From: Bruce Maccabee <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Wed, 3 Feb 1999 12:08:59 -0500 Fwd Date: Wed, 03 Feb 1999 19:53:57 -0500 Subject: Re: Open Letter: MJ-12 & Dr. Wood >From: Stig Agermose <email@example.com> >To: firstname.lastname@example.org >Subject: Open Letter: MJ-12 & Dr. Wood >Date: Tue, 02 Feb 1999 03:39:24 GMT >Source: "alt.ufo.reports". >Stig *** >From: "Sid Fiber" <dataVoid@hotmail.com> >Newsgroups: alt.paranet.ufo,alt.ufo.reports >Subject: Open Letter: MJ12 & Dr. Wood >Date: Mon, 1 Feb 1999 16:49:58 -0800 >(Background: This is an open letter to Dr. Bob Wood and his son >Ryan Wood who are attempting to authenticate the validity of the >MJ-12. These documents allegedly document the US government's >efforts to conceal the discovery of extraterrestrial beings and >crafts during the 1940s.) >Dear Dr. Wood--> >If Truman, Bush, Einstein, and others authored the Majestic 12 >documents, then the methods of forensic-linguistics will >conclusively prove it. As interesting as this idea might be, the application of the Foster technique may come up with a "false positive". This is because we already have a few of the Cooper/Cantwheel documents (which Wood and Wood are analyzing) which are clearly doctored original documents. That is, you take an original document which is in the style of a particulal person and then you change a few words...just enough to change the meaning or context of the document so that it fits the new meaning or context.>In this case, take a real document and change some words to make it fit the MJ-12/flying saucer/bodies etc., context.>Then a linguistic analysis would probably indicate that the document was genuine. Of course, if there was too much alteration, then the analysis could well show it to be false. The result is: if the analysis shows it to be true, the analysis MIGHT be correct...and it might not; if the analysis shows it to be false, then it very probably is false.
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