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El Samyaza
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"Suspicious deaths"
of two astonomers involved in L-N-N

Brian Geoffrey Marsden

Allan Rex Sandage


"The two astronomers died to 5 days of interval of the same illness (Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis), what is more of an extremely rare illness. They were specialized in the observation and the research of the comets."


Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis

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Re: Suspicious deaths of two astonomers involved in L-N-N
Seem to be getting harder to post about Elenin, I had to revise the post 6 times
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The mysterious deaths of several NASA astronomers?
Sounds like a usual goverment cover up of DOOM.







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Re: Suspicious deaths of two astonomers involved in L-N-N
Not this fucking old shit again.

One was 73 and the other 84 or something.

Old age may have been a factor.
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Re: Suspicious deaths of two astonomers involved in L-N-N

"Suspicious deaths"
of two astonomers involved in L-N-N

Brian Geoffrey Marsden

Allan Rex Sandage


"The two astronomers died to 5 days of interval of the same illness (Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis), what is more of an extremely rare illness. They were specialized in the observation and the research of the comets."


Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis

[link to www.ninds.nih.gov]
 Quoting: El Samyaza


sorry to post off topic but in your strap line you post 'combat tours' but surely there wasn't combat in the Korea, Haiti or KFOR ?
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Re: Suspicious deaths of two astonomers involved in L-N-N
Where does it say they were involved in lnn? Links for this?
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Re: Suspicious deaths of two astonomers involved in L-N-N
Not this fucking old shit again.

One was 73 and the other 84 or something.

Old age may have been a factor.
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yes but they both died 5 days apart of the same rare disease
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Where does it say they were involved in lnn? Links for this?
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link wont post
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damned
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damned
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[link to www.cnn.com]
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damned
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[link to www.cnn.com]
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I can post links to anything but this, its weird, that little pictures above post instead of the link
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Old age is a factor because they are more likely to blow the whistle if they will die soon anyway
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damned
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[link to wikistrike.over-blog.com]
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damned
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[link to wikistrike.over-blog.com]
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Weird, the link in another language will post...lol
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Old age is a factor because they are more likely to blow the whistle if they will die soon anyway
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Exactly!
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wait we can't start a thread about elenin here?
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Old age is a factor because they are more likely to blow the whistle if they will die soon anyway
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Exactly!
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Or they were just old and died.

I think you're reading far too much into this.
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Re: Suspicious deaths of two astonomers involved in L-N-N
Where does it say they were involved in lnn? Links for this?
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link wont post
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website?
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Old age is a factor because they are more likely to blow the whistle if they will die soon anyway
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Exactly!
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Or they were just old and died.

I think you're reading far too much into this.
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Some people can read between the lines, some can't.

Some can't even read!
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Re: Suspicious deaths of two astonomers involved in L-N-N
I believe he's referring to their own private "combat" from those cycles of conciousness

"Suspicious deaths"
of two astonomers involved in L-N-N

Brian Geoffrey Marsden

Allan Rex Sandage


"The two astronomers died to 5 days of interval of the same illness (Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis), what is more of an extremely rare illness. They were specialized in the observation and the research of the comets."


Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis

[link to www.ninds.nih.gov]
 Quoting: El Samyaza


sorry to post off topic but in your strap line you post 'combat tours' but surely there wasn't combat in the Korea, Haiti or KFOR ?
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Re: Suspicious deaths of two astonomers involved in L-N-N
If they were colleagues working face to face, one might suppose one acquired the disease and the other caught it from him.

If they weren't working in physical proximity--then odd, very odd.
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Old age is a factor because they are more likely to blow the whistle if they will die soon anyway
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Exactly!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1013128


Or they were just old and died.

I think you're reading far too much into this.
 Quoting: BadMoonRising


Some people can read between the lines, some can't.

Some can't even read!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1246639


So very true..
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SMELL THE SHILL .
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Re: Suspicious deaths of two astonomers involved in L-N-N
The mysterious deaths of several NASA astronomers?
Sounds like a usual goverment cover up of DOOM.







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. . . Thereis no such thing as an "Elenin", itis the Brown Dwarf, and if the Dwarf doesnot get us its moons (whatever) will . . .

It isnot a hot planet and you cannot see it hardly at all.

Sooooooo thereare one hell of a lot of shills all around this subject . . . they make me sick fuckoff2
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Re: Suspicious deaths of two astonomers involved in L-N-N

"Suspicious deaths"
of two astonomers involved in L-N-N

Brian Geoffrey Marsden

Allan Rex Sandage


"The two astronomers died to 5 days of interval of the same illness (Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis), what is more of an extremely rare illness. They were specialized in the observation and the research of the comets."


Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis

[link to www.ninds.nih.gov]
 Quoting: El Samyaza


sorry to post off topic but in your strap line you post 'combat tours' but surely there wasn't combat in the Korea, Haiti or KFOR ?
 Quoting: aloy3313 1416946


Not sure about Haiti or KFOR but the DMZ in Koreas is considered combat tour because the Korean war isn't over..it is only a cease fire. They are occasionally a few shots exchanged back and forth...although it is never in the news..... been there done that....
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WOW DID YOU REALLY DELETE MY POST ON HOW THEY REALLY DIED.
That fucking funny as hell.


Brian G. Marsden, who for decades was the go-to guy for thousands of stargazers when a comet or an asteroid would streak through the heavens or, by his calculations, was supposed to died Thursday in Burlington, Mass. He was 73 and lived in Lexington, Mass.
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Brian G. Marsden in 1998, during his 32-year tenure as director of the Central Bureau for Astronomical Telegrams.

The cause was bone marrow disease, said his wife, Nancy.

[link to www.nytimes.com]

Allan R. Sandage who was one of the most influential astronomers of all times, died on Saturday when he was 84 years old. The Carnegie Observatory made the announcement, stating that the astronomer died because of the illness he was suffering from, pancreatic cancer.

[link to www.metrolic.com]


Show us one link saying they died some other way.
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Not this fucking old shit again.

One was 73 and the other 84 or something.

Old age may have been a factor.
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not to GLPrs

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Re: Suspicious deaths of two astonomers involved in L-N-N
Not this fucking old shit again.

One was 73 and the other 84 or something.

Old age may have been a factor.
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1. Two astronomers in the same specialty. Question is, were they both working on the same phenomenon?
2. Both are elderly.
3. Both die of the same rather rare disease.
4. They die within 5 days of each other.

Boy, I would love to know what odds Vegas would set on this one.
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Re: Suspicious deaths of two astonomers involved in L-N-N

"Suspicious deaths"
of two astonomers involved in L-N-N

Brian Geoffrey Marsden

Allan Rex Sandage


"The two astronomers died to 5 days of interval of the same illness (Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis), what is more of an extremely rare illness. They were specialized in the observation and the research of the comets."


Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis

[link to www.ninds.nih.gov]
 Quoting: El Samyaza


Why is there no link to a story about this?
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WOW DID YOU REALLY DELETE MY POST ON HOW THEY REALLY DIED.
That fucking funny as hell.


Brian G. Marsden, who for decades was the go-to guy for thousands of stargazers when a comet or an asteroid would streak through the heavens or, by his calculations, was supposed to died Thursday in Burlington, Mass. He was 73 and lived in Lexington, Mass.
Enlarge This Image
Evan Richman for The New York Times

Brian G. Marsden in 1998, during his 32-year tenure as director of the Central Bureau for Astronomical Telegrams.

The cause was bone marrow disease, said his wife, Nancy.

[link to www.nytimes.com]

Allan R. Sandage who was one of the most influential astronomers of all times, died on Saturday when he was 84 years old. The Carnegie Observatory made the announcement, stating that the astronomer died because of the illness he was suffering from, pancreatic cancer.

[link to www.metrolic.com]


Show us one link saying they died some other way.
 Quoting: Tmad1


Ah, there it is.

Thanks for debunking this!