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1. Get a small glass or plastic see through bottle and fill it with sea water or even very salted (sodium chloride NaCl) salt water.
2. Close bottle with cap.
3. Shake bottle until bubbles appear.
4. Wait for bubble popping to settle down so that there is a stable number of bubbles in the bottle.
5. Select a single bubble, concentrate and choose for it to pop.
Method-2 provides a way for measuring the telekinetic force as well as a technique for improving ones telekinetic ability.
This method provides a number of bottles with varying concentrations of saline water, each bottle having precisely half the concentration of salt as the one it obtains its saline water from.
1. Get a number of glass or plastic see through bottle of the same type.
2. Label a number of bottles from 1 to the total number of bottles you require eg 1-4
3. Make a known concentration of saline water eg 100 mg/L and put fill bottle 1 with this. (Bottle-1 = 100mg/L)
4. Take 1/2 of this saline water and put into bottle 2. Fill bottle 2 with plain water. (Bottle-2 = 50mg/L)
5. Take 1/2 of the saline water in bottle 2 and put into bottle 3. Completely fill bottle 3 with plain water. (Bottle-3 = 25mg/L)
6. Take 1/2 of the saline water in bottle 3 and put into bottle 4. Completely fill bottle 4 with plain water. Discard 1/2 of liquid in of Bottle-4 to leave a empty space at top of bottle.
3. Continue with Method-1 above with each bottle. It should be easier to pop the bubbles in a bottle with a lower concentration of salt as the ion in the salt water strengthens the bubbles.
The experiments will show that you can pop the bubbles you chose to pop and strengthen the bubbles you chose to strengthen ie proof of telekinesis.