posted on Oct, 2 2012 @ 04:38 PM
I do not believe it. The original reason for the end of the mission is bad weather. This is a valid argument in my eyes. I could however unfortunately
not find any accurate readings of the weather from back then.
However, the summer of Antarctica last till the end of February. Winter starts at June. It can be expected that the expedition was planned to last
till the end of May. You have to remember this means by default it will take place in Summer and Autumn.
If you look at the weather in Antarctica you will see that temperature drops to -20 degrees Celsius after February these days. The fall of
rain/snow/ice increases by 10 mm in average during the Autumn months. It can be expected that the Americans were ill prepared. Back then there was no
permanent outpost in the Antarctic and knowledge was as best from older expeditions mainly from before World War II. It is feasible that the Americans
underestimated the Antarctic Autumn and retreated after the fatal plane crash costing the life of three.
But there is more. Antarctica is very far away for Germany, it has no natural resources and no per-build base present. A base build there by the Nazi
empire would have had extreme problems keeping up with its supplies. Even assuming they had contacts in South Africa or South America it would still
be a huge logistical operation, one that would easily be noticed by other nations. Ships, after all, don go that often to Antarctica, certainly not in
Another reason is the level of technology involved. We know that the V1 and V2 developed by Werner von Braun were pretty much the highest fully
developed weapons of Nazi Germany. They had others like the V3 on table but never time to build them. We also know that Werner von Braun has never
mentioned anything about a project surrounding a flying saucer in the Arctic. As leading scientist and SS officer during that time as well as being a
American scientist and citizen we can conclude that if Werner knew, he would have informed the Americans.
We can also ask what happened to the Naziś in the base. Did they starve to death? Certainly their support would have bled dry when Nazi Germany was
beaten. They might have had some of the missing gold but even then the ships would certainly be noticed. Yet they never showed up. One would expect
the Nazi personal to try and safe itself by going to the highest bidder with their knowledge. One could also expect a scenario similar to the would-be
faith of Werner von Braun; Where SS soldiers were ordered to kill von Braun and his members when Hitler was killed. They would certainly never chose
to survive and fight for Nazi Germany once it had fallen from a position that is practically under siege by the elements and has no own food supply or
other primary resource.
Since the US also didn't show anything of the knowledge during the space (and neither the the USSR) we can safely assume that they never got the
knowledge they so would have desired. So we got no base, no knowledge, no scientist and a vague description about a mission that failed most likely
due to bad planning rather then a Nazi U.F.O.
btw; Antarctica weather link: