In addition to all his articles/books mentioned on UFO boards, I am also finding mention on these same boards that he's a fraud and that his
credentials are faked.
Stanton Freedman, one of the leading UFO investigators for many years also proclaims that Wolf is a fraud and has no credentials.
It apparently started quite a brouhaha, but my money's on Freedman.
Let me post MY quibble here: "Dr Wolf said he had an MD in neurology; a Ph.D in theoretical physics; a BS in biogenetics; a JD in international law;
and a D.Sc. in computer sciences."
Now, to get an MD in neurology, you have to go through 4 years of college. Then 4 years of med school plus 2 years of residency. THEN you have to
have 2-3 years in your specialty and then get board certification. www.medcatalog.harvard.edu...
That makes you at least 30 before you can start practicing. At that point you have a ghastly amount of debt from the cost of all that schooling.
NOW... on top of that, he goes to get a PhD in physics. Alas, most of what you learn in med school doesn't apply to physics. So you then have to go
back and level (take makeup courses in certain areas), THEN get your Masters' (3-4 years. I know this, because I did this when I got my Masters'),
and THEN get your PhD... depending on how you did this, it's a total of 4-6 years.
Grad school isn't free. It costs a ghastly amount of money. So now the darling boy is 35 years old and well over half a million in debt (no
Getting a DSc -- no such degree plan and no certification that I can find. If they meant a PhD, add another four years.
And another ghastly wad of money.
But wait -- there's a BS in biogenics. Alas, for Dr. Wolf, no college in the US seems to offer this particular degree. In fact, no university
that's anywhere on the Internet offers a degree in this discipline.
And then there's the JD in international law. If we throw out the biogenics and say he went on to get a JD, it will take him about another 6 years.
My brother-in-law's a lawyer, and I simply asked him about it.
And by now, he's well beyond half a million in debt, and he's hitting 40.
And he hasn't PRACTICED any of it, just acquired the degrees.
Unless, of course, he bought them from one of those spammers that fill your mailboxes with their junk.
And when did the man get the time to build up credit and so forth to serve on ANY councils before he dropped dead of cancer? And why would any
security group hire someone who's beyond half a million dollars in debt???
Here's a clue: They won't. If you have extraordinary debts, you are deemed a security risk and they won't hire you. If hired, your security
clearance will be dropped.
This happened to a friend of ours who worked at Raytheon and got into financial trouble after a house fire. His clearance was canceled when they got
close to bankruptcy and he was kept under close watch until they quit bouncing checks and got caught up on their bills.
Academically, the guy's a fraud.
I see other problems. Here's a synopsis of his statement of the Roswell crash, taken from that website you pointed to:
"Two craft crashed at Roswell after colliding with each other during an electrical storm. "
Mmmmkay. So these guys are able to travel a bazillion miles across space, show up cloaked with all sorts of sophisticated tech -- AND CAN'T FLY IN A
SIMPLE ELECTRICAL STORM WHICH ANY OF OUR MODERN PLANES CAN GET THROUGH JUST FINE???
How about: "His first major assignment was working alongside Carl Sagan and other top scientists - their job to understand the intricacies of a huge
ET beacon dubbed The Monolith " He then goes on to say it was brought back to Earth (no explaination of how) in 1971. Either they had ET help (in
which case, what's the need to study the Monolith?) or they didn't (I'd surely like to know how they got it back in those TEENY space capsules they
were flying at the time. Or how they even got CLOSE to it.
"2001, A Space Odyssey", anyone? Here's another scoop for him: Carl Sagan's movements can be traced. In 1971, he wasn't working for NASA on
anything... he was a full professor at Cornell (I got this from several bios of his).
...and so on. Another fraud, looking for fame and money.