effectively, "Move things", by simply changing the wave attributes (frequency, polarization, phase, etc.) that control WHERE we see it in our own 3D Space.------This explains the erratic movement and even "floating" effects. So if the particle waves of a vase, for example, are changed to match a space 10 feet in the air and 5 feet to the right, THAT is where it will appear to be.---It will even FLOAT as the particle location has been reset---AND HELD, it cannot fall, as such a motion would reset it's wave attributes and thus it's perceived position -----Moved objects in this manner depend on how quickly and in what way the position attributes are changed---and thus look "un-natural" .
Of course there might not be "entities" at all, but merely "Glitches" or "Interferences" that may affect the position attributes of the particle waves.--This MIGHT even be how "psychokinesis" works----the brain itself changing the particle waves and thus affecting apparent position.
Take HUT seriously, as it is gaining more and more favor in modern physics circles--and there is a LOT of good evidence for it.
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- Anonymous1 month ago
War surplus radar equipment and giant generators. Isn't it obvious?
Do not try this at home! 🤯
- Obi Wan KnievelLv 71 month ago
No it's not electromagnetic beams. Not MK Ultra either.
Things fall because gravity. Look it up, it's not a secret or anything. Electronic beams are what makes your smartphone work, not what makes stuff fall.
- 1 month ago
A B2, who brushes their teeth in a lavabo? It's inconsiderate, unsanitary, and just plain stupid to brush your teeth with water used to wash hands. Falling things are usually provoked by careless placement and the effects of gravity.