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ive seen the trailer and need to know in real life would bending like that be possible
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Eh. There's a type of Kenisis for every element almost. Ex: Pyrokenisis (The ability to move fire with your mind). Now Idk if its actually factual but you never know :) Ill let the rest of the Forum have at this.
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I haven't seen the movie, so I don't know about that, but pyrokinesis, along with hydrokinesis, aerokinesis, and whatever kind of kinesis earth would be do exist and are one hundred percent real
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Though the above is true...there is as of yet no real proof of this, so until such time as someone bends water in front of me I will tend not to believe it.

For things like this, you should remove all variables when you test it.
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For once Mew, I agree with you haha. There hasn't been such a break yet to where someone could literally, for example, make water "bend" for them (lift it up, shape it, ect.) BUT there have been instances where people could take a bowl of water and create waves and move light objects atop of said water(All disrupting variables made sure to be removed). Even making a simple candle flame move by someones will has been seen ( I even tried it :D and it worked to an extent).
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Only thing is...you would have to put both in a vacuum to properly test it. This would work for the water, but not for the flame as flame needs air as a source of combustion. ;)

You see, even minor air currents can cause waves or flickering.
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