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James Randi Educational Foundation

The JREF exposes charlatans and helps people defend themselves from paranormal and pseudoscientific claims. The JREF offers a still-unclaimed million-dollar reward for anyone who can produce evidence of paranormal abilities under controlled conditions. Through scholarships, workshops, and innovative resources for educators, the JREF works to inspire this investigative spirit in a new generation of critical thinkers.

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    anhonestliar.com Contribute

    The James Randi Educational Foundation actively supports the making of An Honest Liar . However, any donations made on this site go directly to the production of the film and not the foundation. We ask you as well to please support the advancement of critical thinking by visiting www.randi.org We... Read article

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    opob.edublogs.org » … and while I’m at it David Murphy's Occasional Blog

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    Possibly the most exciting day of Dragon*Con 2012 for us, Sunday morning was when we got to meet 2 huge celebrity icons: James Randi & Katee Sackhoff. On the way to induct Katee Sackhoff into the 501st Legion as an Read article

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    tacit.livejournal.com Franklin Veaux's Journal - JREF forum: "Is polyamory morally corrupt?"

    A conversation thread recently popped up on the James Randi Educational Foundation forum titled " Is Polyamory Morally Corrupt ?" Now, one might think that self-described skeptics and rationalists might be more open to the notion of unconventional relationship arrangements than the population as … Read article

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