Celebrity Psychics Can Claim $1M If Their Powers Are Real

The James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF) is so convinced clairvoyants are a scam that the non-profit group is offering a $1 million dollar prize to any celebrity psychic who can prove his or her power is real. » 8/22/11 11:51pm 8/22/11 11:51pm

Pear Cable Chickens Out of $1,000,000 Challenge, We Search For Answers

Click to viewWhen we first criticized the $7,250 Pear Anjou speaker cables, little did we know it would stir up such a hornet's nest of controversy. James Randi, former magician and professional debunker, responded to our post by offering $1 million from his James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF) to anyone who… » 10/26/07 6:40am 10/26/07 6:40am

UPDATED: Journalist Accepts $1 Million Challenge: Do $7250 Cables Sound…

Click to viewPear Cable, makers of the $7250 audio cables we showed you a couple of weeks ago, has accepted debunker James Randi's (pictured at left) challenge, where the former magician's JREF (James Randi Educational Foundation) promised $1 million if anyone could prove the difference between Pear cables and their… » 10/15/07 6:10pm 10/15/07 6:10pm

James Randi Offers $1 Million If Audiophiles Can Prove $7250 Speaker…

Click to viewOur rant about those $7,250 Pear Anjou speaker cables found its way to the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF), and Randi offered $1 million to anyone who can prove those cables are any better than ordinary (and also overpriced) Monster Cables. Pointing out the absurd review by audiophile Dave… » 10/01/07 11:22am 10/01/07 11:22am