Technically it should be possible (more or less): set up the webcam and broadcast yourself during the entire run for anyone to connect at any time to see how you're getting along and have a chat.(But then you couldn't really expect someone to prove their 24-hour score to you now could you! )
Anyway, for me it's not exactly a question of belief or disbelief. My analysis of powerball videos suggests that certain balls are mechanically different in aspects that matter (some appear to have thinner axle, some appear to have lower moment of inertia). That's my interpretation of what I'm seeing, and in case anyone strongly disagrees or would like to discuss it, we certainly can (moving to another topic). My interpretation can be wrong indeed, hence I'm still interested in seeing at least one of you powerball champions show what you can do on a standard untweaked ball (and thus making your own proposal happen, by the way).
PS weighed my ball on another scale: rotor assy 182 g, total 257 g.