Prof Wiseman’s research has been featured on a number of television programs such as Horizon (BBC), Body Shock (Channel 4), 20/20 (ABC), and Dateline (NBC) and he is heard on BBC Radio 4, with regular appearances on Start The Week, Midweek and The Today Programme. Articles about his research have been published in The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Guardian and his work has even made its way to the front cover of the The New York Magazine. The professor maintains his own web site, a blog and a YouTube channel while further distributing his work via Facebook and Twitter.
I ran across these charming and fascinating videos about some “magic tricks” filmed by the professor. What he does is interesting and educational and when combined with the music, you have a good little piece of entertainment. Enjoy!
Uploaded by Quirkology on Dec 7, 2009
Top 10 quirky science tricks for parties
Uploaded by Quirkology on Dec 6, 2010
Ten more science stunts for parties
Wikipedia: Richard Wiseman
Professor Wiseman is known for his critical examination and frequent debunking of unusual phenomena, including reports of paranormal phenomena.
official web site: Richard Wiseman
official blog: Richard Wiseman
[If you like puzzles, this gentleman has a mind for you. I note that Prof. Wiseman seems to be publishing a posting Monday through Friday so with 5 entries per week, you going to have to tune in regularly to keep up!]
Facebook: Richard Wiseman
Twitter: Richard Wiseman
@RichardWiseman London and Edinburgh
YouTube channel: Quirkology
[Prof. Wiseman’s own YouTube channel]
Web site for the book: Paranormality
[This is Prof. Wiseman’s fourth book.]
CSI: The Committee for Skeptical Inquiry
The mission of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry is to promote scientific inquiry, critical investigation, and the use of reason in examining controversial and extraordinary claims.
[ The list of staff shows Richard Wiseman as a research fellow.]
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