posted on Oct, 18 2003 @ 12:34 AM
Not only that, but last I heard, it's impossible to thaw someone who's been frozen (especially someone frozen with the tech-level of the 1940's) &
be expecting to revive them back to life.
For one thing, as the moisture content of the body freezes, it'll expand & crystalize, shredding the tissues at the cellular level.
In modern cyrogenics procedures, the technicians replace all of the blood (& as much of the defuse body moisture as possible) with a type of "organic
anti-freeze solution" to reduce crystalization of the moisture left in the body...I doubt very seriously that Hitler had access to that level of
technology to feasibly have himself frozen.
However, it's a matter of public record that the Bush family had "business deals" with Hitler & that the US (& Soviets) got quite a few
higher-level Nazis after the war...Who knows what "advice" that they had that is currently being used against the people of the world?!!
Hitler's Legacy doesn't mean that Hitler himself will return...
[Edited on 18-10-2003 by MidnightDStroyer]