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Albert Einstein At Princeton University 1943?

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Well this is odd. Albert Einstein is meeting with officers from the United States Navy.

July 1943 : That was a rough period in time for the USA during World War II.

Many of our cargo ships were being sunk by Nazi U Boats.

There must be a solution to this very real problem.

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Perhaps new technology could lend a hand?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philadelphia_Experiment

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hmmmm this is interesting

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July 1943 : That was a rough period in time for the USA during World War II.

Many of our cargo ships were being sunk by Nazi U Boats.

No they weren't. The Battle of the North Atlantic was all but over in May of 1943. Learn some history.

http://en.wikipedia....lack_May_(1943)

May

May opened with the battle for ONS 5, a hard-fought clash which saw heavy losses on both sides; 12 ships were lost for the loss of six U-boats. But the tactical improvements of the escorts began to take effect; The next three convoys that attacked saw seven ships sink, for the loss of seven U-boats. Finally, convoy SC 130 saw five U-boats sink (Admiral Dönitz's son Peter was among those lost aboard U-954) without loss to the convoy.[2]

Shaken by this, Admiral Dönitz ordered a retreat from the Atlantic, in order to recoup; the U-boats were unable to return to the fray in significant numbers until autumn, and never regained the advantage.

Total allied losses in May were 58 ships of 299,000 long tons (304,000 t), of which 34 ships (134,000 long tons (136,000 t)) were lost in the Atlantic.

"Black May"

May 1943 saw the U-boat strength reach its peak, with 240 operational U-boats of which 118 were at sea,[3] yet the sinking of Allied ships continued to decline. May 1943 also saw the greatest losses suffered by U-boats up to that time, with 41 being destroyed in May 1943 — 25% of the operational U-boats.[4]

On 24 May 1943, Karl Dönitz — shocked at the defeat suffered by the U-boats — ordered a temporary halt to the U-boat campaign; most were withdrawn from operational service.

May had seen a drop in allied losses coupled with a disastrous rise in U-boat losses; 18 boats were lost in convoy battles in the Atlantic in the month, 14 were lost to air patrols; six of these in the Bay of Biscay. With losses in other theatres, accident, or other causes, the total loss to the U-boat arm in May was 43 boats. Cause of Loss Number lost Ship 12 Shore-based Aircraft 14 Ship-based Aircraft 2 Ship + Shore-Based Aircraft 4 Ship + Ship-Based Aircraft 1 Submarine 1 Collision 2 Other Causes 1 Missing 3 Bombing Raid 3

(Raised and Re-commissioned) Total Lost 43

This was the worst month for losses suffered by UBW in the war so far, nearly 3 times the loss in the previous worst month, and more boats than had been lost in the whole of 1941. Equally significant was the loss of experienced crews, particularly the junior officers who represented the next generation of commanders. Black May signalled a decline from which UBW never recovered; Despite various efforts over the next two years the U-boats were never able to re-establish the threat to allied shipping they had posed.

A book you should read on the subject:

http://www.amazon.co...words=black may

Black May: The Epic Story of the Allies' Defeat of the German U-Boats in May 1943

In May 1943, Allied Sea and air forces won a stunning, dramatic and vital victory oover the largest and most powerful submarine force ever sent to sea, sinking 41 German U-boats and damaging 37 others. It was the 45th month of World War II, and by the end of May the Germans were forced to acknowledge defeat and recall almost all of their remaining U-boats from the major traffic lanes of the North Atlantic. At U-Boat Headquarters in Berlin, despondent naval officers spoke of "Black May". It was a defeat from which the German U-boat fleet never recovered.

"Black May" is a triumph of scholarship and narrative, an important work of history and a great sea story. Acclaimed historian Michael Gannon, author of "Operation Dreambeat", has done enormous research and produced the most thorougly documented study ever done of these battles. In his compelling historical saga, the people are as significant as the technical information.

Given the strategic importance of the events of May 1943, it is natural to ask, "How did Black May happen and why? Who or what was responsible? Were new Allied tactics adopted or new weapons employed? This book answers those questions and many others. Drawing on original documents in German, British, U.S. and Canadian archives, as well as interviews with surviving participants, Gannon describes the exciting sea and air battles, frequently taking the reader inside the U-boats themselves, aboard British warships, onto the decks of torpedoed merchant ships and into the cockpits of British and U.S. aircraft.

Throughout, Gannon tells the Black May story from both the German and Allied perspectives, oftenusing the actual words of captains and crews. Finally, he allows the reader to "listen in" on secretly recorded conversations of captured U-boat men in POW quarters during that same incredible month, giving intimate and moving access to the thoughts and emotions of seamen that is unparalleled in naval literature. Rarely, if ever, has the U-boat war been presented so accurately, so graphically and so personally.

Oddly enough, nary a mention of UFOs or the use of any technology from space - or even Albert Einstein for that matter.

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oh wow thats true i forgot, yeah now this kind of doesnt make any sense

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Yes, in May 1943 the Germans were losing U Boats and we were still losing valuable cargo ships.

Now if we only had the technology to save ALL of our valuable cargo ships.

If the U Boat Commander were to look through their periscope and see nothing, it would be impossible to

calculate a firing solution. Hmmm......

How could we make ALL of our cargo ships invisible?

Is it possible? Lets run a few experiments and just see what happens.

Start small and then just scale it up.

Start with a small toy boat. Hmmm......

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What has this got to do with ET/UFO?

Why not post in the appropiate places?

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Yes, in May 1943 the Germans were losing U Boats and we were still losing valuable cargo ships.

Now if we only had the technology to save ALL of our valuable cargo ships.

If the U Boat Commander were to look through their periscope and see nothing, it would be impossible to

calculate a firing solution. Hmmm......

How could we make ALL of our cargo ships invisible?

Is it possible? Lets run a few experiments and just see what happens.

Start small and then just scale it up.

Start with a small toy boat. Hmmm......

What are you on about? You make absolutely no sense.

If you are still alluding to the Philadelphia experiment, then you are on a wild goose chase as also shown by others. Just to add, we have immensely more stronger magnets now and things doesn't levitate, teleport and become invisible. Some of the strongest magnets are used in the LHC and that hasn't gone missing yet.

Do some research and learn something about the topics you want to post about lest you really want to look like a fool.

Cheers,

Badeskov

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What are you on about? You make absolutely no sense.

If you are still alluding to the Philadelphia experiment, then you are on a wild goose chase as also shown by others. Just to add, we have immensely more stronger magnets now and things doesn't levitate, teleport and become invisible. Some of the strongest magnets are used in the LHC and that hasn't gone missing yet.

Do some research and learn something about the topics you want to post about lest you really want to look like a fool.

Cheers,

Badeskov

though thigs have not been 100% invisible but there is camo tech that takes pictures in the back and projects on to screens in the front that gives the illusion of invisibility, thats a pretty sagnficant step in the invisibility process, so i wouldnt jump to the fact that it cant be done, just saying man not trying to be rude my friend

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What has this got to do with ET/UFO?

Why not post in the appropiate places?

Oh, good question!

UFOs use similar technology for their propulsion systems.

Gravity waves bend light. They had to put MG Sets on the bow and stern. AC Motors / DC Generators = MG Set

Physics is physics. It's just technology. The ETs had a very close eye on the Philadelphia Experiment. It worked!

Pre-Warp Civilization : Post-Warp Civilization

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though thigs have not been 100% invisible but there is camo tech that takes pictures in the back and projects on to screens in the front that gives the illusion of invisibility, thats a pretty sagnficant step in the invisibility process, so i wouldnt jump to the fact that it cant be done, just saying man not trying to be rude my friend

Hint: David Copperfield uses the technology in a few of his tricks. - Magic Table -

Yes, it can be done. :tu:

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though thigs have not been 100% invisible but there is camo tech that takes pictures in the back and projects on to screens in the front that gives the illusion of invisibility, thats a pretty sagnficant step in the invisibility process, so i wouldnt jump to the fact that it cant be done, just saying man not trying to be rude my friend

Oh, I agree with that and there are certainly schemes being researched on this topic The reason for this post was the harping on the Philadelphia experiment in another thread and I was specifically aiming at that technology leap.

And I certainly do not consider you rude, your input is always welcomed :tu:

Cheers,

Badeskov

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Yes, in May 1943 the Germans were losing U Boats and we were still losing valuable cargo ships.

Now if we only had the technology to save ALL of our valuable cargo ships.

If the U Boat Commander were to look through their periscope and see nothing, it would be impossible to

calculate a firing solution. Hmmm......

How could we make ALL of our cargo ships invisible?

Is it possible? Lets run a few experiments and just see what happens.

Start small and then just scale it up.

Start with a small toy boat. Hmmm......

From my link above:

Equally significant was the loss of experienced crews, particularly the junior officers who represented the next generation of commanders. Black May signalled a decline from which UBW never recovered; Despite various efforts over the next two years the U-boats were never able to re-establish the threat to allied shipping they had posed.

So you're argument is that we're going to sink time, money, and resources into a fanciful technology to counter a threat that no longer exists.

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Oh, I agree with that and there are certainly schemes being researched on this topic The reason for this post was the harping on the Philadelphia experiment in another thread and I was specifically aiming at that technology leap.

And I certainly do not consider you rude, your input is always welcomed :tu:

Cheers,

Badeskov

yeah you are right though! invisibility is kind of straying off of what the OP was, lol but thats all they are right is expiraments, nothing out on the market just yet

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From my link above:

Equally significant was the loss of experienced crews, particularly the junior officers who represented the next generation of commanders. Black May signalled a decline from which UBW never recovered; Despite various efforts over the next two years the U-boats were never able to re-establish the threat to allied shipping they had posed.

So you're argument is that we're going to sink time, money, and resources into a fanciful technology to counter a threat that no longer exists.

The goal was to reduce our cargo ship loses to - zero -.

Oh and if this - new - technology works maybe.....just maybe.....we could adapt it to our B-17 Bombers flying over Germany.

- Always Look For The Big Picture -

Unified Field Theory: Coined by a guy named Albert Einstein.

To put it another way, uniting the fields of electromagnetism & gravity into 1 field.

If light were bent then space-time would be bent.

Bending space-time? This is starting to sound like Extraterrestrial Life & the UFO Phenomenon.

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they are researching how to bend space for warp drives, but the theories are so premature right now that you cant state it will happen, i do agree with seeder though i dont think this post belongs in this section

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they are researching how to bend space for warp drives, but the theories are so premature right now that you cant state it will happen, i do agree with seeder though i dont think this post belongs in this section

Albert Einstein's Unified Field Theory is the exact same technology used by the ET spacecraft.

- Connect.....the.....Dots -

The UFOs don't fly on wings. They float on a gravity wave pointed straight down at the Earth.

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Albert Einstein's Unified Field Theory is the exact same technology used by the ET spacecraft.

- Connect.....the.....Dots -

The UFOs don't fly on wings. They float on a gravity wave pointed straight down at the Earth.

You are connecting dots made up in your mind with no basis in reality.

Cheers,

Badeskov

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I've read a couple of Albert Einstein biographies years ago, and I remember reading he was an advisor for the U.S. military during the war. The only remembrance I have is that I think his contributions were on artillery trajectories and high explosive devices.

I don't have those books anymore, so I can't elaborate.

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You are connecting dots made up in your mind with no basis in reality.

Cheers,

Badeskov

The Albert Einstein Unified Field Theory is real.

Now is a bad time to live in denial.

Thomas Townsend Brown appears to have made a few working prototypes.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrogravitics

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You are connecting dots made up in your mind with no basis in reality.

Cheers,

Badeskov

he does this all the time best to just ignore him or report the thread my friend

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I've read a couple of Albert Einstein biographies years ago, and I remember reading he was an advisor for the U.S. military during the war. The only remembrance I have is that I think his contributions were on artillery trajectories and high explosive devices.

I don't have those books anymore, so I can't elaborate.

The photo clearly shows Albert Einstein talking to officers from the United States Navy July 1943.

If the technology worked, they could have put it on a B-17 Bomber.

Would the Nazis have a hard time shooting down an invisible B-17 Bomber?

Would the Japanese have a hard time shooting down an invisible B-29 Bomber?

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Well this is odd. Albert Einstein is meeting with officers from the United States Navy.

July 1943 : That was a rough period in time for the USA during World War II.

Many of our cargo ships were being sunk by Nazi U Boats.

There must be a solution to this very real problem.

post-140740-0-84393800-1375111550_thumb.

Perhaps new technology could lend a hand?

http://en.wikipedia....phia_Experiment

Since I showed in your other thread using information form the same link you posted there and here that the Philadelphia experiment didn't happen. Starting a new thread about Einstein being in Philadelphia in 1943 had no bearing. In fact he wasn't in Philadelphia for the non-existent experiment. If I remember he stayed in the US when Hitler came into power in 1933 and stayed in Philadelphia from 1933 to his death in 1955

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Since I showed in your other thread using information form the same link you posted there and here that the Philadelphia experiment didn't happen. Starting a new thread about Einstein being in Philadelphia in 1943 had no bearing. In fact he wasn't in Philadelphia for the non-existent experiment. If I remember he stayed in the US when Hitler came into power in 1933 and stayed in Philadelphia from 1933 to his death in 1955

It's a short drive in a car from Princeton University to Philadelphia.

Einsteins Unified Field Theory is widely known.

- Uniting the fields of electromagnetism and gravity into 1 field -

If light were bent, then space-time would be bent.

Knowledge is power.

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It's a short drive in a car from Princeton University to Philadelphia.

Einsteins Unified Field Theory is widely known.

- Uniting the fields of electromagnetism and gravity into 1 field -

If light were bent, then space-time would be bent.

Knowledge is power.

but the burden of proof trumps

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It's a short drive in a car from Princeton University to Philadelphia.

Einsteins Unified Field Theory is widely known.

- Uniting the fields of electromagnetism and gravity into 1 field -

Unfortunately gravity hasn't been united with anything yet. I thought that was made pretty clear to you.

If light were bent, then space-time would be bent.

Yes, as described earlier, light is bent due space-time curvature in a gravity well. Do you have a hard time comprehending that rather simple fact?

Knowledge is power.

Yes, it is. You should work on getting some knowledge, actually.

Cheers,

Badeskov

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