Steve Quayle has been reporting on the fact that well-known scientists in their fields that might possibly be able to save the planet keep dying under mysterious circumstances.
The last blog was from 2009 – https://whitewraithe.wordpress.com/2009/08/20/recent-list-of-dead-scientists/
Quayle has been reporting on this strange phenomenon for over a decade. And I have to admit it’s quite strange and obviously not a coincidence.
Mark Ferri, 59, Nuclear engineer
A renowned American engineer was found dead in his hotel room in Salford after his heart suddenly stopped working. Mark Ferri, 59, from Tennessee, had completed two degrees in engineering as well as an MBA before becoming a nuclear engineer.
At an inquest into Mr Ferri’s death at Bolton Crown Court, it was heard that the dad-of-one was visiting Manchester on business on September 18 – the day of his death.
It was said Mr Ferri had been under stress from his job. His wife, Michaela, told the inquest: “He said a number of times, this job is killing me.” Mr Ferri was originally due to return to the US a week earlier to see his family but was asked to remain in the UK for an extra week.
On September 5, Mrs Ferri spoke to her husband and said that ‘he didn’t sound right’. She said: “He said it was just his work and they were giving him additional assignments and he was feeling overwhelmed and he didn’t think he would be able to complete them”.
Nuclear expert found dead in Salford hotel room was ‘under stress’
She described her husband as ‘very distressed’.
On the morning of September 18, colleague Anne White knocked on Mr Ferri’s hotel door after he had not met her as planned.
When a staff member at the Marriott Worsley Park Hotel gained entry to the room, she found Mr Ferri in bed and believed him to be dead.
Aija Punkah, said that he looked ‘peaceful’ and there was no sign of disturbance.
Paramedics arrived at the scene at 8.50am and confirmed Mr Ferri’s death.
He was last seen at 1.10am on September 18 when he enjoyed drinks with colleagues. Coroner Alan Walsh concluded that Mr Ferri had died of natural causes. He said: “It appeared from the manner in which he was found that he died very peacefully when he was asleep.”
He recorded the cause of death as acute cardiac dysrhythmia. The condition causes the heart to suddenly beat irregularly.
Mr Walsh said: “He was well educated, intelligent, successful and extremely hard working in his role as an engineer.”