posted on Feb, 7 2010 @ 04:43 PM
reply to post by MrWizard
It's just that in my reading of the history all german nuclear scientists are accounted for (meaning we know today what they did and where) so it is
hard for me to see how what you claim can be possible.
After the Exodus in the wake of the Beamtengesetz in the mid-1930's the list of german nuclear scientists was very limited which makes it relatively
easy to account for all of their activities. I just don't see where such a project could have been possible since the resources, manpower and
especially time were very scarce for them.
And well, we know that the KGB had a spleen for promoting hoaxes that would further the perception of an almighty Nazi Germany ( think of the
documented cases of KGB Nazi-Ufo hoaxes or how Stalin commaned them to promote the idea that Hitler survived) so there is one very plausible
explanation. The KGB was very active in the field of disinfo, a very interesting topic, they were also a source and subsidizer for the "cia killed
While studying the Bell/Nazi Ufo story the one thing that always bothered me about the material was that most of it was based on "knowledge obtained
by Soviet Intelligence"...
One the one hand, there is the tale of Nazi Super Science that is necessarily undocumented (while all the rest, literally everything else done by the
nazis is now open to the public) and always relies on KGB-derived sources, on the other hand WE KNOW for A FACT that the KGB promoted hoaxes that
served their agenda and we know through documented evidence that part of that agenda was furthering the Super-Nazi lore. So I'm always extremely
skeptical of these claims.