The Truth about Uri Geller

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Prometheus Books, Jun 1, 1982 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 342 pages
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James Randi is internationally known as a magician and escape artist. But for the past thirty-five years of his professional life, he has also been active as an investigator of the paranormal, occult, and supernatural claims that have impressed the thinking of the public for a generation: ESP, psychokinesis, psychic detectives, levitation, psychic surgery, UFOs, dowsing, astrology, and many others. Those of us unable to discriminate between genuine scientific research and the pseudoscientific nonsense that has resulted in fantastic theories and fancies have long needed James Randi and Flim-Flam!

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User Review  - Greg - Goodreads

I made it about halfway into it but I had to give it up. A lot of the material is dated. Many people still believe in astrology and the Bermuda Triangle, but I'd rather read him take on some more ... Read full review

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User Review  - Aljohn - Goodreads

I would more greatly appreciate the pseudoscience exegesis if it were written by someone who's not used to this kind of fatal disinformation. It loses the be-all and end-all of the book, not to mention its old-hat and already-debunked outlines. Read full review

Contents

The Will to Believe
196
Off the Deep End
210
Gods with Feats of Clay
239
Copyright

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