Freaky phenomena like aliens and superpowers are well within the world of the paranormal and arguably the paranoid schizophrenic, but one James Randi has provided the chance for any aspiring psychic, teleporter or ghost hunter to prove their stuff. Randi founded the James Randi Education Foundation, dedicated, simply enough to the promotion of critical thinking. As a beneficial side to that the Foundation also dedicates itself to the investigation of the paranormal, defense of those being attacked or pilfered by phonies and to demonstrating the dangers of blindly accepting paranormal claims without proof. Randi has made several notable public appearances, including a visit to the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson where he publicly debunked well known psychic Uri Geller. Johnny, a former illusionist, was skeptical of Geller and ambushed him with the help of Randi, on the show. Presented with modified versions of his tricks, Geller could not perform his feats, saying he felt "weak" and "pressed". He also tracked down the con artist faith healer Peter Popoff, who was hearing the voice of his wife in an earpiece instead of the voice of God like he claimed. In following his mission statement, Randi developed the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge. The challenge offers one million dollars to anyone with proof, in a scientific environment, of their paranormal powers. People try to earn the money too. Among some of the more notable claimants is a woman who says she possesses the remarkable ability to make people wet themselves with only the power of her mind. She failed her first attempt, which was broadcast live and the terms of which were agreed upon by both parties. For those of you with mutant powers out there speaking to the dead, there is one million waiting for you, it'll be there, trust James Randi. Nobody has won it in its 12 year history.