I found this article a little Bizarre, my answer would be no, yet If it can be proven in Science and the studies replicated, I would have to think again! http://snipurl.com/cbt4 Dutch scientists carried out a more astonishing experiment: they managed to levitate a frog. The scientists are certain that they will finally develop a special equipment to raise objects (even a human being) off the ground. The Dutch researchers said that the frog was the first live creature, which raised in the air without the mechanical power conversion ? without a jump, a push, a propeller, wings, a blast wave, etc. Former skeptics have to shrug their shoulders now in an answer to the question about the phenomenon of levitation. It would be stupid to deny it after the ?flying Dutch frog.? Special research will prove (or reject) legends, which say that a human being is capable of breaking the Earth's gravity without a special equipment. Such experiments are underway. An interesting experiment was carried out in one of Russian universities, at the psychological department. A person was told during a seance of hypnosis that he was inside an orbiting spaceship. A hypnotist told the person that he was about to find himself into a state of weightlessness. When devices showed the complete absence of weight, the scientists did not believe their eyes: the weight of the hypnotized individual vanished totally.