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Die Glocke

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William B Stoecker: During WWII the Germans developed or planned a number of wunderwaffen, or miracle weapons which, Hitler assured his people, would reverse the Reich’s fortunes and lead to victory. The Germans tried to develop a nuclear fission bomb, but, we are told, were stymied by Allied sabotage of their heavy water plant…they needed the heavy water (deuterium oxide) for a nuclear reactor. They developed snorkels for submarines; they built the world’s first truly successful jet fighter, the Me-262; they developed a rocket fighter; they designed the first jet bomber; they experimented with a flying wing aircraft (but there is no evidence that they overcame its control and stability problems); and, of course, they designed and built the powerful V-2 rocket, the first rocket capable of reaching outer space.

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Babe Ruth

An interesting article, though I've heard bits and pieces before.

That Roswell might have been an experimental flight in Die Glocke seems a bit far-fetched, though anything is possible. That critters were on the craft seems to work against that theory.

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Goodnite

Ahhhhhhh, but the eyewitnesses at Kecksburg, PA crash site describe it perfectly. :alien:

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Die Glocke?

Let's see:

Tief gemauert in der Erden

steht die Form aus Ton gebrannt...

Ah, not that Glocke? Sorry.... :blush:

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