Conspiracy Talk Archive July 19 2012

 

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19 Jul 2012 21:57:05
Anyone else think That DYNAMO magician impossible is something else I mean come on.

Kopping a feel

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He makes It look incredibly real but the realisation is its impossible without some sort of trickery/grand deception going on

Jedimindtricks

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{Ed033's Note - Dynamo pays stooges.}

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Evidence that he pays them Ed? {Ed001's Note - any good magician would, it is common practice.}

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Its amazing how many people find believing on a god stupid but think dynamo is actually doing magic, its obviously fake, hes not a magician hes an illusionist

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I find it baffling how many people question him. He's an illusionist, a wicked illusionist, but still. It isn't possible to put a mobile phone into a glass bottle without breaking anything. If Dynamo could do it, he'd be locked up in a lab somewhere having tests done on him, end of story.

RED_SKY

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Ok - illusions they may be, but some of them are so hard to actually work out how they've been done.
Lets starts a list of his tricks and see who can comes up with the best theory of how they are done.

1) Ties up the shoelaces on one foot by wiggling it.

2) Generating heat from his hand to melt glass.

3) Balancing almost impossible objects that should not work (like the guitar on the edge of the chair with only the tip of the tuning area touching it).

4) Making a phone shrink to fit into a bottle then re-size back to normal so the person couldn't get their phone out.

5) Changing the contents of a liquid container (coke to tango and tango to coke etc).

Feel free to carry on adding number and tricks and posting answers to the numbers.

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The one I find the strangest is the one with the newspaper in the red box on radio 1

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But you don't have any sort of proof at all Ed, you can't just say any good magician would. You can speculate, but you can't say he does for sure. {Ed001's Note - oh for god's sake, my grandad was a stage magician, the tricks he did are the same ones Dynamo is doing now. They are just a lot more flashy these days. It is not speculation, I fear for anyone without the mental capacity to realise that the tricks involve stooges and sleight of hand and illusion, not reality.}

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My mate is a magician and i was telling him how good i thought Dynamo was and he said
he was only doing simple tricks with bigger production and budget. He also said about paying stooges and clever editing and camera angles on tv. To clear things up I still think he's awesome {Ed001's Note - he is very good, it is like the difference between Messi and a pub league player. Messi does the same things, he just does them better, but he is still essentially doing the exact same thing.}

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Ed your blowing my mind all sense of fantasy and wonder is being taken over by regimented toughts and darkness.
Wheres that little boy who thought that every time he said he didnt believe a fairy died and furiously clapped to bring them back to life.


No but seriously paid stooges I always wondered with some of his tricks and then if some are fake begs the question all must.

Kopping a feel

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The trick where he is supposed to get the tax disc out of the car windscreen. Really simple. A small heat pad on the hand. The tax disc adhesive becomes unstuck and the disc will just drop off down the dashboard. (Check the car, there is always a slight drop on the dashboard at the front, and also the camera angle is always head on with the vehicle so you cannot see) The one problem is, when he turns to the camera with a copy of said tax disc, it is in his palm facing the wrong way ( i.e, the front of the tax disc should actually be facing his palm rather than facing away. Simple camera angle and hand movement.
Mike

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I saw the trick where he seems to leave a building by crawling through the window.
He obviously leaves by ducking behind the doorman and going out the door, moves along to the front of the window and stands up. People outside the window maintain their gaze on the window as this happens and look surprised. These people are stooges. The doorman is a stooge. The people inside the building holding a coat in front of the window are stooges.

The melting glass with his hand trick would impress me if he did it on a large pane of glass, not a piece small enough to hide inside your jacket (hint)

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How about the glass display unit that had the trainer in it? The supposed heat left a supposed melted hand print.........

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The pane of glass was small enough to fit inside his jacket, he has it cut to the right size and pushes the whole pane on top of the original.
That's my guess anyway, could be some other material, but he definitley does not melt the original glass.

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At no time does he cover the glass he just puts his hand on it and it melts at no point is he wearing a jacket either I have every episode on sky+.
On same episode how would he connect those shoe laces together.

Kopping a feel

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If he realy walked on water, he would be in the news all over the world as the second coming of christ or something! i dnt think it would be just forgotten.
duggo

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To the guy talking about where he goes out the window rio ferdinand was at that party so I don't think he had to ask them not to see him!

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If a man was born with the power to melt glass with his hands, to name but one, and was all over the television doing it........science would lock him down. he'd be the equivalent of an x-men character.

red_sky

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Rio Ferdinand (and the camera) was the audience for the trick, almost everyone else was in on it, whether paid or asked as a favour they are stooges.

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For a very brief moment, the whole pane of glass is obscured from the camera, check your sky + recordings.

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Coke to tango tango to coke, you have a bottle with a divider up the middle, ones side coke one side tango all you do is turn the bottle. as for pouring the liquid out the tric is the bottle is hapec to pour coke when pointed one direction and tango the other. I seem to remember a whiskey / water version of this could be bought in joke shops back when I was a lad.
Could go on but wont. Sont want to spoil it for you
David

{Ed033's Note - Yes, dynamo pays for devices to be made

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How about the see-through plastic orange tango bottle where you can see the liquid change from orange to brown (orange tango to coke)??

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19 Jul 2012 14:33:18
Don't know if this would be counted as a conspiracy or not, but there isn't a paranormal discussion page so I'll post here. I hear ticking noises on a regular occurrence in my bedroom. The noises in question differ in volume and where they originate from and they seem to get quicker if I ignore them, almost frantic. I have also heard what can only be described as someone taking a deep breath on a few occasions, when nobody else is home. Anybody have any answers as to what I should do? Thanks.

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Move out

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Maybe you've got tinitus

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Me and my girlfriend had this in barcelona! when we was going to sleep one night, there was a ticking noise, or moue of a taping noise and it would get louder and more frequent if we ignored it! when i kept turning the light on, it would stop, but only until the light was turned off again. neither of us could believe it!

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More than likely just to be sensible i would say its possible you have water hammer (loose pipes rattling) or maybe it could be something else.
stuart

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Termites or Cockroaches?

A clock in the draw?

Pepperpot

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I think this is copper water pipes shrinking after they have expanded from having hot water run through them.
I heard it a few years ago and asked my stepdad and this is what he told me

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It is probably your light bulb.
I had a lightbulb in a side light once that ticked as it cooled down, it stopped as soon as you switched the light on again to see what was making the noise.

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