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Originally posted by Razimus
Good post, seems more plausible than the garbage being spewed out by the history channel, I'm no conspiracy theorist but the history channel seems to promote UFO explanations in clumps, for example, one month they will be pushing that UFOs are all NAZI, and they are hidden in South America, another month they will be claiming UFOs are stealth blimps, another month they will be pushing one sighting and trying to connect the NAZI bell with it, it's either coincidence in reruns, or they have an agenda, either way they sell a lot of ad space to gullible viewers, that is if they believe any of their concocted rubbish.
Originally posted by dowot
Sy...in one of the photos, on Google, of the above ground concrete structure, there looks like there is a duplicate structure, some distance behind, have you noticed this? Any idea of its significance.
i86.servimg.com... no idea if this works.
so www.f1technical.net... the site with the picture.
Some years ago, this structure was featured on a UK TV programme, sorry no idea of name or even date.
I am sure they found some trunking at ground level, and maybe some signs of cabling. There is a power plant nearbye I think.
Also if you look at the top of this "Stonehenge" type structure there looks like some starter threads for something to go on top? Any views?
Sorry if this is going away from your bell thread. But all in all it is a very intriguing subject and the lack of study makes it more conspiratorial.
Originally posted by 8311-XHT
I just discovered the key to the Nazi bell...
When Thomas Townsend Brown discovered electrogravitics he determined the key is capacitors... this was how he first noticed the antigravity effect - in the capacitor effect of coolidge x-ray tubes.
Rolfs believed this effect could be explained in simple terms by assuming that the free electrons in a metal act like the electrons in a plasma, as described in a model by Dutch physicist Peter Debye. The lower the temperature of the metal, the closer the free electrons get to the radioactive nuclei. These electrons accelerate positively charged particles towards the nuclei, thereby increasing the probability of fusion reactions.
But Rolfs realized that the reverse reaction might also occur and that free electrons could enhance the ejection of positively charged particles from a nucleus. This would reduce the half-lives of α-decay or β+-decay, and increase half-lives for processes involving electrons (which are repelled by the free electrons within the metal), i.e. β–-decay and electron capture.