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Yep - RIP :(

Updated December 9, 2012 at 1:33 PM





We should have a single, ongoing, number plate spotted thread.

NO :(

The legendary Mr Moore - can't be many people who are so solely associated with an area of science as he was.



It feels like that. Like a donkey. On a skateboard.

This popped up on my phone, very sad to hear about his passing



Yes indeed RIP to him.

RIP Gamesmaster :(.


I often drive for a road travel

RIP. I remember watching 'The Sky at Night' when I was younger. That got me really interested in astronomy. He had so much passion when explaining things that you couldn't help but be interested. :(

Updated December 9, 2012 at 1:37 PM


Nuts on the road




RIP, but again I reckon 89 is a pretty good innings.

R.I.P, Sir Patrick. I'm lost for words really. I've watched watched The Sky at Night from when I was young, to this day.

Very sad to lose Neil Armstrong and Patrick Moore in the same year. At least they lived full lives 8)

yep RIP quite an inspiration.


One more star in the sky tonight.


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Can't believe he's gone, such a sad day :(

For all the pop stars, movie stars and so on Sir Patrick did more than just a public service, he benefitted the entire human race. I remember going to one of his lectures on the future of space exploration and he was incredibly inspirational. Even when answering questions he could go into such detail it was incredible.

If only the ignorant masses would realise that there is more to life than the latest iDevice and become aware of Reid surroundings and science.


a true legend

made complex astrophysics seam like childs play

one of the few people i looked up to :(

very very sad news



Existence is pain ...



Sky at night was late night stoner amazing.

And Gamesmaster...



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:( Was shocked to read about this earlier.

Have only just heard this:( Thank you for the education Sir Moore.

Apparantley there is going to be a meteor shower in a few nights time. Cannot think of a better tribute the galaxy can offer the man.


McSwede said...

Never realised Gilles was a Southern fanny though. He seemed like such a decent chap. I shall eye him with suspicion from this day forth ;)

Ashamed to say I've never heard of him.


How about not having a sig at all?



Because V8

Big loss, no real successor either?


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