Re: some remote viewers reviewed

Michael Lorrey (
Sun, 09 Nov 1997 09:03:50 -0500

Damien Broderick wrote:
> Hyman, a well–known sceptic, predictably disagreed, but admitted: `I tend
> to agree with Professor Utts that real effects are occurring in these
> experiments'. Irritatingly, the assessors were not given the `operational'
> remote viewing material, just laboratory results from government–sponsored
> research done from the early 1970s at Stanford Research Institute and from
> 1989 to 1994 at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC).
> Most of the real material, according to Utts, is still classified (personal
> communication).
> Is the Truth, as Agent Mulder hopes, really Out There?

Damien, et al: I find it oddly coincidental that I keep seeing SAIC pop
up in the oddest places. Trying to find out the entire breadth of their
business is impossible due to the amount of classified work they do for
our and other governments.

Do you all know that SAIC owns INTERNIC????

They are also one of the main contractors for the Air Force Test
Facility known popularly as Area 51 (along with AG&G, a multinational
they have a cozy relationship with).

They do quite a bit of subcontract work for Lockheed, as well as with
the Air Force's Phillips Laboratory, main contractor for the new
classified facilities at Micheal Field in Utah and the WHite Sands Utah
Launch Facility (which is supposedly the launch facility for the
classified launcher/spyplane the Air Force has which uses the linear
aerospike technology now being used on the Lockheed Venturestar program.

These are just some of the "tip of the iceberg" projects I find SAIC
involved in. I recommend that everyone keep an eye out for SAIC projects
or other SAIC association when the spot them.

I find it rather uncharacteristic that SAIC would be involved in such a
program as remote viewing unless it really had something going for it.

			Michael Lorrey
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