From: Ed Gehrman <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 27 Aug 2000 03:29:36 -0700 Fwd Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2000 20:46:16 -0400 Subject: Re: Voice Stress Analysis Of Col. Philip Corso - >From: Greg Sandow <email@example.com> >To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <firstname.lastname@example.org> >Subject: Re: Voice Stress Analysis Of Col. Philip Corso - Sandow >Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2000 16:25:10 -0700 >Hmmm. "An interesting toy that you may find fun." And on the >basis of that, we're told that Corso has now been proved correct >beyond any shadow of doubt. >Ed, maybe you're putting too much weight on what this very >preliminary analysis tells you. Greg, I agree that Voice Stress Analysis is only a tool, and should be combined it with other investigatorial techniques. But once used, the results VSA generate should be given serious examination. I have long argued that there has never been any reason to consider Col. Corso a liar. But others on this list have turned a few seemingly innocent mistakes into bald faced lies and have insisted that we should disregard all else the Col. Corso has written about his mind blowing experiences. Col. Corso had very little hard evidence to document his memories. He relied on his reputation and good name. Since that reputation has been smeared across the web by folks who wish to discredit Col. Corso's version of events, many readers no longer feel that he's believable. While I knew that VSA might be considered a toy, I also knew it could be a useful tool in the right person's hands. I've have previous experience with Mike's work, and know we can trust his judgment that Col. Corso believed he was telling the truth about his experiences: he saw an alien in gel; he transferred alien technology from the crashed Roswell craft to US corporations; he had knowledge of a secret working group that controlled the dissemination of UFO information. We should seriously reconsider what Col. Corso has written. "The Day After Roswell" is an important book , by an insider who knew what he was talking about, and his many import reminiscences deserve more discussion than they've gotten so far.
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