Researchers Look Down to the Lost Nazi Uranium

It is known that the Nazis tried to make nuclear weapons in the 1940s. Some of the materials they used in their work appeared, but it is not known what happened to the hundreds of lost people.

The Second World War also took place among the scientists behind the front as far as the soldiers in the front. One of the areas where this struggle was most controversial was energy, especially nuclear energy.

The information about the Nazi Nuclear Reactor, which resembles a huge chandelier of 664 uranium cubes, was unearthed after the war. Researchers have been pursuing the lost Nazi uranium since then.

Timothy Koeth, of Martlan University, who managed to capture one of these mysterious cubes, devoted himself to finding cubes and tracing the lost pieces of the reactor. On the note, which was next to the note, he said, It was taken from the nuclear reactor that Hitler was trying to build from Germany. It was a gift from Ninninger. Dü

The reactor set up by Hitler was dismantled by American soldiers, and the Nazis buried 664 cubes that had been taken to the US. These cores are not enough to make the reactor operational, but Koeth revealed that the continuation of these cubes was hidden in Germany.


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Some of the other cubes are in the hands of another group doing the same research. Researchers are more likely to get a result if they collaborate. 400 extra cubes of the reactor were sold on the black market, and those who arrived in the United States later disappeared in time

Professor Koeth and his colleague Miriam Hiebert are searching for the dates of these cubes. The B-VIII reactor of the Nazis was built on a small area and was built under a church in the town of Haigerloch. The employees of this facility include the founder of the field of quantum mechanics Werner Heisenberg

These uranium cubes with 5 cm edges (125 cm cubes) have the closest and most realistic attempt of the Nazis to build a self-sufficient nuclear reactor.


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Researchers are now in search of other cubes from the facility. They're looking for cubes lost in the US and falling to the black market in Europe. The cubes are thought to be hiding at the base of the buildings.

The cube of Professor Koeth is on display in a museum. His research and results were published in Physics Today.