Buzz Aldrin Saw UFO on The Moon and Even Passed The Lie Detector Test
In the article published on The Daily Star, it was confirmed that Buzz Aldrin, who traveled with Neil Armstrong to the moon aboard Apollo 11, passed a test with a lie detector. The test showed that their evidence of the existence of UFOs is true.
The British media outlet stated that Buzz Aldrin and the three other NASA astronauts (Al Worden, Edgar Mitchell, and Gordon Cooper), who traveled to the moon, passed a polygraph test. The test was conducted using their voices in various interviews, in which they claimed to had seen UFOs and aliens. The interviews were given over several years to various media, including the words of already dead astronauts.
A sophisticated computer analysis of astronauts’ claims was conducted by the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology in Albany, Ohio. According to the Institute, the voices of astronauts were investigated in the laboratory using the latest technology. Although the analysis technology was not disclosed, representatives of the institute argue that these studies are more reliable than generally accepted lie detector tests and can soon replace those used by the FBI and the police.
On one recording, 90-year-old Buzz Aldrin said he had seen a UFO on his way to the moon: “There was something out there that was close enough to be observed, sort of L-shaped.”
According to Sharry Edwards of the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology, the tests reveal that Aldrin saw UFO, but his logical brain cannot explain the incident.
The Apollo 15 pilot, Alfred Merrill Worden also claimed to had seen aliens. The old audio recordings of NASA astronauts Edgar Mitchell and Gordon Cooper, that are now dead, were analyzed. Mitchell of Apollo 14 claimed to have seen a lot of UFOs, and Cooper described the pursuit of a group of unknown objects.
However, a number of experts have already expressed doubts about the reliability of the published research results. They are convinced that even true lie detector tests simply do not have scientific certainty.
According to an extensive 2003 report by the National Research Council, nearly a century of research in the field of scientific psychology and physiology gives little reason to expect that a polygraph test can have extremely high accuracy. This estimate is true for today.
Besides, research done by audio or video cannot be accurate. In addition, the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology is a nonprofit company selling medicines for various health problems. And, most likely, their study is nothing more than an attempt to draw media attention to the company.