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During World War II both the Nazis and the Americans experimented with time travel. The Philadelphia Experiment - originally an invisibility project - involved travel through both time and space. Supposedly a naval battle ship mved through time and space from 1943 - to 1983 - then back to 1943 - their 'point of origin' - yet in a fluid reality that 'point of orgin' must be compensated for as it changes. The results of the experiment were horrific.
Originally posted by zero_snaz
Nazi-Germany became scientificaly advance by putting money and man-power into R&D, not by building a time machine.
Originally posted by AD5673
Originally posted by 11thdimension
Originally posted by AD5673
The "Bell Project" is pretty cool, but why thuogh did the scientists die from it???
I believe it was a combination of the bell being filled with liquid mercury(which became gaseous when the rotating discs got up to a certain velocity)and the torsion field created emitting radiation.
Cool. Serves them right.
Originally posted by theshadowknows
All I hear is the nazis made this, the nazis discovered that, they discovered anit-gravity, they made a time machine...give me a f**king break. No , I dont believe that they made any important discoveries, but I do think people are giving those heartless ba**ards too much credit for stuff they never did.
Originally posted by Dewm0nster
The Nazi's didn't build a time machine.
They couldn't even win a war.
Originally posted by dave420
reply to post by dAlen
Well, if we take into account all the evidence, and the obvious possibilities that a Nazi time machine would create, then it's quite obvious they didn't invent one.
Originally posted by Omega85
... Even IF the possibilities of this invention actually being created are very low, I know i have become that tiny bit more knowledgeable due to the interest it spiked in me and the research i have done because of that interest.
Ya know what i mean ?
Originally posted by Carrion
Originally posted by Xenographer
I wouldn't doubt at all that they tried to make one; in fact, given Hitler's obsession with the occult, I'd be shocked if they didn't.
However, I seriously doubt they met with any success. If they had, they could've simply watched the results of lost battles, gone back in time, and called in appropriate reinforcements to positions that needed them.
A time machine would more or less spell the end of every regime that didn't have one... scary thought.
Well, wouldn't in theory if they went back in time it would throw us into a parallel universe which would have a different result? Like say they lost a battle, used the time machine, went back in time, and won the war, wouldn�t that put them in a parallel universe that would have won the war leaving us in this one which they did not?
[Edited on 27-2-2004 by Carrion]