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Human lie detector

Posted by: 4BC.com.au | 14 June, 2012 - 9:49 AM
4BC Breakfast: Human lie detector

4BC Breakfast: A man dubbed the human lie detector Steve Van Aperen talks to Peter and Mary and reveals some of his top secrets. Listen now and comment.

Blog comments Your Say

  • lies,lies,lies ! pollies aren't the only fibbers out there.you could name every profession on Earth and there you would find plenty of willing participants.
    Voters should look more at what the incumbents have done in office, and weigh up what the oppositions past records would indicate they might do for better or worse !

    Ralph Purnell Wednesday 29 May, 2013 - 4:49 PM
  • Ian Maurice, i agree with the solicitor caller on Saturday mornings program re the " SLUSH FUND", plus other criminal activities that our PM, was involved in. I dont believe these events no matter how odious should be swept under the carpet & dismissed. We all know our PM is an habitual liar & a crim to boot yet I am appalled by the confounding apathy displayed by some of the media.

    John Monday 3 December, 2012 - 5:37 AM
  • Not a good idea JamesP.
    Julia would cause it to overload and burn it out in the first sentence that spewed from her mouth.

    Rich Friday 30 November, 2012 - 9:38 AM
  • James P, one glaring mistake in your post, Tony doesn't speak.

    roger Thursday 29 November, 2012 - 12:30 PM
  • Julia Gillard should be asked in Parliament today by Tony Abbott to sit a Polygraph Test on National TV with Steve Van Aperen, to clear the doubt in the Voters minds

    James P Thursday 29 November, 2012 - 11:29 AM
  • Well said Dr Craig but we do not trust other men and women of science who lie and decieve for a living so excuse us. However when it comes to climate change/the rise of C02 emmisions due to anthropagenic reasons/ that we will live for ever in a drought/ that sea levels are rising and pacific nations will sink/ blah blah blah blah. But science can tell us if someone is lying by using polygraph invented in 1921 of which the new but soon to be replaced finaly by fMRI which is claimed to be more than 20% more correct than polygraphs which means the polygraph was 20% wrong but USA government on the other hand has research that has shown that the figure of being wrong is 50% or more which is the case, just like a each way bet. This psuedo science unpins their justice system how many people have been executed because of this. The real joke is that the CIA and FBI know all of this but insist on using the evidence of the Polygraph in thier hiring then they take the new agents next door and train them how to beat them, go figure that is intelligence for you particularly when other nations do not use them so much for science my good doctor good on you that you once remembered enough to pass and examination and got a degree that cost a lot of money.

    mick Friday 15 June, 2012 - 4:28 PM

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