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Lie detector confirms Roswell testimonies

Posted on Saturday, 17 December, 2011 | Comment icon 103 comments



 
New software able to determine if someone is lying by analysing words has been used on Roswell witnesses.

Dr. Raj Chandramouli and Dr. Koduvayur Subbalakshmi have developed "veracity software" capable of detecting lies in a textual transcript of what someone has said with an alleged accuracy of 86%-99%. UFO researcher Anthony Bragalia decided that one way to put this to use would be to apply the software to transcripts of witnesses who have revealed details about the Roswell Incident. His research suggested that statements by Major Jesse Marcel with regard to witnessing and handling strange debris following the incident were indeed true based on the analysis of the software.

"Two renowned professors at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ have recently stunned the criminal psychology and law enforcement communities with the introduction of a computer program offering an astounding 86%-99% rate of success in lie detection."

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Comment icon #94 Posted by psyche101 on 18 January, 2012, 22:37
Ok, sure, governments (all over the world) "lie" to the people, but, that is in no way evidence of ET visiting and crashing on Earth. I suppose the entire amateur astronomical contingent on earth has also been bought off, and keep all this traffic a secret Good grief, DB, is it not amazing how people know yet they are incapable of making sense? One would think a few tips from an advanced species about common sense might go a long way here.
Comment icon #95 Posted by JGirl on 18 January, 2012, 22:48
Not to mention certain drugs (both legal and not) can increase your changes of failing and others of passing. Pregnant women almost always give inconclusive results because their hormone levels are variable at any given time. Certain diseases can cause tremors or muscle twitching which makes it hard to get a baseline reading. Not to mention guilt doesn't always equal lying. Think of all the missing child cases where a parent or grandparent failed their polygraph and it turned out to be someone else. There is a lot of guilt involved in a missing child case, no matter how it happened. Sometimes ... [More]
Comment icon #96 Posted by scowl on 20 January, 2012, 0:58
Not to mention certain drugs (both legal and not) can increase your changes of failing and others of passing. The easiest trick is to raise your mental stress level during the baseline test. Think of every lie you've ever told (including the lies you're about to tell). Bite your tongue. Imagine all the consequences of getting caught lying. Get that heart rate up, sweat like a pig, and breathe like you're having a heart attack. Then when the actual test starts, relax and lie your ass off. Nowadays they usually mix baseline questions with real questions so be prepared to freak and bite your tong... [More]
Comment icon #97 Posted by regeneratia on 30 January, 2012, 0:33
Just to clear up the issue of lying; both males and females lie with similar frequency. However, the type of lies and the motive behind the lying does appear to differ by gender. see link here Nice one. Just learned something like this the other day, added to and assimilated into everything else I have learned about this issue.
Comment icon #98 Posted by regeneratia on 30 January, 2012, 0:38
I do not read nor listen to much mainstream media. You are just batting zero on your assumptions. Also, I got the idea that you believe many fringe liars on the net because I have seen you post to them. It does not take much assessment or thinking to spot their lies and wonder if their reasoning is sound, why do they lie. Allergies are one of the downsides to having good public health and sanitation. We know this because people who have any type of life-long combat with infections almost never have allergies. IgE the antibody involved in most common allergies, including ones that lead to anaph... [More]
Comment icon #99 Posted by Rolci on 13 February, 2012, 3:26
Listen to what this guy here on at 56:01 says in the next part of the video, in http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZfMwB_u6us at 1:30:28 about Roswell. Then make up your mind.
Comment icon #100 Posted by shaddow134 on 16 February, 2012, 19:39
I think the Roswell incident has been absolutely flogged to death to be honest,if you truly believe that what you saw was Alien then i think you would pass any lie detector test.Wether it was an Alien craft or not we will never know or be able to prove because there is no new evidence or information to be had from Roswell just the same old stuff over and over again.
Comment icon #101 Posted by DONTEATUS on 17 February, 2012, 2:04
I think the Roswell incident has been absolutely flogged to death to be honest,if you truly believe that what you saw was Alien then i think you would pass any lie detector test.Wether it was an Alien craft or not we will never know or be able to prove because there is no new evidence or information to be had from Roswell just the same old stuff over and over again. I totally agree ! No News is ? Well No News ! Roswell is a myth,Its all about the Whos on first ,He`s on Second. She`s on third, ANd E.T`s no where to be seen !
Comment icon #102 Posted by Occams Razor on 23 February, 2012, 15:53
The testimony has actually been pretty consistent with only a few exceptions. Individuals like Sheridan Cavitt, Bessie Brazel, Frank Kaufman, Phillip Corso and a couple others are the only ones that really differ. Their testimony is tossed out NOT because they contradict the foundation of reports, but mainly because they conflict with actual documented facts. Cavitt, for example, the officer that went out to the debris field with Marcel, was once quoted often by debunkers and referenced in the governments Roswell Report: Case Closed. The problem was that Cavitt originally claimed he wasn't eve... [More]
Comment icon #103 Posted by Lilly on 23 February, 2012, 16:20
Unfortunately, the main problem with lie detectors is they can only pick up on what someone believes is a lie. If a person is convinced that something is "the truth" the test will show them as telling the truth regardless of the reality of the situation. I highly suspect many people are convinced (for a variety of reasons) that an alien space ship crashed in Roswell, such folks would be able to pass the test, but it really means very little.


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