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Richard Boylan seems to believe everything without checking anything. As
usual, he is off the wall. I did a lot of checking on Michael Wolf who had
claimed a Ph.D.in Theoretical Physics from MIT, and an MD from McGill
University; an unusual combination indeed if true. It isn't. I asked Mr.
Courant, who had interviewed Michael Wolf (in the UK UFO Magazine) for his
Thesis advisorÌs name at MIT. Michael (with whom I spoke several times
several years ago) refused to give me the name on the basis that the
advisor still did classified work, and couldn't have his identity
revealed. Michael would give it when I wrote about my supposed black
budget work on Nuclear rockets.
Obviously, every thesis has an advisor's name on it. I, never worked on
any black budget programs. I HAVE written about nuclear rockets. I checked
MITÌs registrar, alumni, Physics Dept., and no one had ever heard of
Michael Wolf Kruffaut, nor had McGill University. He did join the NY
Academy of Sciences. However, anybody can if theyÌre willing to lie about
their credentials and pay the annual fee, which he did. The same goes for
The American Association for the Advancement of Science. Both were joined
in the 1990Ìs. It seems strange for such a "prominentÓ scientist not to
have joined these many years ago.
An Internet search by another researcher turned up more info from his
relatives. Michael was never married, and didn't have any children, even
though he tells a sad tale of an accident that killed his wife and child.
He also spent time in a mental hospital. His residence address is the same
as the New England Research Institute, a non real outfit.