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Uri Geller posts Web site

Controversial spoon bender, Uri Geller, has entered cyberspace. The Israeli personality is offering $1 million to anyone who can bend a spoon locked in a safe in front of a camera at his London home.

Uri Geller, the self-proclaimed telekineticist who gained fame in the '70s with his mental spoon-bending act, has a new Web site with a million-dollar challenge.

Geller, who says he is seeking an heir to the parapsychology throne, is offering $1 million to anyone who can bend a spoon locked in a safe situated in front of a camera at his home in London. The site shows the spoon sitting in the safe.

Not everyone is convinced Geller's powers are real. A magician calling himself The Amazing Randi has devoted his career to debunking Geller's feats. Randi claims Geller uses sleight of hand, not mental prowess, to bend spoons and stop watches.