Saturday, July 17, 2010

The Problem With Scientists...Or Should I Say, The Problem IF You Are a Scientist

The problem that I speak of is that a fairly long list of the leading scientists in our country (and others) are dropping dead of unnatural causes. I'm not sure how this ranks statistically speaking, but by their nature, and I know quite a few scientists, they are not your garden variety risk takers. I'm also not sure why more people aren't freaking out about this and the reporting has been left to the "conspiracy theorists", but it seems like more than random chance that many of the most knowledgeable scientists in the world are being, as one writer put it, "Vince Fostered". I tend to keep conspiracy theorists at arms length, but these seemingly random coincidences appear to be happening too often to be simply coincidences. Here's some articles to bring you up to speed:


  1. They knew too much, were not emo-leftist enough and wouldn't get on board with Establishment poli-TRICKS.
    Sucks to be them!

  2. I am also equally wary of conspiracy theories.

    After reading some of these articles, I take it you are suggesting that a coordinated effort to destroy our ability to respond to a chemical or biological attack is being compromised by terrorist or other states?

    While certainly possible, I would be hard pressed to believe that a weapon could be utilized in such a manner as to put all of America at risk of attack without us knowing it.

    However, entertaining the notion that it is possible, how do we prepare for such circumstances?

  3. This is looney land. Bible code, reverse speech, ufo's alien abductions, and bigfoot. Talk for late night radio. I choose to live in the real world. It's scary enough.

  4. I'm not sure what I am suggesting. It just looks odd to me when so many people who work in the same business start dying of unnatural causes. If 200 high caliber athletes died under mostly mysterious circumstances in a relatively short period of time, I would worry about that as well.
    Something's going on, I just don't know what.