Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Kalvin Korff and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories

Kalvin's claim of working at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories caused quite a stir between Kalvin and a fellow named Don Ecker. I shot an e-mail to a public relations person at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories and asked about Kalvin's employment at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories and Kalvin stating he worked on the Star Wars project. Draw your own conclusions from this information, I know I have. Oh, and if Kalvin tries to wiggle out of this claim by playing word games, just read this article Kalvin wrote. There is no misunderstanding and Kalvin clearly says he worked at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories and on the Star Wars project.

Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2008
To: kalisanidiot@live.com
From: seaver1@llnl.gov
Subject: RE: Inquiry

Kal may have worked on it but if he did he didn't do it here, unless he was using a different name.


Anonymous said...

Two words, "Colonel": stop lying.

Welsh Ufologist said...

I have no idea who the author of this blog is - but I love it! It's high time someone took this nutjob to task.

Stan said...

I'd love to see Kal K. Korff provide irrefutable evidence that he was employed by LLNL and what his job title was. Maybe Kal can show us a little more than the laughable bullshit evidence he showed in one of his videos. It was some going away flyer allegedly made for him on his last day of work o something like that. Not the stunning evidence Kal likes to hold others accountable to. It looks like all your talk is starting to unravel Kal and your past is catching up with you.

Anonymous said...

Kal will just claim he was working under a different name because he was "undercover"

F1 Racer

Anonymous said...

Now we get to see Kal Korff come uncorked, become completely indignant and try to sidestep the evidence at hand. Your time is up "Colonel".

Anonymous said...

Kal K. Korff didn't make it a month working at Claris and left the Hypercard project when he figured out the whole team knew him and his supposed computer skills were a joke. You may note that in every version of Hypercard that Kal K. Korff's note is not in any of the credits.

Jimmy D said...

"As a former Senior Systems Analyst (Level III) at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory who worked onsite on the original "Stars Wars" program under the first President George H.W. Bush, there's much to say about issue of anti-missile defense systems....".
---Surely, it should be "...I have much to say about the issue of..."? A typical Korff sentence - even within a single sentence, he gets so wrapped up in the grandiloquent opening boast that he forgets to link the clauses.

Anonymous said...

There is no such thing as a Senior Systems Analyst (Level III) at LLNL. This is the biggest pile of horseshit I have heard. Anyone who has ever worked at LLNL knows that Kal K. Korff never worked there in any official capacity.

Roger Knights said...

Maybe he worked there as a consultant or temp or contractor?

He could be asked by Rob to name a couple of co-workers who'd vouch for him. That would settle the matter--assuming the boss of LLL vouched for THEM.

I can't believe that KK would have the nerve to make this up out of whole cloth. He must have done SOMETHING there.