It doesn’t matter what event it is there’s always someone who asks “but magic isn’t real, is it?”. That depends entirely on your definition of magic but in terms of me having abilities that you don’t, no. That being said, if you can prove that you have paranormal or supernatural powers then you could bag yourself one million dollars.In 1964 James “The Amazing” Randi was asked to put his money where his mouth is when challenging people who claim to have a magical, mystical or paranormal power. He did, offering a $1,000 reward for anyone who could show their extraordinary power(s) under test conditions.
The prize pot later grew to $10,000, then $100,000 and then in 1996 internet pioneer Rick Adams donated $1,000,000 for a cash prize. Over a thousand people have put their reputation on the line to prove that they have a bonafide magical physic ability and none of them have succeeded.
Here’s a live and very suspicious “performance” of world renowned psychic spoon bender, Uri Gellar.
So, powers may or may not exist but “magic” is certainly real. If you do have super powers and would like to win the $1,000,000 you’ll first have to use your powers to go back in time because the challenge was officially terminated in 2015. SP