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Yes, true, I recently read an article which listed all the astronomers who have died these past years, and the official reasons. It definitely sounded fishy to me, good grief, how could so many die in such a short period of years?
This article was passed along to me by Chris Hand. It is French. The part that got my attention is provided below. Google translated from French.MarshallElenin Comet: Astronomers killed 2 ... The end of the world?The team has therefore Wikistrike and thought long and hard before publishing the information of the utmost importance. This information might affect media and human irreversible. According to our sources, we found suspicious recent death of two astronomers, who were among the largest in the world. What you will read is exclusive and these killings are as irrefutable proof of what awaits us all.Brian Geoffrey Marsden was born August 5, 1937, died November 18, 2010. He was an American-British astronomer, in 1978 he was the director of the Minor Planet Center located at SAO Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Minor Planet Center, under the auspices of the International Astronomical Union, it is the official body responsible for collecting observational data for small planets (asteroids) and comets, the calculation of their orbits and the publication of this information via the Minor Planet Circulars ... Allan Rex Sandage was born June 18, 1926 in Iowa City, Iowa (USA), and died in San Gabriel (California) November 13, 2010, he was one of the greatest contemporary American astronomers. Born into a Jewish family, he converted to the end of his life to Christianity. Sandage working at the Palomar Observatory. The observatory is owned and operated by the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). One of the important programs at Mount Palomar was awarded the research program of near-Earth comets and asteroids called Near Earth Asteroid Tracking (NEAT). the near-Earth asteroids are asteroids moving close to or towards the Earth. To name one often uses the abbreviation ECA , English Earth-Crossing Asteroids , asteroid whose orbit crosses that of Earth. Some of these objects are likely to hit Earth, they are being searched and special monitoring ...Both men died of an acute encephalomyelitis. The acute disseminated encephalomyelitis or post-infectious encephalitis or perivenous encephalitis is an inflammatory demyelinating disease of the central nervous system. It is usually secondary to viral, bacterial or vaccination but may also occur spontaneously. It consists of inflammation leading to autoimmune destruction of myelin sheaths in the white matter, and has similarities in this regard (physiopathological, clinical and laboratory) with outbreaks of multiple plaques.C is a rare disease the incidence is 0.8 cases/100 000 persons / year and affects preferentially in children and adolescents, most cases occurring between 5 and 8 years. This disease may be rapid inoculated using an aerosol weapon often used by the CIA. The two astronomers had died at 5 day intervals with the same disease, and more importantly of an extremely rare disease. They were specialized in research and observation of comets. Death threats from the U.S. government not to reveal their findings about the trajectory and the actual size of the comet Elenin, they persisted in trying to reveal the facts to the public but in vain. A few weeks later, the trajectory is given officially to the public by NASA will be obviously false. The work of Marsden and Sandage showed a close much too large. The consequences would be an outbreak of the earth's crust over the entire globe. A real disaster. Half of humanity will be decimated.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAcNssKydcoHere is an interesting link to a video on Youtube about all the astronomers who have died. Sorry, I cannot remember where I saw the original article on the list.
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