Where is science?

Hello, All

Million dollor question....Did the U.S. get antigravity or gravifugal technology (whatever you want to call it) from the Nazis during WWII, if so is it a reflection of Newton, Einstien or is it a completely new concept that must change our view of science.
 
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Hah, awesome.
 

HallsofIvy

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Uh- No, it didn't!
 

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I'd love to see a piece of ancient Nazi gravifugal technology.
Where can I find it?
 

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arildno said:
I'd love to see a piece of ancient Nazi gravifugal technology.
Where can I find it?
Aviator's spelling is improving.
 

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But perhaps not enough;
Did he mean gravifrugal technology, perchance? :confused:
 

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arildno said:
Did he mean gravifrugal technology, perchance? :confused:
I'm afraid to speculate upon what he might have meant.
 

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