No, we didn't. Here, let me get the actual wording of the Challenge for you, because clearly you have failed to understand it...probably because you failed to read it.younghegelians wrote:you asked for proof of the BEYOND and you would pay $1,000,000
Got that, Dennis? It means you actually have to apply for the Challenge, not just bleat like a sheep that you did.At JREF, we offer a one-million-dollar prize to anyone who can show, under proper observing conditions, evidence of any paranormal, supernatural, or occult power or event.
And then further, particularly for you, Dennis...
And finally, in response to you saying you have "won the Challenge"...Why can’t I submit a religious or spiritual claim?
Because they are, for the most part, untestable. For example, you can look at a series of events – say surviving an automobile crash, surviving a plane crash, surviving a near-drowning and say “This was the hand of God,” but the point of the Challenge isn’t to give anecdotal evidence. It is to give something testable. Most religious people believe it’s impossible to test God. We’re pretty sure they’re right, though perhaps for different reasons.
Has anyone taken the formal test?
No. Applicants must pass the preliminary test in order to move on to a formal test. So far, no one has ever performed the paranormal ability they claimed to have.
Umm, Dennis, some rather bad news for you. That location is a French town called Salon De Provence. It's claim to fame is Nostradamus lived there, and they have a museum about him. And outside that museum, someone recently placed a modern statue about him, the one in your picture.
BACKGROUND: WTC and Musicians
As for the pictures in the background, you obviously haven't investigated very well. It is in fact an outdoor dining area for the cafe across the street (La table du Oscar). It is where the jazz bands play of an evening in summer. Since jazz is synonymous with New York, someone painted a New York skyline on the wall. Obviously it's been there since before 2001, so naturally it will have the WTC silhouetted as they were a very recognisable part of the NY skyline. Unless you are suggesting that every mural with the WTC in it should be painted out??
Which means that, once again Dennis, your warped brain has fooled you. There is absolutely nothing to this at all, except your fevered and fractured imagination. I continue to recommend you go back to your doctor immediately.