How a leaked wiretap implicates British black ops in Kiev sniper attacks
- March 7, 2014
- Research by Kourosh Saberi, cognitive sciences professor, is featured in the Examiner March 7, 2014
From the Examiner:
In the late 20th century, scientists using lossless digital mirrors reflected recordings of sound waves from human speech recordings to determine their intelligibility under conditions of high distortion. Their conclusions, published in the journal Nature, found that speech intelligibility is “resistant to time reversal of local segments of a spoken sentence." One of the study’s co-authors, (now professor & associate dean for research and graduate studies at the UC Irvine School of Social Sciences) Kourosh Saberi, would further suggest that "Speech is a multidimensional stimulus. There are different ways you can extract a message from it." And that is how a leaked wiretap implicates British black ops in the Kiev sniper attacks of the “Maidan Conspiracy.”
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