# Psi Properties

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Has anyone ever tried to measure psionic flux?

All-at-a-distance-forces in physics have flux like the forces magnetic, electric, electromagnetic, and gravitic. Psi has the property of acting at a distance therefore it has flux. Flux can happen when one wave intercepts another wave and a series of waves intercept each other along a line of force. If waves stop intercepting the wave of the flux to continue the series. Then flux strength decreases by decreasing; the distance the total waves of the flux, the ability of the flux to interact with the target, duration of effect, and area of effect all decrease.

In order to increase the effect of psi mastering the generating and propogation of psionic flux directly controls the probability that a psionic event will happen.

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I'm not sure where this information is coming from or where you're trying to take it. Simplify it please.

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[quote="Wyndle"]I'm not sure where this information is coming from or where you're trying to take it. Simplify it please.[/quote]

Forces that act at a distance interact with themselves a certain way, generating flux that determines properties of effect at the end point of those forces. For example flux, field, and current are at 45 degree angles from each other within a 90 degree limit. Wave propagation is the mechanics of flux. This descripted in multiple waves intercepting each other along a line of force. If along that line of force waves stop incercepting each other, the strength of the flux and end result of flux is diminished.

Therefore in order to contribute to the effectiveness of all psionic abilities, if flux exists it is vital.

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You are assuming too much. There is evidence to support theories that psionic energy and communication exists in quantum physics. If what you were suggesting is true then science would have already uncovered a way to measure the flux. There are enough devoted and brilliant minds who are researching this in earnest that one of them would have found it by now.

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[quote="Wyndle"]You are assuming too much.[/quote]
I am using science and logic to expound upon a property of psi, the property of acting at a distance.

[quote="Wyndle"]If what you were suggesting is true then science would have already uncovered a way to measure the flux. There are enough devoted and brilliant minds who are researching this in earnest that one of them would have found it by now.[/quote]

Science already measures flux for obvious forces due to electric, magnetic, elctromagnetic, and gravitic. They do so due to James Clerk Maxwell who lived and died in the 1800's before psi was recognized. His equations have yet to be applied to psionics from what I have seen. This is due not to a lack of brilliance but creativity. If one part of science applies, why not the effective parts of the rest?