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Originally posted by kidflash2008
reply to post by andreas b
While these are interesting videos, Uri Geller was unable to do the same tricks for Johnny Carson. Mr Carson did not let Mr Geller or his people near the props that were used. He was not allowed to touch the items, and that was suspect. The early parts of Mr Geller in these videos where he draws the pictures and also guesses numbers has been done by regular magicians. While they are cool to look at and they fooled the scientific study, Penn and Teller can do the same thing.
Originally posted by andreas b
Still none is able to debunk this video? Funny how a magician can fool a group of scientists in a laboratory on their own therms.
But seriously stick to the subject, can you or can you not debunk this experiment?
It doesnt matter if he couldnt perform at that show one time, if he has performed under supervision of scientists and had confirmed success that's all there is. He did it, enough said.
This type of achivement is probably very hard to do. Compare it to doing say for example, a 360 flip on a skateboard. Just because you fail once doesnt mean you never have done or cant do it. When you on the otherhand have it on film and confirmed by scientists, i find it rather ignorant to say he is not able do it.