Klimaforskning - hjemmeside
Startet av Jostemikk, mai 21, 2014, 23:21:38 PM
Sitat"German submarine U-234 was a Type XB U-boat . . . during World War II. Her first and only mission into enemy territory consisted of the attempted delivery of uranium and other German advanced weapons technology to the Empire of Japan . . . the submarine surrendered to the United States on 14 May 1945.""The cargo included technical drawings, examples of the newest electric torpedoes, one crated Me 262 jet aircraft, a Henschel Hs 293 glide bomb, and what was listed on the US Unloading Manifest as 560 kg (about 1,200 pounds) of uranium oxide"MUCH HAS BEEN MADE OF THE URANIUM OXIDE - - SPECULATION THAT THE VALUABLE ORE WAS A REQUISITE FOR JAPANESE ATOMIC BOMB RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT!U-234 WAS NOT ALONE! Other U-boats also were dispatched on extended voyages to Japan, carrying similar cargo, AMONG THEM THE ILL-FATED U-864!"We ["Sharkhunters"] also determined that other U-Boats had similar cargoes but unlike U-234, they were all sunk with all hands and their cargo. One of these other boats was U-864"Additionally, from "Sharkhunters":"a report from S.E.I.G. Agent Vm 469 who filed this report":"From reliable people, I know that the Norwegians know the location of U-864 and also have learned the cargo aboard which included Uranium Oxide and Heavy Water."There IS mercury aboard the U-864 and it is leaking, BUT also uranium oxide and heavy water - - ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF ATOMIC WEAPONS RESEARCH!
SitatFebruary 15, 2011 at 7:47 AM bill streifer said...U-864 has uranium on board. I spoke to the Japanese liaison officer in Berlin who took part in the transfer. U-234, U-864, and a third U-boat that never sailed all were supposed to contain uranium. None made it to Japan.November 27, 2012 at 1:05 AM bill streifer said...U-864 was discovered on the floor bed in 2005. Also, a Norwegian Government official told me that while there is no proof that there is uranium (of any sort) aboard U-864, they can neither confirm nor deny the existence of uranium on board. That will have to wait until the salvage of U-864 is complete.