What is the probability that “supernatural” effects of the Charlie, Charlie Challenge is in fact QUITE natural? Sometimes things abruptly move because of – get this – gravity. And considering the lack of support one pencil might have sitting atop another, I wouldn’t expect it to always stay still. As I’m writing this blog, I checked the news to see if the Challenge was been scientifically explained yet. It has: “With the Charlie Charlie game, however, nobody is actually touching the pencils. But they are still likely being pushed — the pencils have to be so finely balanced on top of each other that even the slightest movement from a breath or slightly tilted surface will push it around.” – from The Independent.
what were are really seeing is the devolving of human beings: people who are mystified by gravity in the same way cavemen might have been mystified by thunder and lightning. Christian fanatics recently have been up in arms over the apparent interest in today’s youth with the occult – when they’re really just scared that fewer people are accepting Christianity, and it’s losing the stronghold it has had on the globe for hundreds of years. What they should be more concerned about is the ignorance of today’s youth who mistake natural causes as otherworldly presence.