Fork Art, up yours Uri Geller

17 March 2005   0 comments   Misc. links

Mind that age!

This blog post is 17 years old! Most likely, its content is outdated. Especially if it's technical. To some this might remind them of crap sold by buskers in plazas side by side with people who want to caricature you and show off their ugly pencil paintings of Leonardo di Caprio. But I'm impressed. Just going through the website it's obvious that this fork bender has loads of imagination. I appreciate that.

In the process of noticing I also did a quick search for Uri Geller on Google. I accidently landed on his own website on which I found a very peculiar article: Looking in Uri's Mouth

Apparently, the famous and serious magazine New Scientist did an article in 1974 on how Uri Geller does his telepathic scams. The go into detail explaining the electronics Uri must hide in his teeth. Is it a joke? Difficult to tell. Amusing at least.

By the way, here's a step-by-step explaination on how he did is worn-out spoon bending trick: Spoon-bending How Uri Geller really does it!


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