• Iranian nuclear scientist vanished - Was he aborted or did he flee?
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[quote=BBC]Mystery surrounds the fate of a missing Iranian scientist who is reported to have been involved in Tehran's controversial nuclear programme. Shahram Amiri disappeared in June in Saudi Arabia while on a pilgrimage. Iran on Wednesday accused the US of involvement in his disappearance, but did not confirm media reports that Mr Amiri was indeed a nuclear scientist. In response, a US state department spokesman said Washington had no information about the case. "We have found documents that prove US interference in the disappearance of the Iranian pilgrim Shahram Amiri in Saudi Arabia," Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki was quoted as saying by Iran's Fars news agency. "We hold Saudi Arabia responsible for Shahram Amiri's situation and consider the US to be involved in his arrest," the minister added. In Washington, state department spokesman Ian Kelly said only that "the case is not familiar to us". There have been no public comments from Saudi Arabia. Mr Amiri worked as a researcher at Tehran's Malek Ashtar University, according to Iran's state-run Press TV channel. However, some reports in Iran's media say he was also an employee of Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation and wanted to seek asylum abroad. The US and its Western allies suspect Iran of secretly developing nuclear weapons - a claim denied by Tehran.[/quote] [url]http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/8296923.stm[/url] Maybe Iran is right for once and America is behind this? Maybe I'm :tinfoil:, but it would make sense that America aborted a nuclear scientist to prevent him from helping Iran. They probably sent Sam Fisher in and now the scientist is being held in one of the many secret prisons around the world.:tinfoil: Probably being tortured for information, too.:tinfoil:
You have too much tinfoil in your post.
Holy shit, that's was one superintelligent fetus. Being a nuclear scientist and all. R.I.P Get it? Aborted?
[QUOTE=Jessey;17754167]You have too much tinfoil in your post.[/QUOTE] :tinfoil:See the truth:tinfoil:
[QUOTE=Reborn9;17754171]Holy shit, that's one superintelligent fetus. Get it? Aborted?[/QUOTE] The word "abort" doesn't just apply to pregnancy's you know..
[QUOTE=Wilsonwiz;17754211]The word "abort" doesn't just apply to pregnancy's you know..[/QUOTE] I know, that's the point of the joke. Oh well, i guess it sucks.
Tom Clancy. :ninja:
I'm not exactly hugely pro-American, but this kinda seems fair considering what Iran does to people.
They probably got rid of him themselves, just so that they could blame the US for it
[QUOTE=Glitch360;17757749]They probably got rid of him themselves, just so that they could blame the US for it[/QUOTE] My conspiracy theory makes a lot more sense.
His tinfoil theory.
[QUOTE=Poltergeist Three;17754161][url]http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/8296923.stm[/url] Maybe Iran is right for once and America is behind this? Maybe I'm :tinfoil:, but it would make sense that America aborted a nuclear scientist to prevent him from helping Iran. They probably sent Sam Fisher in and now the scientist is being held in one of the many secret prisons around the world.:tinfoil: Probably being tortured for information, too.:tinfoil:[/QUOTE] I'm pretty sure its Israel. They used to do that with Egypt [I]alot.[/I]
Did he get his intrinsic field removed? [img]http://www.perhapanauts.com/blog/uploaded_images/watchmen-dr-manhattan-disintegration-767203.jpg[/img]
[QUOTE=Figgis Fiddis;17760473]Did he get his intrinsic field removed? [img]http://www.perhapanauts.com/blog/uploaded_images/watchmen-dr-manhattan-disintegration-767203.jpg[/img][/QUOTE][img]http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y108/Sakei99/Veidtsscientists.jpg[/img]
From what I've heard, we would be able to tell if Iran was working on bomb-quality uranium. It has to do with the setup of centrifuges at a uranium enrichment facility.
Maybe he died. [editline]03:08PM[/editline] Yeah, I think he's dead.
Sum of all fears came to mind.
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