I do believe in kinetic energy. Like when a pool ball whacks into another pool ball and transfers…kinetic energy. I do believe in Auras, like when I play Diablo 2.
No. You don’t have to believe in something that is real. If I drop a hammer on a planet that has a known gravity I know it will fall. I don’t believe it, know it.
No supernatural beliefs me.
Kinetic energy? Perhaps you mean telekinesis?
Kinetic energy is an observable fact from physics — but you’re probably not referring to that, are you?
There is no evidence of any kind that there are “auras.”
irrationality is so much more fun but when it leads to real changes in real life there can be serious problems.too many people have a serious problem in dealing with reality.
Kinetic energy, yes. Auras, no.
I can double expose some film and show you some “auras” though, but it’s just that, double exposed film.
Auras is identified as paranormal whether as kinetic energy is a special energy and is hard not to believe in.
I do believe in both, I am Buddhist so spiritual practices that ties in with Auras
Kinetic energy, yes. But that has nothing to do with auras, which don’t exist.
Kinetic energy is a term which means any energy involved in motion.
kinetic energy is a matter of physics. believeing in auras is like believeing your gonna win the lottery every night.
Kinetic energy yes, objects in motion posses energy.
Kinetic Energy – Yes.
If by Aura, you mean the electromagnetic field that eminates from our bodies – then Yes
If you mean any other thing by those two terms, then No.
That’s like asking if my kid walks to school or carries his lunch.
No and I do not believe in astrological signs, alien probes or ghosts.
Yep and i also believe in flying pigs
auras. You can never tell what someone is feeling inside, but you can sometimes study them and get a good read on how their feelings.
I personally do. My boyfriend can see auras and feel energy.
What does kinetic energy have to do with new age bullcrap like auras?
Kinetic energy is energy of motion.
Not based on the available evidence, I don’t.