I happened across Nicholas A. Reiter some years back to do with experiments he published with Dr. McMaster at http://www.maltby.org/mcmastergravity/index.htm . I was unaware of his work with photo-voltaics at First Solar until I looked.
Interesting ideas about lens-effects.
There are many types of radiation - all are to be respected. One may not need a source of ionizing radiation "if" one wants to explore the electro-magnetic levitation effect and the "magnetic-vacuum" properties of opposed fields. Nick Reiter's, Ning Lii and other's research has shown that. There may be an electro-magnetic "anti-gravity" effect and bonafide anti-gravity as separate but perhaps interacting influences.
However "if" one chooses to apply an equal field of electro-magnetism to a radioactive source held by that field as point-source within the center of that field then that source would be very apt to have more neutron escape and entry channels and that much the closer to chain reaction. These effects may linger for a time and the radioactive source material would perhaps exist temporarily in an isotopic form "more enriched".
Others have called it "Kammler's Uranium Motor". It may have been just that. Just a speculation without foundation on my part other than hunch but, "if" the German high command wanted to enrich ore to make a "Teller Super" hydrogen weapon or even more atomic bombs then "this" could have been one avenue pursued.
Joseph P. Farrell has related telling of a "100 gram" critical mass weapon used against innocents. I was educated that XX Kg (a much higher value) was the lowest value possible but that only includes "known" materials and processes. : D.
I am all for the disentanglement and understanding of gravity and it's mirror and other energy-related beneficial non-weapons research - others will potentially have other perspectives.
Please keep us up to date about Nick Reiter's research as you can Bill.
I hadn't read this thread until tonight and I see "Haunebu" in the recent topics "roll".
There was a photo purportedly by an Australian sheep farmer named W.C. Hall from 1954 that depicts a saucer. I know little to nothing of the original provenance of the photo or of the sheep farmer but it does seem to depict a saucer not unlike a Haunebu-shape as shown in various line drawings over the years. If authentic the photo "could" indicate post-WWII activity of potential interest.
P.S. Bill!!!! 'Luv the hat, I enjoy "Hunters". Thanx to the Team for hours and hours of innovative and interesting viewing and especially raising awareness.
Pls feature NB in a "from behind the big desk" or like-minded recurring segment if possible.