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Old 18-01-2015, 07:26 AM   #1
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Default 74 NASA scientists dead in 2 years??

Its common knowledge about bankers being suicided because they know too much about the economy.

If NASA scientists are going through the same what is being covered up here?


Another NASA Scientist Has Been Killed – What’s Going On?

NASA Scientist Alberto Behar died in a plane crash on Friday in Los Angeles – making a total of 74 Scientist dead in 2 years.

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Old 18-01-2015, 08:02 AM   #2
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Old 18-01-2015, 08:31 AM   #3
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Statistically is it that uncommon?

In terms of stats, is it abnormal for so many to die so quickly. I have no idea on this, but the person in the video just says people died. Yep people die all the time.

Of course being science people, they should not really make dumb decisions that lead to there death, but plenty do.

So in terms of stats, is it abnormal, that so many bankers and or scientists die within this time frame?

We would have to know about the statistics of deaths within these two groups, to see if its abnormality, or just another stat. I understand why he would question a person being shot by nail gun 7 times, and them saying its suicide. But overall, is the stat so bizarre?
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Old 18-01-2015, 02:15 PM   #4
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Statistically is it that uncommon?

In terms of stats, is it abnormal for so many to die so quickly. I have no idea on this, but the person in the video just says people died. Yep people die all the time.

Of course being science people, they should not really make dumb decisions that lead to there death, but plenty do.

So in terms of stats, is it abnormal, that so many bankers and or scientists die within this time frame?

We would have to know about the statistics of deaths within these two groups, to see if its abnormality, or just another stat. I understand why he would question a person being shot by nail gun 7 times, and them saying its suicide. But overall, is the stat so bizarre?
Yes, andy, it would be weird if 74 employees at a certain WalMart turned up dead in 2 years as well. Let's check the stats. Perhaps it will turn up even more weird data.
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Thanks for the heads up.
Very strange and worrying if true.
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That's very strange!
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Old 18-01-2015, 09:03 PM   #7
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Its common knowledge about bankers being suicided because they know too much about the economy.

If NASA scientists are going through the same what is being covered up here?


Another NASA Scientist Has Been Killed – What’s Going On?

NASA Scientist Alberto Behar died in a plane crash on Friday in Los Angeles – making a total of 74 Scientist dead in 2 years.

74 dead =11 the numerology is telling us about nasa and it is not to be trusted its doing shady deals and has leased the planet to higher intelligence for a 1000 years or until the intense karma that serves the lie of American billions 9 zeros and European billions12 zeros, and thus the speed oif light is a lie, and either the universe is nearer than we expected and all that death energy serving stars and planets is either nearer and coming in faster of a long long wait for salvation or their rescue of this planet shithole
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Old 19-01-2015, 04:56 AM   #8
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I thought it had to do with the moon hoaxes & all the other lies NASA has been telling us.
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Old 21-01-2015, 01:58 AM   #9
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74 dead scientists or 74 dead NASA scientists?
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Old 23-01-2015, 08:09 PM   #10
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Here’s a list of 74 dead Scientists. Few of them worked for NASA so where the idea comes from that they did is a mystery or perhaps, more likely, someone is very slipshod in their research.

http://www.stevequayle.com/index.php?s=146

The list is headed

Dead Scientists 2004-2015


So that’s 74 dead over 11 years and some of them perfectly explainable such as :

Thomas Gold, age 84……….. Long term battle with heart failure”

So why is he included in this list?

“Wallace L. Pannier, 81….died of respiratory failure and other natural causes”

So why is he on this list?

Then we have

“ Dr. Larry Bustard, age 53. Died July 2, 2004 from unknown causes.”

Yet here is what his obituary says:

Larry Bustard “died peacefully on July 2, 2004…………………… through endless chemotherapy treatments and surgeries.”

Hardly ‘unknown causes’

“Edward Hoffman, aged 62. Died 6 July 1, 2004 from unknown causes”

Here is what wikipedia says:

“He died of liver cancer in Los Angeles, California.”

Hardly ‘unknown causes’

Here are the details of some more which I googled at random

“William T. McGuire, age 39. Found May 5, 2004, last seen late April 2004. Body found in three suitcases floating in Chesapeake Bay……..”

Googling this we find that it was his wife who had shot him then cut him up.

Why is he on this list?

“Bradley C. Livezey, 56, died in a car crash Feb. 8. Livezey knew nearly everything about the songs of birds and was considered the top anatomist.”

Why is he on this list? What's so secret about birds?

“Vajinder Toor,………………….. worked at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center in New York before joining Yale.”

Why is he on this list?

Another three people on the list were killed by a colleague after being denied tenure

Why are they on this list?

In addition some on the list were Middle Easterners working in Iran etc who were killed due to political motivations.

Some which say “unknown causes” maybe because the family haven’t chosen to make the reason public. After all, why should they. It’s no-one else’s business.

Some were involved in working with extremely lethal viruses and died after contamination.

So at the end of this list we have very few whose deaths are genuinely mysterious and suspicious. Do we have lists of scientists working on special studies that are still alive?

It’s common knowledge that there are hundreds of thousands of people doing scientific research, biological and otherwise. They rarely work in total isolation with no one else collaborating or at least knowing about it, so it’s unlikely that any discoveries die with them and their work still remains for others to take up.
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Old 23-01-2015, 08:21 PM   #11
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Here’s a list of 74 dead Scientists. Few of them worked for NASA so where the idea comes from that they did is a mystery or perhaps, more likely, someone is very slipshod in their research.

http://www.stevequayle.com/index.php?s=146

The list is headed

Dead Scientists 2004-2015


So that’s 74 dead over 11 years and some of them perfectly explainable such as :

Thomas Gold, age 84……….. Long term battle with heart failure”

So why is he included in this list?

“Wallace L. Pannier, 81….died of respiratory failure and other natural causes”

So why is he on this list?

Then we have

“ Dr. Larry Bustard, age 53. Died July 2, 2004 from unknown causes.”

Yet here is what his obituary says:

Larry Bustard “died peacefully on July 2, 2004…………………… through endless chemotherapy treatments and surgeries.”

Hardly ‘unknown causes’

“Edward Hoffman, aged 62. Died 6 July 1, 2004 from unknown causes”

Here is what wikipedia says:

“He died of liver cancer in Los Angeles, California.”

Hardly ‘unknown causes’

Here are the details of some more which I googled at random

“William T. McGuire, age 39. Found May 5, 2004, last seen late April 2004. Body found in three suitcases floating in Chesapeake Bay……..”

Googling this we find that it was his wife who had shot him then cut him up.

Why is he on this list?

“Bradley C. Livezey, 56, died in a car crash Feb. 8. Livezey knew nearly everything about the songs of birds and was considered the top anatomist.”

Why is he on this list? What's so secret about birds?

“Vajinder Toor,………………….. worked at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center in New York before joining Yale.”

Why is he on this list?

Another three people on the list were killed by a colleague after being denied tenure

Why are they on this list?

In addition some on the list were Middle Easterners working in Iran etc who were killed due to political motivations.

Some which say “unknown causes” maybe because the family haven’t chosen to make the reason public. After all, why should they. It’s no-one else’s business.

Some were involved in working with extremely lethal viruses and died after contamination.

So at the end of this list we have very few whose deaths are genuinely mysterious and suspicious. Do we have lists of scientists working on special studies that are still alive?

It’s common knowledge that there are hundreds of thousands of people doing scientific research, biological and otherwise. They rarely work in total isolation with no one else collaborating or at least knowing about it, so it’s unlikely that any discoveries die with them and their work still remains for others to take up.
i am grateful for the balanced and reasoned response.
i thought that 74 dead nasa scientists seemed odd, but someone is mythologizing the facts, obviously.
thanks.
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Old 25-01-2015, 03:13 PM   #12
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i am grateful for the balanced and reasoned response.
i thought that 74 dead nasa scientists seemed odd, but someone is mythologizing the facts, obviously.
thanks.
I get so annoyed when people just quote things without checking to see if they are true or not. It doesn't take long to check if a statement has any validity. When people just repeat lies it makes the search for the truth that much more difficult.
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I get so annoyed when people just quote things without checking to see if they are true or not. It doesn't take long to check if a statement has any validity. When people just repeat lies it makes the search for the truth that much more difficult.
this is a MAJOR problem on this forum.
it is hard to sort through the muck to find gems of truth.
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Statistically is it that uncommon?

In terms of stats, is it abnormal for so many to die so quickly. I have no idea on this, but the person in the video just says people died. Yep people die all the time.

Of course being science people, they should not really make dumb decisions that lead to there death, but plenty do.

So in terms of stats, is it abnormal, that so many bankers and or scientists die within this time frame?

We would have to know about the statistics of deaths within these two groups, to see if its abnormality, or just another stat. I understand why he would question a person being shot by nail gun 7 times, and them saying its suicide. But overall, is the stat so bizarre?
Have you ever used a nail gun and know how it works, or should I say really hurts after the first mistake of pulling the trigger while your flesh is beneath it.
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http://www.baxterbulletin.com/story/...tist/15134427/



The body of Martin John Rogers, brother-in-law of local veterinarian Rob Conner, was found Thursday afternoon near his wrecked car down an embankment

last seen by his wife when he left for his job

search for Rogers began a few days after he failed to show up for work

Authorities did not say how they think Rogers died

sighting came on the day he disappeared. Surveillance video and use of a credit card confirmed a sweaty Rogers, who was wearing a green-checkered shirt and tan khaki pants, checking into a Motel 8 a few hours after he left home.

sighting of Rogers on a local trail two days later was likely credible

Volunteers created a search headquarters at a local church and fanned out through the area talking to people, searching and putting up fliers. A Facebook page was created, inviting readers to send in tips.

"But when the detective went through all the normal reasons a person leaves — money problems, work problems, trouble at home, a girlfriend — none of that matched John."

Kelley and John met while she was working on her Ph.D. in molecular biology at Yale.

search for answers regarding his disappearance and death continues.
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“Vajinder Toor,………………….. worked at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center in New York before joining Yale.”

Why is he on this list?
How does this explain his death?
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Statistically is it that uncommon?

In terms of stats, is it abnormal for so many to die so quickly. I have no idea on this, but the person in the video just says people died. Yep people die all the time.

Of course being science people, they should not really make dumb decisions that lead to there death, but plenty do.

So in terms of stats, is it abnormal, that so many bankers and or scientists die within this time frame?

We would have to know about the statistics of deaths within these two groups, to see if its abnormality, or just another stat. I understand why he would question a person being shot by nail gun 7 times, and them saying its suicide. But overall, is the stat so bizarre?
If you see take times of year that suicide normally happened IE, the longer darker months from November out, then you can gain better statistics, now collate these so called mystery deaths to their dates of year and the wider picture will emerge.

In terms of people versus workers that are in the know, the system today is so large that each individual has less and less of an in the know problem.

Let me explain a little further using old observations,

If you take the Cape control rooms of the Apollo missions, each desk operator/s only knew his or her single work description, they never even knew what the person next to them was doing.

This is the nature of things today, and wicked minds who will cleanse those who bend to the oars of control.

This is one sure way to keep everything fragmented and in full control.

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There are many suspicious deaths! NASA, Microbiologists, Astronomers, etc!
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Let me explain a little further using old observations,

If you take the Cape control rooms of the Apollo missions, each desk operator/s only knew his or her single work description, they never even knew what the person next to them was doing.
Total bullshit. Many of the workstations are grouped so that information can be relayed directly rather than phone. Everyone knew the function of every workstation.

http://arstechnica.com/science/2012/...ole-explained/
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If you see take times of year that suicide normally happened IE, the longer darker months from November out, then you can gain better statistics, now collate these so called mystery deaths to their dates of year and the wider picture will emerge.

In terms of people versus workers that are in the know, the system today is so large that each individual has less and less of an in the know problem.

Let me explain a little further using old observations,

If you take the Cape control rooms of the Apollo missions, each desk operator/s only knew his or her single work description, they never even knew what the person next to them was doing.

This is the nature of things today, and wicked minds who will cleanse those who bend to the oars of control.

This is one sure way to keep everything fragmented and in full control.
As I understand, they have security and screening at different levels, much like the masonic outfit most belong to. I once spoke to someone who had a relative with access to 13 security levels back 'at The Cape' in 69 during the Apollo hoaxes which he confirmed and also told me.
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