Criss Angel offered Uri Geller a million dollars on the finale of NBC's nationally televised 'Phenomenon' if Geller could tell Angel what was in a sealed envelope. This is a scientific study of that challenge and displays a graph of the words spoken by Uri Geller.Instead of '9 1 1,' say we write 'key car car.' If Uri Geller is able to say, 'car keychain car' within eighteen seconds, we would be scientifically prejudiced to deny he got the answer. In this video, each time Uri points his finger directly at Criss, Uri reveals one of the numbers in the envelope. Not random guesswork.On European computers, the month comes after the day. So 911 would be 119 (eleven nine) or 'one nineteen' which is what Uri Geller said to Criss Angel. Uri lives in Europe.This is the video James Randi and Brian Sapient don't want you to see.
SAPIENT (Situation Aware Protocols in Edge Network Technologies) is a new generation of cognitive protocol architectures for military networks. The unpopular RFID microchip implant for humans is one application of SAPIENT. Brian Sapient is an atheist activist who says the biblical Mark of the Beast is an absurd delusion.