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Originally posted by jough626
Nazis had some interest in Antarctica.
The Earth may or may not be hollow.
There may or may not be places to get under the ice in Antarctica.
No one has business with Antarctica, no country controls it, it belongs to no one.
Can we just send some people there to find out if there is anything there?
This is interesting enough for me to think there is way more to the story than we've been told.
Originally posted by Sippy Cup
reply to post by Hanslune
The air issue.
If you read the translation it tells the boat to surface in the grotto.
I'm assuming that there is a massive pocket of air.
The distance issue.
In a letter sent by one of the men on the boat in 1985 it states there is a 6 knot current.
How did the letter get out?
Maybe they were more advanced than we know.
I don't what distance is possible with a ww2 German sub.
Originally posted by GafferUK1981
reply to post by FraternitasSaturni
I'm sorry to go off thread here but I feel I must correct you.
Frank Whittle invented the jet engine for Britain and the Nazi's used his patent, however their engines were very unreliable unlike Whittles which was a very reliable powerhouse.
Granted the Germans were the first to implement the jet engine into a plane but that is down to lack of foresight by the British who ignored Frank Whittle rather than any advances the Germans had.
I can appreciate the hollow earth theory is exciting but lets not bulls**t to try justify it.edit on 12-11-2012 by GafferUK1981 because: (no reason given)