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Indoor Thermal Influence
Pyrokinesis is defined as the psychokinetic ability to influence propelling charged particles to high speeds, typically electrons because of their light weight, via an experients own electrical fields or through the remote influence of similar fields.
Experients act as low energy particle accelerators whereby increasing the temperature of systems, or objects, that are not in thermodynamic equilibrium.
Indoor thermal influencing exercises should be held in a small room (e.g. 7”W x 5”L x 8”H) at room temperature (68°F to 77°F). To measure progress, the experient should obtain a digital indoor (room) thermometer with a medium to large LCD display with digits at least 1-inch high that is capable of measuring temperatures up to 110°F.
These thermometers rage in price, but are typically priced around $10 and up. Experients should record starting temperatures and end temperatures to measure progress.
Experients should avoid increasing temperatures to above 106°F (41.1°C) as to avoid heat-related illnesses during prolonged exercises. All doors and windows should be shut during exercises and all fans/air conditioners should be turned off.
Immediately prior to exercises, experients should be encouraged to drink plenty of fluids if the exercises caused the experient to break a sweat. For experients in which cannot heat an area as large as a room, containment-based exercises should replace room-based exercises.
For containment-based exercises, experients should be encouraged to obtain a wireless digital indoor/outdoor thermometer and place the indoor potion within a container, and the outdoor portion outside of said container with the container starting at no larger than roughly 1ft sq.
(Adapted from the paper "Manual of Pyrokinesis: Applications, Experimentation, and Measurement” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)