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Okay, it's been AGES since I uploaded the first (6) videos of the fake QiGong "master". Sorry, been working on a few BIG projects, and all will be revealed soon.
I've had this video laying around for a YEAR. It was given to me from James Randi, of the James Randi Educational Foundation. (randi.org) They offer a $1Million prize for anyone who can prove supernatural abilities under proper controlled conditions that eliminate chance of bias. The show originally aired on Korean television in 1995 I believe.
Anyway, I was about to upload this video, when I had an idea to have a little fun with it. My good friend James had an account, and I had asked him if he wouldn't mind uploading edited versions of the video. I made it look as if the healer actually HAD the powers he claimed by editing out the portions where the TV show exposed his trickery.
I wanted to see if people would comment on it, raving about his wonderful "powers". They did. Though not nearly as many as I had hoped, but this is mainly my fault by not getting more friends involved promoting it. Oh well. After a few weeks of it being up, I pretended to stumble upon the video, and I made several comments telling how the tricks were done... Can you guess what happened? Quite a few of them argued with me! Yep, after clearly spelling out EXACTLY how the tricks were done, and despite the editing where it was OBVIOUS something was cut out, people STILL believed this idiot had these super powers just because the video description claimed he meditates every morning to harness his "chi energy"!
Here are the original edited videos:
Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLlIrU...
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TeR2H...
Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zL6l6c...
Another interesting note: In the video's description is a hint that the whole thing is a farce: I gave him the name Dr. Namuh Xaoh... which of coarse is Hoax Human spelled backwards!
And before you ask me... No, i do not have a translation for the video. (yes, i know, I never got a Chinese translator for the first 6 vids either!)
I'll be adding this to the webpage at http://www.itsjustnotpossible.com soon!
Thank you to James Randi and the JREF for providing a weekly newsletter full of articles exposing nonsense like this from around the world!
Nov 25, 2008
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