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Written by Jeff Wagg   

One overlooked area of the JREF website is our YouTube channel. You'll find a link in the menu at the left. Over the past year, we've been adding a lot of content found nowhere else, featuring James Randi doing what he does best. We're up to 182 videos, with more coming all the time. One example is this extended video presentation of Randi speaking at NASA. (You may wish to click on the video for a larger view). Oh, and to give credit where credit is due, you might catch a glimpse of Penn & Teller and the "Amazing" Rudolph in there as well.

 

Our videos have been watched over 600,000 times, and we have 2500 subscribers. If you have a free YouTube account, you can subscribe as well. The video library at the JREF contains many thousands of such videos, and we'll make the more interesting ones avaiable here.
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written by Starthinker, November 19, 2008
There's a menu to the right?
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written by JeffWagg, November 19, 2008
Left.. right.. it's just a matter of perspective. smilies/tongue.gif
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Missing one in "James Randi Lecture at NASA" playlist
written by dimmer, November 20, 2008
The last segment isn't included in the playlist, just FYI.
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Here's looking at you, kid.
written by Die Anyway, November 21, 2008
re: "There's a menu to the right?", "it's just a matter of perspective."

Much like Randi in the YouTube inset, Jeff is on the inside looking out. From that perspective the menu is on the right. smilies/cheesy.gif
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Youtube videos
written by aristetelis, September 13, 2010

I enjoy your articles and videos. I also like to use them for my students. I am living in China. You can't access you tube here. Is there any other outlet were I can see your videos?
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