I was listening to one of the very early podcasts with Dean Radin as a guest, and I listening to his fascinating account of him seeing his spoon bend in his hand at a spoon bending event way back in 2000. Recently I found some info on it with pictures that was posted from Dean's Website.
Here is a link if you want to see a picture of the spoon and his comments in regards to what happened Dean
So my question is, after you visited that page and read Dean's comments, what would be a skeptic's response? Honestly without calling Dean Radin a flat out liar, I don't think a skeptic could have ANY rational explanation for this. I've even tried to bend the bowl of a spoon with a pair of pliers, and I couldn't even do that, so outside of paranormal phenomena, or just calling dean a fraud, I don't think there's an explanation.
Personally, I don't see Dean lying about this, I think he just experienced an amazing paranormal event. He did mention that he tried to replicate this several times and he hasn't been able to which fits into the mold of this phenomena being more random than we think.
Also just for discussion, say that a skeptic happened to visit this spoon bending event and was a witness to this spoon bending. If that skeptic couldn't get it to replicate, does he do the right thing and admit that he saw it happening, and declare it a reality but we just don't know how to replicate it? or do he just say that there MUST be a trick involved because it couldn't be replicated?
What are your thoughts on all this.
Nonetheless, absolutely fascinating!