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    The Day The Pentagon Was Supposed to Lift Off Into Space

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    On Saturday, October 21, 1967, Washington, D.C., was rocked by a mass gathering. At least 100,000 people streamed into the nationís capital that autumn weekend, most of them college-age men and women, many of them students eligible for the military draft, all there to protest the Vietnam War. At the time, about 500 soldiers were dying in Vietnam every month, and more and more Americans were coming to dispute President Johnsonís resolve to prosecute the war to a successful conclusion. That weekend crowds of antiwar activists and GIs met face-to-face, and history was made.
    If it were somehow possible to get everyone (or close to everyone) on the planet to channel their energy in such a way, do you think it would be possible to move things?

    If it is possible, it is important to remember the Pentagon is an extremely heavy object. 50,000 people probably wouldn't be enough. I'm unable to move even a tiny scrap of paper with my mind, so if I do have any power it is obviously less than that... lol :spinnysmi
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    100,000 The things I could do with such weight in numbers *cackles*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laisrean View Post
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    If it were somehow possible to get everyone (or close to everyone) on the planet to channel their energy in such a way, do you think it would be possible to move things?

    If it is possible, it is important to remember the Pentagon is an extremely heavy object. 50,000 people probably wouldn't be enough. I'm unable to move even a tiny scrap of paper with my mind, so if I do have any power it is obviously less than that... lol :spinnysmi

    Trained, focused energy matters more than scattered energy in bulk.

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