Oobject: Vintage Lie Detectors

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Everything I link is a lie. [Oobject]

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6 Responses to Oobject: Vintage Lie Detectors

  1. sanity says:

    Vintage devices for measuring a variety of human physical reactions for which the relevance to a human lying is highly debatable and clouded by ignorance of the public and willful vagueness by its practitioners.

    FTFY

  2. strider_mt2k says:

    So you could tell the real hoods from the false ones!

  3. bbonyx says:

    “There will be cake”

  4. PaulR says:

    “Charlatanry in Forensic Speech science”

    See here:
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/9673590/Eriksson-Lacerda-2007

    Hmm, it looks like Nemesysco (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nemesysco) has adopted Taser’s ‘peer-reviewing’ procedures.

    Well, I’ve got my copy. Tough luck, Messieurs Lieberman and Olek.

  5. cinemajay says:

    I do love a good Oobject!

  6. dculberson says:

    Hey, I’ve got the EEG-only version of the current #1.. it’s pretty. Much prettier than the polygraph. I still want it.

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