That’s what I was wondering this morning while reading this article about psychic powers:
More than half of Britons believe in psychic powers such as mind-reading and premonitions, a survey suggests.
Of 1,006 adults polled for Readers Digest Magazine, 43% reported reading others' thoughts or having theirs read.
More than half had had a dream or premonition of an event before it happened and 26% said they had sensed when a loved-one was ill or in trouble.
A fifth said they had seen a ghost and 29% believed near-death experiences were evidence there was an afterlife.
Of those questioned, 43% claimed to have tapped into other people's thoughts or to have had their own minds read by someone else.
More than two-thirds said they could sense when someone was looking at them and 62% could tell who was ringing before they picked up the phone.
More than 10% thought they could influence machinery or electronic equipment using their minds.
One in 10 said something bad had happened to another person after they had wished for it to happen.
With all those people who can tap into the minds of others, sense when someone was looking at them, or influence machinery with just their minds, it’s Amazing! (haha) that Randi still has his million. Think about it: surely at least one of these psychic prodigies would by now have applied for and easily won all that money?