Dr.Robert Ritter and Eva Justin

One lesson that many people haven’t learned from the Nazi era is that scientist don’t always have the best interest of humanity at heart. They often are driven by their own curiosity rather then what’s best for their fellow man. Yet people often follow their advise blindly, without questioning motives or who funds the researchContinue reading “Dr.Robert Ritter and Eva Justin”

The Sea water experiments-Evil Science.

In 1798 the poem “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” was published by he English poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The most famous line of the poem is “Water, water, every where,Nor any drop to drink.” There are several theories in relation to the inspiration of the poem but the above mentioned line refers to theContinue reading “The Sea water experiments-Evil Science.”

Django’s lucky escape

The title of this blog is not referring to a Western film, it is actually referring to an extraordinary event during WWII. Django Reinhard is one of my favourite guitarists it is actually because of him (and Jim Croce) I picked up a guitar myself. Although I am an admirer of his music and evenContinue reading “Django’s lucky escape”