Recently, sound bytes that belong to a few of NASA astronauts that include Buzz Aldrin, one of the Apollo 11 astronauts, were analyzed in a “lie detector” test. The purpose of the tests was to determine whether they had said the truth or not when they spoke about alien life and spacecraft sightings. According to a report in the Sunday Express, particularly Aldrin passed the lie detector test about alien life. The report states that this doesn’t prove that extraterrestrial life is located outside of Earth.
The Sunday Express reports that the tests were performed by the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology in Albany, Ohio. The institute conducted this analysis as a part of a “complex computer analysis” that uses voice recordings from four NASA astronauts – Buzz Aldrin and Al Worden who are still living, and also of Gordon Cooper and Edgar Mitchel who passed away in previous years.
The analysis focuses on Buzz Aldrin’s statement that he saw an “L-shaped” object, that was seen by him and his crew while they were onboard the Apollo 11 mission at the time when they were travelling to the Moon in 1969. The analysis proved that Aldrin was saying the truth on the Lie Detector Test about alien life.
The Sunday Express cited the BioAcoustic researcher Sharry Edward, described as a “pioneer” in her field on the website. The media outlet wrote that after BioAcoustic analyzed Buzz Aldrin’s voice, the voice patterns reveal that he was absolutely certain about seeing a UFO. According to the publication, BioAcoustic’s tests received similar results when analyzing voice from Worden, who said that he was sure he saw alien life during an interview with Good Morning Britain, as well as statements from the deceased astronauts Cooper and Mitchell from the time they were still alive.
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According to a report in Mysterious Universe from 2014, Buzz Aldrin who said he saw the “L-shaped object,” was also seen by others from the Apollo 11 crew including Michael Collins, a couple days after the astronauts had discarded the S4B, the third stage of the rocket that took them to the Moon. Aldrin later recalled the astronauts weren’t certain whether what they saw was the third stage or something else. However, NASA determined that the rocket was 6,000 nautical miles away from the spacecraft at the time, which led to the conclusion that the L-shaped object was different, and thereby unidentified.
“The UFO people in the United States were very very angry with me, that I had not given them the information. It was not an alien,” Aldrin said in the Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) session that was cited by Mysterious Universe.
Aldrin’s statement about the “L-shaped object” made during the Apollo 11 mission compared to his other statements with a more logical explanation that came later, led the Institute of BioAcoustic to conclude that the lie detector test about alien life can’t be used as evidence of extraterrestrial life, according to the Sunday Express. It was also pointed out, though, that many conspiracy theorists believe that the crew abroad Apollo 11 saw the “evidence of aliens” while orbiting the moon.