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Mystery cube points to Nazi nuclear program


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"What uranium ore body in the world did Germany, allegedly, get their uranium from?"

Makes me wonder if the Nazi search for ancient technologies was a cover for obtaining uranium.:huh:

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Project Paperclip = Nazi's become the core of US Space development, post WW2.

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8 hours ago, OverSword said:

Did not know there was a cube of nazi uranium a mile from me :blink: 

May have to change your moniker to GlowSword. :unsure2:

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Is it the 100th monkey syndrome or was Germany on the brink of world domination? It was just a matter of time before they unraveled the mystery and started dropping their nuclear bombs. What did they have? Who took it the USA or Russia? Both more than likely.

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7 hours ago, Buzz_Light_Year said:

May have to change your moniker to GlowSword. :unsure2:

It's time to start listening Bob Dylan's song Glowin' in the Wind. :D

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What happened with all these folks working with this in germany??? there must have been alot...
How can things like this be a mystery if they had a program or not.. And how far they came in their research..
These guys were brilliant I dont think they went underground after the war and started working in a bakery or became shoe salesmen..

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