Thursday, July 3, 2008

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories says no such title as a "Senior Systems Analyst (Level III)"

I sent an email to Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories asking about Kalvin Korff's supposed job title he has listed on many of his resumes and biographies, which are in his books and available to the public in a number of forms. Specifically, Kalvin states in a bio, "A passionate and driven researcher, Korff has worked for companies such as Atari, Xerox, Apple Computer, Claris, The Boeing Company, and was a security-cleared Senior Systems Analyst, Level III, at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory during the original U.S. Government-funded Strategic Defense Initiative or "Star Wars" program."

Is it REALLY true? Not so according to Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories when I asked them if that specific job title has ever existed. This is the email I was sent directly from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories.

Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2008 12:33:28 -0700
Subject: RE: Inquiry

All I can tell you is the job title as you put it does not exist within the Lab's job classifications.

Kalvin has made the claim of having been employed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories. It is now up to Kalvin to provide credible and verifiable evidence he was employed in the position he says. Kalvin, don't treat us to yet another boring and painful self filmed piece of trash where you show a piece of paper and claim it to be absolute proof. Kalvin claims to be a researcher and investigator so surely he is up to the task of providing undeniable proof of his claim. From what I have been provided by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories to this point, I would have to say that Kalvin is not being truthful.


Anonymous said...

Kal will just ignore this, as he does whenever the truth is revealed and Kal is exposed.

And if this debate actually goes off I will be very surprised

F1 Racer

Anonymous said...

The "Colonel" is a coward. The debate will not take place.

Philc said...

Kal's deterioration is somewhat frustrating for I agree with his conclusions regarding the Billy Meir case, the Roswell incident, and the Patterson/Gimlin film. I wonder if he understands that his delusional thought process has given proponents of these obvious hoaxes a reason to ramble on?


Anonymous said...

Thank you for showing how much of a blow-hard Kal Korff is. You actually have to have brains and talent to work at LLNL, hence the reason Kal will never work there.

Anonymous said...

Hey Kal. Show us some documents (payslip) that you worked there. The job category should be on there so this is your chance to shut us up....

Anonymous said...

Hey Korff, even Bob Lazar came up with a W2 for his employment. What's your excuse Kal?

Anonymous said...

I would tell you all, don't stop with Lawrence Livermore Labs.

When I had the opportunity to investigate Mr. Korff, I found out that there are a lot of things that didn't add up at all. You should try looking into some of the folks at Fox when they did all of the UFO shows, and let's not forget all of the other shows on cable where he's a commentator. Ask the producers what credentials he has, and I promise you, what you'll find out will be a goldmine.

Anonymous said...

If you know so much about kal Korff why don't you just post it here?