Alain Nu, “the man who knows“, recently performed two shows at the Applied Physics Laboratory (or should it be the “Applied Psychics Laboratory”?). As described on his website:
“A headlining performer at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas for four straight years, Nu was also the international star of four hour-long television specials for TLC entitled “The Mysterious World of Alain Nu.” On January 20th, 2009, Alain was asked to appear before many of the living recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor at theSalute to Heroes Inaugural Ball which celebrated President Obama’s inauguration into the White House.”
Alain Nu is “the man who knows” the hidden potential of our minds, and he proves it with every appearance!”
The performance was rather fascinating and, even though we know that he will
“incorporate elements of probability, psychology, suggestion, professional techniques or just plain “good timing”,
it is still fascinating to contemplate what you’ve just seen and you will still ask yourself “how did he do that?”
We were enthralled throughout the show and we watched in awe as he continually stunned the audience with his appearance of knowing more than he should have known.
I don’t think I could do this show justice using my own words so instead I’d suggest watching these videos.