[ RadSafe ] diffusion, laser separation
franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Sun Jan 31 16:39:59 CST 2016
I have been somewhat surprised by your stories about the German (not Nazi!)
technologies and that you obviously are serious about these science fiction
stories. Having been interested in anything nuclear, radioactive since I was
about 18 years old I have consumed many dozens of kilos (not pounds) of
relevant scientific books and literature - some of them I bought at a
LosAlamos bookstore. There are enough eye witnesses who seem to render a
correct picture of what has happened. On the other hand there are very few
books who take advantage fly a kind of hype from anniversies to promote
sales. Take into consideration my "career" as a radiochemist, my involvement
in the consequences of the Chernobyl accident, the International Mururoa
Project, the CTBTO so you might understand my interest in this topic and
probably you may recognizre that I know about these topics.
There are other aspects besides scientific ones: Not even the Nazi regime
(not the Germans) would have dared to fly tons of mercury around the world,
not to talk about "nuclear propulsion", which would be centuries ahead and
has proved to not being possible. Most of your other claims in this respect
are simply ridiculous so I would recommend you stop posting them. Probably
some publishers of science fiction may be interested?
Still with my best regards and wishes
From: Joseph Preisig
Sent: Sunday, January 31, 2016 3:47 AM
Subject: [ RadSafe ] diffusion, laser separation
google youtube and amazing advancements in nazi technology
hmmmmm....a big rubber plant that didn't make any rubber, it did
Heisenberg knew too much????
These weapons were used before Hiroshima, Nagasaki....
there were witnesses, and no doubt, weapons effects....
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