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The Argentinian authorities are wondering about the massive purchase of land in Patagonia by a British billionaire, and the « holidays » that tens of thousands of Israëli soldiers are enjoying on his property.
A BRITISH rocket scientist has been found dead after plunging 100ft after suffering a "strong blow to the head" while hiking to a glacier in Argentina.
The body of Sheffield University graduate David Minn, 24, from London, was found yesterday near a rocky path close to the Ojo de Albino glacier in Tierra del Fuego.
A police source said: “He was found face down after impacting against a sharp rock.”
TOURIST TRAGEDY Brit rocket scientist, 24, killed after ‘falling 100ft to his death’ from Argentine beauty spot
David is understood to have been on a seven-month tour of South America.
Last year he completed a degree in Aerospace, Aeronautical and Asotronautical Engineering at the University of Sheffield.
He had done summer work while studying at Camp Tevya in New Hampshire in the United States, an overnight Jewish camp for children.
He has also worked as an aerospace engineering intern for Didcot, Oxfordshire-based technology company Satellite Applications Catapault.
This story is so strange that I have to do my usual high octane speculations about it. Ms. K.B. and Mr. V.T. and Mr. F.L.M. all shared this story, and with all the strangeness going on in the southern hemisphere, from missing Argentine submarines to Israelis buying up land in Patagonia and Terra del Fuego, I have to wonder just what is going on. Here's the two versions of the story, though we'll be concentrating on The Guardian's version for reasons that will become apparent:
originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan
Did that sub have the ability to launch missiles? Because I'm wondering if there might be a connection to a certain missile alert that happened in Hawaii.