This video has ten of the most mind blowing optical illusions. They are so crazy that you would think that they were simply a trick of the camera or computer. What makes these optical illusions extra special is the fact that they play with your perception using colors, angles, light, shapes, sizes, and more.
Three out of four Americans claim they have had a psychic experience, these days you can even find psychics at your nearest mall, but are psychic phenomenon what they appear to be? In this film James “The Amazing” Randi sets about debunking various psychics in an effort to explain to us how our senses are fooled by these people.
Things that can hurt you just by looking at them are science fiction and fantasy, right? Well, not quite. Inside Walt Disney World, home of the most terrible earworm known to humanity, I talk about the McCollough Effect.
Here are 10 more fun ways to take money from your friends courtesy of Richard Wiseman.
Also check out the original 10 no-lose bets here…
A Belgian mind reader shocked random participants with his dead-on readings of their most personal information. Things got even crazier when he revealed the secret behind his gift.
John Stossel investigates the supernatural, ESP, psychic powers, astrology, voodoo and other ideas that many people believe simply because they want to believe. They care less about the proof because believing makes them happy.
The System is a Channel 4 special in which Derren Brown reveals a scam which can convince anyone that he has created a 100 percent guaranteed method for winning on the horses.
Cameras followed a member of the public, Khadisha, as Brown anonymously sent her correct predictions of five races in a row, before encouraging her to place as much money as she could on the sixth race.
After Brown had placed a bet of £4,000 of Khadisha’s money on a horse in the final race, he explained that The System did not really exist.
This episode of “Arthur C. Clarke’s World of Strange Powers” shows some great footage of experiments with Ted Serios, a man who claimed to be able to project images onto film using only his mind, a process he dubbed “Thoughtography.” Read more here…