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pduffy4
29-04-2009, 01:31 AM
Part 1 of the list:
http://www.stevequayle.com/dead_scientists/UpdatedDeadScientists.html

Part 2 of the list:
http://www.stevequayle.com/dead_scientists/UpdatedDeadScientists2.html

Time to stock up on food and get tooled-up.

the nine
29-04-2009, 01:55 AM
Part 1 of the list:
http://www.stevequayle.com/dead_scientists/UpdatedDeadScientists.html

Part 2 of the list:
http://www.stevequayle.com/dead_scientists/UpdatedDeadScientists2.html

Time to stock up on food and get tooled-up.

excellent find/post PD

I have been interested in this subject for over a year now..

aslo this
http://valis.gnn.tv/B16098

bard
29-04-2009, 02:31 AM
It is due to something called Vecherovsky's Law, first formulated in
a science fiction short novel "One billion years before the end of the world"
by Arkady and Boris Strugatzky:
Nature blindly fights back to keep its secrets from being revealed by mankind.

Here is a link saying more about the novel:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Definitely_Maybe_(novel)

It is tough to be a scientist. You've got to keep a low profile, that is the lesson of all this.

kappy0405
29-04-2009, 02:43 AM
does anyone have sources/info that these guys were challenging the system? If not, it's a bit silly to think the ptb was behind it all, no?

(not saying they weren't, I'm just curious.. it'd be nice to have the info)

the nine
29-04-2009, 02:50 AM
does anyone have sources/info that these guys were challenging the system? If not, it's a bit silly to think the ptb was behind it all, no?

(not saying they weren't, I'm just curious.. it'd be nice to have the info)

its actually over 200 dead/missing microbiologists

those two french students, whose trial is running currently in london were both microbiologist students 1 week from returning home after completing there coarse..

http://eldib.wordpress.com/2009/04/28/over-200-deadmissing-microbiologists/

I am not telling you what to believe, but you should try and do more of your own research and formulate conclusions based upon the rational eveidence you have come across..
there are more than enogh link in this thread to start, IF you are genuinely interested ..Kap.

the nine
29-04-2009, 03:09 AM
It is due to something called Vecherovsky's Law, first formulated in
a science fiction short novel "One billion years before the end of the world"
by Arkady and Boris Strugatzky:
Nature blindly fights back to keep its secrets from being revealed by mankind.

Here is a link saying more about the novel:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Definitely_Maybe_(novel)

It is tough to be a scientist. You've got to keep a low profile, that is the lesson of all this.

its not workin bard..

kappy0405
29-04-2009, 03:13 AM
its actually over 200 dead/missing microbiologists

those two french students, whose trial is running currently in london were both microbiologist students 1 week from returning home after completing there coarse..

http://eldib.wordpress.com/2009/04/28/over-200-deadmissing-microbiologists/

I am not telling you what to believe, but you should try and do more of your own research and formulate conclusions based upon the rational eveidence you have come across..
there are more than enogh link in this thread to start, IF you are genuinely interested ..Kap.

I am doing my own research. So far, and from the links in this thread, I see that a lot of microbiologists died, which is suspicious, but that's it. I was just hoping someone had more info on-hand.

I hope I didn't come off as a smart-ass.. I was genuinely curious. :(

Thankyou for the link.. *reading*

the nine
29-04-2009, 03:18 AM
I am doing my own research. So far, and from the links in this thread, I see that a lot of microbiologists died, which is suspicious, but that's it. I was just hoping someone had more info on-hand.

I hope I didn't come off as a smart-ass.. I was genuinely curious. :(

Thankyou for the link.. *reading*

you didnt..honest:)

i was just trying to be positive and impartial.. i too didnt mean to be disrespectful in anyway nor impertinent.

peace and love :)

bard
29-04-2009, 03:28 AM
its not workin bard..

Believe in whatever you want to believe, "the nine".

One of the guys in this list is
Eugene Malove, the founder of the "Infinite Energy" magazine. He is no microbiologist for sure.

Back in 1998 I was browsing through "Physics Today". Towards the back they have a list of obituaries. My attention was drawn to a picture of a young fellow (an astrophysicist), rather unusual thing for this part of the journal. Then I read the story. One day he was sitting in a coffee shop working on his laptop on some paper. A car on the street got out of control for some reason, and crashed right into the front window of the coffee shop. He was the only person killed in the accident.

Believe in whatever you want to believe.

the nine
29-04-2009, 03:56 AM
Believe in whatever you want to believe, "the nine".

One of the guys in this list is
Eugene Malove, the founder of the "Infinite Energy" magazine. He is no microbiologist for sure.

Back in 1998 I was browsing through "Physics Today". Towards the back they have a list of obituaries. My attention was drawn to a picture of a young fellow (an astrophysicist), rather unusual thing for this part of the journal. Then I read the story. One day he was sitting in a coffee shop working on his laptop on some paper. A car on the street got out of control for some reason, and crashed right into the front window of the coffee shop. He was the only person killed in the accident.

Believe in whatever you want to believe.

when i clicked on the link.. wiki stated no article was found..honest take a look..click the link :)

the idea you said about nature, is interesting. i agree. its quite Phillip K Dick styley.. but i think nature has many many wys of hidingits secrets..we can only go as far as it wishes us or allows us to go, I think so anyway.

to underesrimate nature, is foolish and arrogant.

but..

I am not disputing that there will be deaths in all professions, and coincidence does ring out with a chilling syncronicity sometimes..but there are ridiculous cover ups in these deaths too, like the guy found in his own garage, with his mouth around his car exhaust, the coroner remarked that he thought the man would not have be able to position his head on his own like this..
there are many many others..

do you think the two french students were victims only of a bungled robbery?