JREF Forum Cookbook
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The JREF also produced a regular video cast and YouTube show, The Randi Show, in which former JREF outreach coordinator Brian Thompson interviewed Randi on a variety of skeptical topics, often with lighthearted or comedic commentary.  It has not been active since August 2012. In November 2015, Harriet Hall produced a series of ten lectures called Science Based Medicine for the JREF. The videos deal with various complementary alternative medicine subjects including homeopathy, chiropractic, acupuncture and more. 
The JREF Award "is given to the person or organization that best represents the spirit of the foundation by encouraging critical questions and seeking unbiased, fact-based answers." Some of the recipients include the following:
It's just a phrase that means something--usually assumed to be very difficult--was or will be easy. The ideal situation for its use is talking about something simple that produces a big result. I've heard it used probably once or twice in real life and probably a couple of times in movies and TV, but it's an older phrase that's not used nowadays; I've never used it. If you as a Japanese person used it, it might lose some of its meaning and be funnier than you intended. a b http://www.guidestar.org/FinDocuments/2012/650/649/2012-650649443-0924dfee-9.pdf [ bare URL PDF] As part of the JREF's goal of educating the general population about science and reason, people involved in their community ran a popular skeptic based online forum  with the overall goal of promoting "critical thinking and providing the public with the tools needed to reliably examine paranormal, supernatural, and pseudoscientific claims". 
Apart from tis one, there is another big English-language skeptic forum that I think you have heard of, the former JREF forum, now the ISF forum.James Randi Educational Foundation ( JREF) is an American grant-making institution founded in 1996 by magician and skeptic James Randi. As a nonprofit organization, the mission of JREF includes educating the public and the media on the dangers of accepting unproven claims, and to support research into paranormal claims in controlled scientific experimental conditions. The organization announced its change to a grant-making foundation in September 2015.  easy peasy japanesey" doesnt mean anything. it is used to say something's easy, but the "japanesey" is meaningless. it is there because it rhymes. This forum began as part of the James Randi Education Foundation (JREF). However, the forum now exists as
JREF Offers a Number of Scholarships and Grants for Students, Educators and Local Skeptic Groups". Randi.org . Retrieved 2013-07-02. in England (though hardly anyone says it), a phrase I have heard, and probably said dozens of times, is Dunning, Brian (2013-07-23). "Skeptoid #372: Prove Your Supernatural Power and Get Rich". Skeptoid . Retrieved 2014-01-04.From 2003 to 2015, the JREF annually hosted The Amaz!ng Meeting, a gathering of scientists, skeptics, and atheists. Perennial speakers include Richard Dawkins, Penn & Teller, Phil Plait, Michael Shermer and Adam Savage.