Did the Nazis invent anti-gravity machine???

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Did the Nazis invent anti-gravity machine???

Post by Keith Loughmiller » 20 Oct 2002 00:26

Read down thru it to get to the Nazi part.
http://slate.msn.com/?id=2072733
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Post by Christian Ankerstjerne » 20 Oct 2002 00:38

Actually, it is possible today to make a magnetic field that enables the possibility to make a perfect sphere - which isn't otherwise possible...

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Post by Kim » 20 Oct 2002 00:44

Maybe that's why the Nazis had/have the base at the South Pole.It would make the cooling process needed for anti-gravity easier.(JOKING!)Kim

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Post by HaEn » 20 Oct 2002 15:09

Kim wrote:Maybe that's why the Nazis had/have the base at the South Pole.It would make the cooling process needed for anti-gravity easier.(JOKING!)Kim


Nah, they used that base to enter the "inner earth" , where they started a colony to preserve the Reich in case in would :wink: lose the war up north. The earth as you all should know is hollow with a small sun inside, a sub tropical climate and some weird animals still living there. the inhabitants ( quite advanced) come to the surface now and then to survey their counterparts on the outer crust; hence the flying saucers.
Just read the book "the Hollow Earth" and you will understand it all. :wink: :wink: :wink: Prof. knowitall HN.

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Post by Bill Medland » 20 Oct 2002 15:44

Yes, HN is right about those flying saucers, look at these pics!!
Pics of the FW500.
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Post by Dan » 20 Oct 2002 15:49

One uses the Balken cross and the other uses the Haken cross. I guess they didn't want there to be any doubt as to their identity!

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Post by Kim » 20 Oct 2002 21:36

You are of course correct about "Inner Earth",HaEn, It's called Pellucidar by some folk,and even good ol' Tarzan went there in an airship through the Polar opening,thanks to Edgar Rice Burroughs in "Tarzan at the Earth's Core" 1929. I remember reading that specific novel under the covers late at night with the proverbial flashlight. :D Kim

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FW-1000

Post by Keith Loughmiller » 21 Oct 2002 00:04

If they had the FW-500 back then...wonder what the new model looks like?? :roll: :aliengray

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Just An Observation, Fellows

Post by White Leopard » 21 Oct 2002 00:43

But wouldn't the pilot get airsick in the FW 500?

It would appear from the way that the jets are firing in the picture that these craft would be spinning around like pinwheels in the atmosphere. Surely the pilot, or pilots, would be completely dizzy and probably reaching for the airsick bag. How would they be able to shoot down the bombers?.....

Oh, I see....They would just spin around and slice them in half with those fins sticking out around the circumferance. Like an aerial buzzsaw. :wink:

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Post by Keith Loughmiller » 21 Oct 2002 00:54

I think the threory behind this craft, is that the outer ring rotates, and the center remains stationary.

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Post by HaEn » 21 Oct 2002 02:52

Keith Loughmiller wrote:I think the threory behind this craft, is that the outer ring rotates, and the center remains stationary.


That was indeed the idea. So the pilot actually was stationary, other than in tumble, spin, twist, dive, and other maneuvres. HN.

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Re: Did the Nazis invent anti-gravity machine???

Post by Phaethon » 21 Oct 2002 08:18

http://slate.msn.com/?id=2072733 wrote:...[Nick Cook] claims that the Nazis built an antigravity device during World War II.

Well, the first thing that jumps out here is that they may well have built such a device, but did it work? Then there is the question of what constitutes an anti-gravity device - a jet engine and an aerofoil is an anti-grvity device. The understanding of gravity waas even murkier then than it is today - and things are not that clear now. It's quite inconceivable that anything opposing gravity directly could have been developed then.

Boeing are rumoured to be working on a device which might reduce an objects weight in an 'anti-gravity' effect. The effect was first described by a Finnish scientist, but has yet to be reproduced by anyone.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/sci/tech/2157975.stm

There are a stack of articles on the BBC, just type "anti-gravity" into the search box.

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Gravitons

Post by gabriel pagliarani » 22 Oct 2002 21:59

Exactly, Sir Ken!
Gravity is actually the most elusive force of the universe. The integration of gravity in a Joint Fundamental Equation of all the 4 main-forces is up to be discovered: the "graviton" particle is too elusive to be discovered easily. The most explosive event of the universe (a super-nova or a quasar) probably must produce a lot of gravitons but all the best scientists in all the world failed in capturing it. I had a little part in the "VIRGO" project in Italy (a giant laser beam waiting for a graviton from a Super-Nova) Now SUPER-VIRGO is close to the discovery and this will be the 1st step...if there is a graviton there will be an "anti-graviton" (...or "leviton"). Gravitons and levitons are the strangest particles of the universe: a half "Bose particles" and a half "Fermi particles", they are made of time and space relationships. Recently Pioneer probes launched toward other stars seem to be "drag" by a weak force opponing gravity...could an anti-gravity force spread in all the universe drag the Pioneer deep-space probes?

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Post by Christian Ankerstjerne » 22 Oct 2002 22:25

Well, photons are hard to catch too, but there is still light (you're looking at it right now)... ;)

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Exactly, sir Christian.

Post by gabriel pagliarani » 23 Oct 2002 11:30

Exactly, sir Christian.
The problem is not in founding evidences of a phoenomenon, but in looking for how it works! Ancient greeks (Archimedes) stated the main rules of light, but only during '30s Fermi and Dirac finally demonstrated that light is not a wave in a media but a light-beam produced by a "black-body" is made of particles moving and waving at the maximum speed allowable in our continuum. "Photons" are the first particles to be discovered of the class called "Fermions": photons have kinetik energy but no "rest" mass and only relativistic-produced mass. A photon is alive till it move: no speed no photon! Other Fermions are neutrins and anti-neutrins, both largely produced during nuclear reactions. These other Fermions have no rest mass and no relativistic mass: like phantoms they fill all the space crossing thru your body and the whole earth...next step is in founding gravitons and levitons. As usual the realty is longer surprising than fantasy (FW500 is pure fantasy but anti-gravity really exists)

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