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Originally posted by bkcrt
This topic has been discussed thoroughly before on another thread. Wish I had the link. Want a great book on the topic? It's called "The Search for Zero Point" by Nick Cook. Mr. Cook works for Jane's magazine and in the book he chronicles the history of zero gravity attempts and ideas over the last 85 years or so.
Amazing read. The Nazi's really had some crazy stuff buried in the hills of Germany. Makes you wonder how far we've gone with their Scientists and technology that we confiscated after the war...
Originally posted by The Coward
I'll tell you why? Because it is Bull! Nazis having UFO and Antigravity tech sounds more ridiculous than if UFOs were alien.
Originally posted by chromatico
Originally posted by chromatico
UFOs can do some spectacular things indicating the capacity for unbelieveably high top speeds and accelerations. All you'd have to do is pressurize one of these puppies and and you'd be good for at least the outer solar system.
Originally posted by dave420
And saying they had an allegience with the Greys or Reptilians is just fantasy, as there's no evidence for either to even exist, let alone enough evidence for us to start to guess relationships.
Originally posted by lyingunderoath
Any ideas on the beginnings of the interest the Germans showed?
Originally posted by angelc01
reply to post by Scramjet76
Actually the Germans lost the war not because having or not having technology,
--they lost it because they lacked morality and human compasion which clearly outwieghs any technological advancement that any culture aquires.
Just look at history!!
And as Mike stated in the begining of this post suggesting that Germany might have had Flyings saucers does not rule out the extraterrestrial theory.
All this is strictly speculative pondering with an open mind.
Originally posted by Scramjet76
reply to post by The Coward
This whole Nazi story is trying to put logic to the illogical. People would rather believe that 1940 Nazis built these UFOs and were flying in them all along, rather then accepting the possibility of these being of extraterrestrial in origin.
Exactly. Thumbs up. Star.
Just think about it logically. If the Nazis would have had such technology they would have won the war.
However, for the sake of argument let's say Nazi scientists were "close" or "on the right track." What makes those scientists any better than the scientists of today? Our understanding of gravity, electromagnetism, sub-atomic world, and anything else you can think of is more advanced today than it was in the 1940s. Even if the USA and Russia "whisked away" Nazi scientists for their own goals, don't you think that 60 some years later other scientists (not held in a secret US or Russian facility) would have invented the same thing?
Originally posted by kelbtalfenek
reply to post by mikesingh
It would be easy to think that if it weren't for the large amount of drawings, etchings and stories prior to the 20th century.