I thought that this was an interesting question raised by someone and would like to have an open discussion about it. Apparently the Randi foundation gives proof* to anyone who is trying to win the million dollars. I don't know how many people have tried this but I don't think the number is insignificant. Now, is there any record of anyone ever complaining about that the proof of the existence of the money was not reliable? If the proof was doubtable, wouldn't many have complained about this? And not only to the Randi foundation, but even announced it on the internet? Do you think this is a valid way of reasoning? Does it give a strong support to the alternative that the funds in fact do exist? If not, why? *How you give "proof" of ownership of any funds in this world I don't know, but im sure there are ways that are defined as valid.