Ok, so I was looking at videos on youtube, and someone said that it was static electricity that made the psiwheel move. I was interested by that theory, so I played the video, and was immediately dissappointed to find that they were using an alluminum psi wheel.
I began to explain that the psiwheel was only turning as much as it was because it was made of a metal, which conducts static electricity like it would normal electricity, causing it to spin. Then I explained the what I meant by saying \" If you\'ve ever played the game were you shuffle in your chair, when you get up, your body built up static electricity, but when you touch anything that isn\'t metal, you keep the charge. If you touch the plastic of the chair, then it doesn\'t shock, but if you touch the metal frame, it does. This is because plastic is a horrible conductor. Then I explained that paper is also a very poor conductor compared to alluminum. The video creator basically cheated his own theory.\"
Then someone out of nowhere said, \"cloth isn\'t a conductor, but it conducts electricity.\" they contradicted themselves in one sentence... it isn\'t a conductor, and yet it conducts. I tried to explain again, but these people insist on the things that are purely opinion. I can\'t take anymore of their bullshit! If they want to be skeptical, can they at least know what they\'re talking about?