ok but how do we know its your idea, you could just be saying that, and even if it is your idea, what if it is close to the actualy way its performed, than you are exposing that secret.
I'm taking your word for it that I'm "way wrong."
I treat this the same way I treat speculation on boards where people talk about what their expectations are for the next Harry Potter book or the next season of "Lost", ect. Unless it is written by someone directly involved in the writing or production, such speculation is not considered to be spoilers. It's just creative brainstorming. If someone says, for instance, that next season they imagine that everybody on "Lost" will be blasted into outer space and, lo and behold, in six months that turns out to be true, you can't say that the person who was speculating spoiled it for you. It's just sharing thoughts. Wild guesses.
I was not involved in the taping of the Criss Angel segment in question so I have no behind-the-scenes knowledge. It is impossible for me to give the secret away. If my creative brainstorming is close to the truth, I'll never know. But it's fun to try and come up with my own ways of duplicating effects. It's good mental excersise and helps keep my brain muscles limber for creating my own illusions. Maybe it will inspire another reader. It most certainly will not hurt Criss Angel's television ratings or ruin the magic experience for laymen.
By the way - "I would rather go to the store THAN send Mary, THEN we can watch TV." You're welcome.