|BBC News||Another way is to pre-bend the spoon, reducing the amount of force that needs to be applied to bend it|
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|The story was also repeated in a Canadian newspaper, which quoted Randi as saying essentially the same thing: "One scientist, a metallurgist, wrote a paper backing Geller's claims that he could bend metal||The documentary claimed Geller became a "psychic spy" for the , was recruited by , and worked as an "official secret agent" in , being a frequent guest of President|
|Semifinal||Kandidat 6: Vincent Raven mit "Geistertisch" Noch kein Video! : ABC-CLIO|
|Both of his parents had had Steller careers in their respective jobs with his father enjoying a particularly successful career as an army man||In 1971, a mechanical engineering student called Uri Goldstein attended one of Geller's shows, and subsequently sued the show's promoters for breach of contract|
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|Woods, Judith 11 March 2017||I believe in people who do things that are not normal|
|Robson Books August 1999• Geller also claimed that the star on Kadabra's forehead and the lightning patterns on its abdomen are symbolisms popular with the of||Then - Kary Novel with a map of Europe and a car the car was an interesting and fresh idea|
Pedram - almost the same act, just Pedram is inside the box.
After watching videotapes of Geller's performances, Randi discovered how Geller performed his tricks, and in no time he was able to perform every one of them himself.
Several prominent magicians came forward to demonstrate that Geller's psychic feats could be duplicated by stage magic.
Geller claims that he is a distant relative of on his mother's side.
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