Friends: I am a sci fi writer and I have started a book that is based on the myth about the "Nazi Bell". The only evidence of this device comes from an author Igor Witowski who claims he saw documents in Poland that speak about the interrogation of a Nazi SS captain that described a device the nazis built supposedly for anti gravity. The location for the device exists, and there has been documents uncovered that point to a top secret program being developed there. The person in charge of the project was Hans Kammler and he by himself is a good mysterious story. He was the guy that designed the death camps, he increased their efficiency to kill 10x more people and yet he is a historical unknown. His body was never recovered and it is thought he had opportunity to escape with the device to Argentina or even to the USA. The most damning evidence in my eyes is the fact though he was a die hard nazi, he was ordered to execute the scientists at penemunde but he refused. He took them to a location to be picked up by the USA, I find that such a killer wouldn't do that out of mercy.. maybe he cut a deal. In any case back to the topic. This device is supposedly counter rotating cylinders filled with an unknown fluid that some have guessed to be mercury. But it was supposed to glow when in operation, and I wonder if maybe the device was actually synthesizing francium or trying to bombard francium with protons or neutrons to form a new element. Now I'm gonna need someone here to make a leap of faith. If you had seen two counter rotating cylinders producing some kind of anti-gravitational effect, if you knew that was done and was fact. What model would you attribute it to? Is there a model of physics that has room for this behaviour? So far I am having a difficult time linking this experiment to anything to make it plausible. Other than say an attempt at making a stable francium isotope for use as a dirty water bomb. However thats not as entertaining as explaining the source of UFO's in your first book lol.