James Randi


James Randi
(born Randall James Hamilton Zwinge; August 7, 1928)
He is a Canadian-American stage magician and scientific skeptic best known as a challenger of paranormal claims and pseudoscience. Randi is the founder of the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF). Randi began his career as a magician named The Amazing Randi, but after retiring at age 60, he began investigating paranormal, occult, and supernatural claims, which he collectively calls “woo-woo”.
Although often referred to as a “debunker”, Randi rejects that title owing to its perceived bias, instead describing himself as an “investigator”. He has written about the paranormal, skepticism, and the history of magic. He was a frequent guest on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and was occasionally featured on the television program Penn & Teller: Bullshit!. The JREF sponsors The One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge offering a prize of US$1,000,000 to eligible applicants who can demonstrate evidence of any paranormal, supernatural or occult power or event under test conditions agreed to by both parties.

This page is’t about attacking James Randi nor his foundation. We created this page merely to debunk the logical fallacy of those who use the JREF to deny supernatural. Also there is a possibility that JREF is just another hoax. The foundation could be using the prize to attract more people for cheap publicity.

In reality, no doubt there are many impostors who deceive gullible people in the name of supernatural, for that we strictly condemn the acts. However just because some of them are fake doesn’t mean supernatural isn’t real. For instance if somebody’s ghost sighting is somehow disproved, does it mean ghost doesn’t exist? No, it means we shouldn’t trust what that person claims about ghosts. The same goes to crop circles, just because some of them are fake doesn’t mean all of them are fake too.

We don’t condone supernatural, but just want the world to know supernatural does exist and it’s absurd for anybody to deny something they don’t know. The phenomena of supernatural is dangerous for anybody to believe blindly. Bad spirits are like bad people, these unseen species will use supernatural to deceive gullible people.

If somebody hasn’t experienced supernatural yet doesn’t make it fake. Those who completely deny supernatural is NO DIFFERENT than those who blindly believing one. Both parties are equally ignorant. It’s alright for anybody not to know everything. Just because somebody is born in places whereby supernaturals are mostly fake doesn’t mean the phenomenon are the same in the rest of the world.

So if you are laughing at those who believe in supernatural, you are only laughing at your own ignorance.

NOTE : For all readers, we never expect anybody to believe in our supernatural nor any other paranormal experiences. Why believe in us? We just want you to disprove us without making baseless denial.


We received many emails from people who told us about JREF’s prize of US$1,000,000 for anybody to prove supernatural. From what we understand about the prize, James Randi wants those who claim capable of proving supernatural to do the experiment or any test by themselves first before they prove it to the foundation.

So if you want to win big money, we may help you. Just visit to the places according to our suggestions and witness the supernatural yourself before you prove it to the foundation. Simple method to win big prize. How about that?

No we don’t do it because we have had many experiences with supernatural and ghosts. Besides, we’re REALLY afraid of ghosts. Also we prefer to remain anonymous.  As for those who haven’t and anxious to win the prize, no reason why you won’t try the following ;

1. Contact Ghost Adventures from travelchannel or log onto the List of Ghost Adventures episodes as suggested by the shows. You may also watch one of the episode here

GHOST ADVENTURES – Season 6 – Episode 1 – Part 1/3

Do it yourself. If you don’t believe in ghosts, you shouldn’t be afraid of it.  So why don’t you give it a try? Just spend a night at the haunted places ALONE. That’s all we suggest. But remember to video your entire stay because what if ghosts are true, then you stand a good chance to win big money. If you’re still alive the next day, you may travel to the same location again with James Randi before you walk away with the big prize. Simply irresistible! And don’t miss it.

2. Travel to places like Phuket or Chanthaburi in Thailand from 15th to 23nd Oct 2012  (it starts from the first to the ninth day of September on Chinese lunar calender) to witness the Taoism popular annual Nine Emperor Gods (Jiu Wang Ye) festivals. You may try to study the pictures below or google up some. Why argue if the photos are doctored or not? Just travel to Thailand to witness yourself. Unlike any magic shows, these people who claim to posses supernatural power from unseen beings are openly walking in the streets and anybody can examine them closely.

Hi James, is my check ready?

Our Special Dedications To James Randi And All The Ignorant People

Jiu Huang Da Di or Jiu Wang Ye Festival in Phuket, Thailand
We have no idea how the belief started. However according to ancient belief, the birth of the nine emperors happened to be on the 9th of September on the Chinese lunar calendar. That’s how the yearly celebrations are held from the last day (28th or 29th) of the eight Chinese lunar month to the ninth day of the ninth lunar month. The celebration is popular in Thailand and Singapore.


Posted April 4, 2012 by Logic

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