The true convincing really takes place when a person who watches my videos dedicates some quality time to trying this out.
I don't know who I would contact in the scientific community. Two things work against me: (1) very few scientists take psi seriously; (2) I live in Northern Ireland, which would mean travel.
And these days I should add (3): I'm totally out of practice. Interestingly, that observation lends credibility to what I was doing back in 2008-09. If success requires building a mental skill through practice, then the effect is unlikely to be due to accidental external forces.
I do recommend trying it. I had the advantage of witnessing PK in my teens, so I already had high confidence that it could be achieved. If I can inject a bit of that confidence into others through my videos, then that's something.
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