[ RadSafe ] Fission???

JPreisig at aol.com JPreisig at aol.com
Mon Nov 4 13:42:59 CST 2013

     Yes, I am aware that the IMDB webpage is for a  fictional movie.  The 
stuff I am talking about is not necessarily  fiction.
     So is Karam short for Karamazov?????
     Joe Preisig
In a message dated 11/4/2013 2:34:58 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
PHILIP.KARAM at nypd.org writes:

You do  realize that this is an IMDB webpage for a fictional movie, right? 
Sorry for  asking - your e-mails just sound very  serious.


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Interesting.   According to the UFO and  Ancient Alien shows, there 
was some attempt  by the WWII Germans to create some  sort of spacecraft 
in  Antarctica.  Then I also hear stories of some  raid by the Allies on  
Spacecraft Base.

Joe  Preisig

In a message dated 11/1/2013 3:38:03 A.M. Eastern  Daylight Time,  
mso at forsmark.vattenfall.se writes:

Let  us  not forget what happened then. The creation of the spacecraft  
Götterdämmerung  and its final sad   demise:


All the   best,
Mattias Olsson

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Dear  Radsafe:

Ancient  Alien and UFO shows describe a crash   of  a spaceship in the 
Forest (Germany) in 1936.
The Germans  are said to have collected the crash  debris (and bodies???)  
and  then proceeded to reverse engineer what they  found in the  parts of 

Such reverse  engineering may??? have  yielded:

an advanced propulsion  system

blocks/pieces of  enriched Uranium and/or  Plutonium

the fact that fission  does  occur????

Interestingly enough, Hahn and Strassmann  (and  Meitner)  discovered 
fission in 1938 in Germany.
Were  they involved in  the German reverse engineering effort????

Have a  good  week...

Regards,     Joe   Preisig

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