've been doing my own research about tk. These are some of the questions I would like to answer. Everyone probably has their own theories about the answers to these questions, but the fact is that nobody knows. They're just theories. Thought I'd share the questions:
*Is there a connection between quantum theory and tk, and if so, what is it?
* Do practitioners move their target with heat, aura, some unknown "psi" energy, or do they simply connect with with the object, communicate with it and will it to move? What is it that causes the movement?
*What is the place of serotonin or pinoline in tk?
*What is the function of and relationship between the conscious, subconscious, and unconscious minds?
*How does one's environment and lifestyle affect one's tk progression or ability? (ex: diet, habitat, abuse, education, spirituality...)
*Can some people be genetically more predisposed to developing tk than others?
*At what point in human evolution did these abilities become available within the human mind?
*What is an "aura?" Can it be seen or felt? What is it composed of? What does it affect?
* Is there a connection between alchemy and tk, and if so what is it?
* Do we have an energy field? Do inanimate objects have an energy field? How does this relate to tk?
*What causes blocks, or dry spells? Why do people not develop in a straight line, as they do when practicing and instrument, learning a school subject, or lifting weights to increase physical strength?
*What is the greatest tk feat that the human brain can take? That is, how much tk is a typical, trained human capable of without serious penalty?
*What are the positive and negative effects of tk practice on the practitioner, physically?
*Is there an experiment that can prove, beyond question, that the human mind can affect matter? One that can answer every argument and weild the same results every time?
*Why does attitude, emotions, confidence, et cetera affect tk results?
I'll probably add more questions than answers as time goes one. The more I learn the more information is needed to make sense of it all.