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Hydrokinesis is defined as the psychokinetic ability to influence the flow of liquids via either mental influence or an experients own natural electric or electromagnetic fields, primarily in the hands.
Many types of experiments and exercises have been developed for experients of hydrokinetic phenomena. In this particular exercise, experients must understand that some liquids display immiscibility.
A familiar mixture of two immiscible liquids in everyday life is vegetable oil and water as they are incapable of being mixed unlike miscible liquids such as water and alcohol. For this exercise, an experient will be required to obtain a basic round container, short in height, holding two-thirds its size of water, and a medium sized drop of vegetable oil.
In this exercise the experient will have the option to influence the direction of the oil itself, or create a vortex, or general turbulence, in the water whereby affecting the direction of the drop of oil.
Enhancement is measurable through increased speed and rate of rotation or turbulence. Experients can also utilize a measuring cup for this exercise and record the height of the outer layer during rotation or turbulent effect to track progression of influence.
(Adapted from the paper "Manual of Hydrokinesis: Applications, Experimentation, and Measurement” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)