posted on Aug, 17 2005 @ 01:51 PM
Sure, there are schematics of flying Nazi discs, but no prototypes, and when you lose the war, it's amazing none were found. Still, the Luftwaffe
experimented with all kinds of airframes, and made many advances. Many more than anyone else at the time, they simply couldn't get them into
production fast enough. If they had, we'd all be speaking German right now.
As mentioned, flying discs predate this of course, even modern accounts. There are UFO disc photos predating the war. Not to mention, if Germany had
successfully engineered an antigrav disc, we'd have lost big time. We also don't see them in use today, so if you contend that a functioning disc
design in 1947 wouldn't be in a more useful production model today, then I'd have to seriously disagree with you.
The better questions to ask are "Why the saucer shape when other shapes worked? Why did we try so hard? What were we trying to imitate?"