Everyone loves a good conspiracy theory, usually concluding any late-night, drunken discussions of it with, “Not that I believe it, but it could be true.” Redditor u/Imurnightmare wanted to discuss those conspiracy theories that actually have enough shreds of truth within them to be accurate, so they brought it to the population of the social media site.
Let’s get into some bonkers stuff.
u/Dumbfoundead69 On August 5, 1952, a car came to pick up Sameera Moussa in Berkely, California. The driver opened the door for the world-renowned scientist, who was the first-ever female Egyptian nuclear scientist. The thirty-five-year-old was the first woman to earn a doctorate in atomic radiation and the first woman to hold a teaching post at Cairo University thanks to her groundbreaking Ph.D. in atomic radiation in the 1940s.
Moussa sat in the backseat as they left the city and headed along the California coast. She had completed her research and was preparing to return to Egypt, but she had received an invitation for a dinner. Driving along the curved cliffs of the Pacific Coast, the car suddenly swerved and plummeted 40 feet over the edge, killing her immediately. The driver jumped from the car just before the fall and later disappeared, and the invitation she received to California turned out to be fake. The death of the brilliant young physicist is shrouded in mystery. While no one knows for sure what happened, some suspect that was targeted by Mossad, Israel’s intelligence agency, to prevent Egypt from acquiring knowledge of nuclear technology - though it has never claimed responsibility.
u/pinkisredding Sushant Singh Rajput, Indian actor who died at the age of 34 at his Bandra residence on 14 June was killed in a planned act involving underworld/ Bhatt family/ Khans/ gf Rhea instead of suicide. He died 5 days after his ex manager Disha died at her residence, while only three fingerprints were found in his room. His body’s image does not match up with what someone dying of suicide would look like, the Mumbai police is continuing investigation
However I’ve been extremely shocked and saddened like so many other Indians by the mysterious death of SSR. We are being fed a narrative and we’re fed up. He lost his mother at 16 and now possibly his father is too scared to voice for a CBI inquiry. His family released a statement today, saying they will convert his hometown house to a museum with all his amazingly inspiring items like telescope, thousands of books, pictures on display for his fans and well wishers. He dreamt of sending 100 students to NASA because once we wanted to be an astronaut but didn’t have the money to do it himself - he already sent few students there, such an inspiration
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