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  Exclusive Interview with ​Stephanie
Conatus NewsExclusive Interview with ​Stephanie Guttormson ​- Operations Director for the Richard Dawkins Foundation for ...Conatus NewsI also credit people like David Silverman from American Atheists being super open about it as well as Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Christopher Hitchens, and James Randi. These are people that I know opened my eyes and open the eyes of ...
Posted on 7 March 2017 | 11:15 am
  James Randi debunks Magnet Man - Boing Boing
Boing BoingJames Randi debunks Magnet ManBoing BoingIn This video, professional skeptic James Randi demonstrates his new powder (called tal-kom or something like that) that demagnetizes a magnetic man. SHARE / TWEET / 39 COMMENTS · debunkers. report this ad. GET THE BOING BOING NEWSLETTER ...and more »
Posted on 6 March 2017 | 9:39 am
  Interview with James Underdown – Executive
Conatus NewsInterview with James Underdown – Executive Director of Center for Inquiry-Los Angeles & Founder & Chairman of the ...Conatus News... called) the Independent Investigations Group so more of us could get some first-hand, up-close looks at paranormal claims and claimants. Soon after, we started offering cash prizes (a 'la James “The Amazing” Randi) to anyone who could prove such ...
Posted on 6 March 2017 | 2:07 am
  Homeopathy conference at Oxford college
Times Higher Education (THE)Homeopathy conference at Oxford college 'promotes quackery'Times Higher Education (THE)"Also, the "value" of homeopathy is very well known in scientific circles. It doesn't work. " Fallacy of false consesus (or James Randi fallacy). Some scientists can reject homeopathy based on prejudice, not on real data. Some examples of scientific ...
Posted on 28 February 2017 | 2:22 am
  Peter Popoff, the Born-Again Scoundrel - GQ
GQ MagazinePeter Popoff, the Born-Again ScoundrelGQ MagazineIn 1986, a team of freelance debunkers, including the magician James Randi, took a radio scanner to a Popoff revival, where they overheard Popoff 's wife, Liz, feeding him names and illnesses. Apparently, plants in the audience would chat people up or ...
Posted on 27 February 2017 | 7:54 am
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  'An Honest Liar' review: Famous
This admiring portrait of the magician, escape artist, and debunker of psychic and supernatural phenomena James Randi traces his unbelievable life story, including his famous rivalry with spoon-bender Uri Geller.
Posted on 10 April 2015 | 5:02 am
  Great independent movies anyone will love
Great indie movies we often overlook but are available to enjoy this weekend.
Posted on 3 April 2015 | 2:33 pm
  Some of My Lies Are True
By: David Riedel 'An Honest Liar' is an honest portrait James Randi has two careers. First, he is, for lack of a better term, a magician.
Posted on 3 April 2015 | 1:01 pm
  Movies in brief: 'An Honest Liar,'
AN HONEST LIAR ⋆⋆⋆½ out of four stars Unrated: Suitable for all audiences. Theater: Lagoon.
Posted on 2 April 2015 | 9:22 am
  Amazing Randi makes appearance at YSU
Amazing Randi de-mystifies audience during an appearance at Youngstown State University
Posted on 30 March 2015 | 9:40 pm
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  Panel weight important
If you are really confident, how about going for $US100,000,000 from the James Randi Foundation in the United States? Canberra has a very large critical-thinking community, and we know exactly what you're up to. What is the Canberra Times' editorial policy ...
Posted on 21 August 2015 | 10:19 pm
  Lawn green with envy? The ‘doctor’ must
Dr. Oz is a triple "winner" of the James Randi Educational Foundation's satirical Pigasus Award. His last honor (in 2012) was for his "continued promotion of quack medical practices, paranormal belief, and pseudoscience." Dr. Oz, who has degrees from three ...
Posted on 21 August 2015 | 5:06 pm
  Wushu Watch: Rousey versus Holm, and the
Here is my favourite skeptic, James Randi, discussing this method: It's an old scam wherein you have your customer place their arm out straight and then push it down whilst they resist. Then you change some variable (put a crystal in their hand ...
Posted on 21 August 2015 | 7:00 am
  Want A Million Bucks? Just Contact This
That's what James Randi has been telling psychics, faith healers and other paranormal money grubbers for more than half a century. There is no point in calling some of them out as fakes. They're all fakes as far as Randi is concerned. It's been his ...
Posted on 15 March 2015 | 10:32 pm
  James Randi talks 'An Honest Liar'
After decades of debunking frauds, swindlers and con men, the famed magician, escape artist and skeptic James Randi is pulling back the curtain on his own life. Randi is the subject of the insightful new documentary "An Honest Liar," now playing in select ...
Posted on 12 March 2015 | 12:09 am
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  BtnyyldZ: RT @rdfrs: James Randi writes in
BtnyyldZ: RT @rdfrs: James Randi writes in Skeptical Inquirer. https://t.co/QhAtcPBq7q
Posted on 23 April 2017 | 6:32 pm
  MarkDorband: I liked a @YouTube video
MarkDorband: I liked a @YouTube video https://t.co/0mSjyY1ctX Psychic Cringe Fails 2 - The Best of James Randi
Posted on 23 April 2017 | 6:32 pm
  Theanphropy: James Randi shows his ESP
Theanphropy: James Randi shows his ESP https://t.co/DxIapRswS4 via @YouTube
Posted on 23 April 2017 | 6:32 pm
  Tech_Knowledge_: Psychic Cringe Fails 2 -
Tech_Knowledge_: Psychic Cringe Fails 2 - The Best of James Randi https://t.co/zmNgs7RxjK
Posted on 23 April 2017 | 6:32 pm
  OccuWorld: James Randi writes in Skeptical
OccuWorld: James Randi writes in Skeptical Inquirer – https://t.co/cVECOpL3fs https://t.co/yd6APaic2h
Posted on 23 April 2017 | 6:32 pm
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  Resolved Question: Does James Randi have any
Like any kind of proof of god or prophcey or the supernatural?. http://www.docpop.org/2007/04/jim-stensland-gods-prophet/.
Posted on 25 November 2015 | 10:25 am
  Resolved Question: Do believers of psychics
If they really had supernatural abilities to display, they would be able to snake that $1,000,000 prize away from James Randi - and the best part of it would be, the money wouldn't have to be their motivation. Their motivation could be showing the world that supernatural phenomenon exist, which, IMO, would enrich everyone's lives. So why don't so-called "psychics" and such do that, I wonder? ;) (Actually I don't wonder, it's because they're all low-level con artists who can't trick skeptics.)
Posted on 4 August 2013 | 4:27 am
  Resolved Question: Is the James Randi
Peter: Really how? The Randi Challenge isn't scientific is it? How can an unscientific organisation claim to disprove something on a scientific basis? Why doesn't James Randi start with a $1 million challenge to scientists to prove that consciousness exists? How many millions of dollars have been spent by scientists trying trying to understand and prove it's existence, yet we all know it exists! :-) The hardest thing to do scientifically is to understand and prove the obvious. Dr.Nice Guy: To anyone claiming the JREF is corrupt and the prize phony, why are the other worldwide challenges unclaimed? Galactum: Probably because they are about debunking too and not scientifically discovering the truth about a given phenomena. The criteria for successfully gaining acceptance of paranormal abilities in these groups is higher than those used by scientific institutions! What would be considered a positive or exceptional result would simply be claimed as unsuccessful or false by these same groups. It's like saying a person who cannot leap over a 20 foot wall is unable to provide evidence or proof that he can jump! Dr, Nice Guy: For most of us, the fact we are here and know it, is proof of consciousness. Galactum: I think your confusing consciousness with existence! I exist, but does that prove by itself that I or anyone else has consciousness? King Tut: Even if Uri Geller and Homeopathy were proved to be fakes how does that disprove the paranormal? That's based on false assumptions. eri: No one has ever been able to show that anything paranormal exist. Galactum: Thats simply untrue and shows a lack of research on your part chocolah: You cannot prove a negative. What Randi is doing is permitting anyone who is interested to prove the affirmative. Galactum: I'm not trying to prove a negative, i'm saying that lack of a positive (the criteria for which has been ridiculously 'calibrated' to debunk) does not disprove that evidence which over whelmingly states that there are indeed things outside the normal range of experience or mainstream science. However, as science is relative...:-) ....many things which were once 'outside of it' will become mainstream as our knowledge and experience of life, the universe and everything expands. chocolah: If there is a person who affirmatively can read minds, or see the future, or levitate objects, that person can make himself very rich by doing so in a controlled setting. Why wouldn't anyone want to do that? Galactum: Now that's a scientific question! But the Randi Institute isn't interested in that question! It isn't concerned with theories and mechanisms behind such phenomena only the promise of an unrealistic cash prize. Could it be that most if not all of those people entering the 'Prize' are only interested in gaining money rather than acceptance or evidence? Could the cash prize be sucking in the fakes rather than the legitimate psychics? Perhaps the majority of psychics do have such powers but not to Randi's high standards? Perhaps it's the real psychics who can see behind the motives of the Institutes organisers? Such reasons, of which they are many, should be part of the real scientific analysis of such phenomena.
Posted on 31 July 2012 | 7:16 am
  Resolved Question: What's the story behind
The James Randi $1,000,000 prize for proving supernatural abilities. Has anybody been able to claim the prize..?
Posted on 9 June 2012 | 8:54 pm
  Resolved Question: Have you looked at James
http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Randi,_James Considering his position on astrology, do you think the information given is accurate? (I know the page says the data is in question, with a C rating.) In other words, does the chart fit?
Posted on 13 December 2011 | 4:49 pm



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