FOTW March 10, 2018
On the Line: Ben, Adrian, Xaviar, Trevor, Tony, Todd
Saturn – Volcano – Spy Poisoned?
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You were trying to recall this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poisoning_of_Alexander_Litvinenko Ben. The reasoning for transparency may have been as simple as the public nature of the discovery & the resulting treatment requiring notification of the incident to those potentially exposed. Naturally, I would go to the facts you mentioned as the most likely components & game out this possible scenario: He received a sample from a source at the lab & was transporting it. A leak resulted in contamination & caught up with him. In an attempt to seem casual, he had his daughter with him & she was innocently involved.
What I find interesting is that the number 21 is popping-up again, just like the 21 trillion meme that the MSM keeps bringing-up in as many different contexts as they can.
Remember in 2017 conference when I was pacing around? Left conference and was sick, almost died.
We have to assume it’s not an accident your family got sick Ben. You got to setup a protection, have the conference in a more humid environment so the bug does not target our bodies before other organisms.
It’s a spirograph 🙂
No he’s talking about spin art.
The magnetic poles move like a Spirograph…:)
Maybe the storm is where Venus cane out?…;)
Storms there, storms here; storms on the horizon. Conference bugged? Maybe planes, maybe the building, maybe normal, maybe not. Thank you for the upload.
Great discussion. I would agree with Ben’s analysis on the poisoned spy issue.
Here’s an interesting read that goes along with several comments on past FOTW episodes and confirms that the late 90s WAS a bad time to get into astrophysics. “The Elegant Universe” by Brian Greene. It covers the connection between mathematical theory and observational science at a level that’s very easy to understand. M-string theory working for sub atomic and galactic sized objects and interactions