The official word on that one is "it detects cosmic radiation"... lol likely story.
Personally? I think it's a nuclear detonation detector with directional homing and "field buck" (pre-emptive) neutrino tracking. I also believe it can detect particles associated with precognition, if they exist. If that wasn't true, Israel wouldn't waste a dime building one in the Mediterranean, which incidentally, I think they are.
I am super interested in Nazi Space program too though, thank you for posting about it btw, and did a special short article couple months ago called:
To Commemorate Roswell: Taking a Closer Look at the Nazi Bell “Third Reich Projekt die Glocke”/Projekt Thor Spacecraft Engine Prototype and the “Planetary Model of Gravity Affectation”
Posted on July 9, 2012
Very badly written article, but I am not very well educated (yet). I am just happy people ask questions.
Are you a Mike Mignola fan? He found the Schloss Fürstenstein/Książ story about BlackSun and Riese, and it became his immensely famous 4 part Nazi Hunting story, "CONQUEROR WORM".
Mike actually signed #4 for me at Emerald City Comicon once... lol! But the history behind his stories is where the real magic lies. He wants people to read about them too -- it's like Stanley Kubrick but without the flash.
Back to Antarctica. I didn't get to attend Operation Deep Freeze, damn. But that's the mission that flies those scientists down there to do that stuff like IceCube Neutrino Observatory.
From Antarctica, by the way, it is very easy to count satellites. The number of satellites reported to exist up there does NOT match the number that actually do exist.
Project Misty is worth looking at for sure. PGS. DeepThought. I wonder if any of those are tied to IceCube.
And also, Icecube could be the detector that arms HAARP for defensive action.
Very interesting, right? And cool!
Pretty obsolete already though because we are in the age of DEW, "Directed Energy Weapons".
It would be wise to read up on retarded braided waves, twisted light, DARPA helical beam applications, and the Helicon Effect.
There is a reason for everything, even names.
A Helicon can pass through any known magnetic shield or cage as far as I know.
Amazing what physics is coming to!!!
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