how about because there´s no such a thing as levitation?
but there´s many ways of faking it,
that´s why is only a few inches above the ground?
also.. i dont know how you can use LOGICAL and LEVITATION in the same sentence...
Sure there is. Apply a high voltage to a rig made from thin pieces of aluminum, and it'll levitate. Maglevs have levitation right in their name.
Oh, sorry, we're talking about PARANORMAL levitation. Does it make a difference? No, because as Scepcop wrote in the other thread, it either exists, and is in some sense ordinary, or it doesn't exist, and it just doesn't exist.
I'm sure if you told people in 1900s that eventually trains would go 300mph held aloft by an invisible force field, they'd tell you to put down the H.G. Wells books and come back to reality.
How do we as humans have any right to say what is impossible, when we haven't even figured out all of the subatomic particles? Not to mention baryogenesis, black hole information paradox, what caused the big bang in the first place, etc.
As for the comment of "why feet, not inches," it's possible it might have started out small, but then quickly led to higher flights due to some sort of positive feedback loop. What would have prevented him from rocketing up into space is thinking, "Oh crap oh crap too high!" and disrupting whatever was causing the levitation in the first place.
Hey, you there. Yes, you. Read more journal articles.
If what I say sounds like the teacher from Charlie Brown (Wah wahh woohh wuh waah), then you should try college. It's fun, and only costs you your soul and several tens of thousands of dollars.
“I agree that by the standards of any other area of science that remote viewing is proven“ - Richard Wiseman
Let's make directional hypotheses, test them repeatedly, replicate experiments, and publish results! Yay, science!