Geniuses And Villains. Obsessed With Sound. Part 2. Weapons Of Retaliation

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Geniuses And Villains. Obsessed With Sound. Part 2. Weapons Of Retaliation
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Geniuses and villains. Obsessed with sound. Part 2. Weapons of retaliation

… And although the scientists were not slaves, the well-being of themselves and their families depended on cooperation with the Nazis. Wars bring death to peoples and devastation, but they also become the driving force in the development of progress. It was there, in the town of Peenemünde, that German designers, at the behest of the Nazi executioners, developed the most terrible weapon on earth and at the same time stood at the threshold of the coming space age …

Part 1. Wernher von Braun

Von Braun, after a series of attempts, nevertheless managed to create a rocket called V2 (FAU2) and related to a number of developments under the general name "Weapon of Retaliation", and to carry out its test, which claimed about 5 thousand lives of the inhabitants of the British capital and destroyed its neighborhoods. This to some extent calmed the hysterical Hitler and gave von Braun hope that he could finally move away from the development of weapons of mass destruction and do what he wanted to do all his life - interplanetary spaceships that can transport a person to the moon.

But Hitler had other plans. The missiles, although they had a flight range of 85 km, did not always reach the target, since they were uncontrollable and were not of high quality. They were designed in Peenemünde.

The super-technical and top-secret military complex, consisting of a training ground, airfields, factories, powerful power plants and chemical laboratories, which employed 15 thousand employees, generously sponsored from the treasury of the Third Reich, could not stand idle. The satellite city of Peenemünde in the Baltic Sea itself was ideally chosen for the development of one of the directions of Hitler's secret science in the field of rocketry as a new type of weapon with enormous destructive power. All missiles launched during testing fell into the sea, which was a guarantee of safety. Hardly anyone's intelligence was able to "catch" a sample of the world's first cruise missile in order to find out the secret of its technology.

In the creation of supernova weapons, the labor of prisoners in nearby concentration camps was used. They, for example, performed work on the welding of individual parts and parts of missiles. The lack of professional skills of welders led to the fact that the seams had a noticeable defect. Thus, the lack of proper quality affected the condition of the missiles.

And although the scientists were not slaves, the well-being of themselves and their families depended on cooperation with the Nazis. Wars bring death to peoples and devastation, but they also become the driving force in the development of progress. It was there, in the town of Peenemünde, that German designers, at the behest of the Nazi executioners, developed the most terrible weapon on earth and at the same time stood on the threshold of the coming space age.


The challenge posed by the German physicist Dr. Werner von Braun was not to create V2. His main sonic goal was aerodynamics, everything that would allow him to take another step into space. Advanced German technology has completely changed the principles of warfare. Dr. von Braun was more interested in science than winning a war. He was worried about the problems of flying the aircraft, and not about who and what it was used for. For him, it was not a weapon, but a way to go into space.

World War II was already drawing to a close when V2 arrived. Western historians and experts attributed all the laurels on her invention to the German physicist Werner von Braun, deliberately keeping silent about who gave him the ideas of manned space flight, landing on the moon, as well as ready-made calculations for the development of a rocket engine running on liquid fuel.

Despite many setbacks, the success of the enterprise was great. It became clear that the project started in the 30s to create such aircraft, the production and testing of which were carried out at the top-secret training ground of the small Baltic town of Peenemünde on the island of Usedom in northeastern Germany, could not be phased out.

The question was different: who will get the archives of the research center, samples, and the very "golden heads" of German scientists who have been working since 1937 on the creation of ballistic missiles.

The offensive of the Red Army forced us to hurry. The existence and exact location of the German top-secret center on Usedom became known to the Poles from Russian prisoners who escaped from a concentration camp and hijacked a Heinkel aircraft with a V2 rocket on board from the island on February 8, 1945. The Allies also knew about Peenemünde, but flew, according to their intelligence, to bomb another section of the island on which the fake equipment was stationed.

The war was drawing to a close. The top-secret center of Usedom was seen by both Russians and Americans. The Russians did not have time. A group of German scientists, with all the archives, managed to leave Peenemünde when the distance between the test site and the advancing Red Army was reduced to 160 km.

It is unlikely that von Braun was worried about his own life and the lives of his subordinates. He understood that a designer scientist of his level would be used in the USSR, but would the Soviet Union, after such a difficult war, be ready to finance his further developments in the field of astronautics? The decision was made in favor of the Americans. Ultimately, he and his colleagues who wished to go with him received the necessary guarantees from the United States. And in this way the United States received more than 100 brilliant German scientists, perhaps the best in the world. Compromising materials found in the archives and incriminating them in collaboration with the Nazis were destroyed, biographies were cleaned up, and for especially talented ones, such as Werner, even turned and whitewashed.

Russian card for an American taxpayer

Once in the States and starting work at American military training grounds, Wernher von Braun and his team provided the United States with the necessary number of V2 missiles, thereby strengthening the country's military power. However, childhood romantic dreams of flying to the Moon and Mars are not a thing of the past. Werner, whose age was already approaching 50, had a unique chance to perform them.

The properties of his skin vector made it possible to adapt faster than others in the American environment and accurately understand the principle of influencing with the right words and arguments on those on whom the realization of the dream of flying to other planets depended. To convince the US president and American taxpayers of the need to fund new research in space exploration, von Braun played the "Russian card" wisely, convincing the Americans that the USSR intends to take over space and establish its dominance in it.

Gagarin above his head and Cuba at his side. Battle for the moon

In the United States, the flight of the first Soviet cosmonaut was received with surprise and dismay. Khrushchev dealt a strong blow to their pride. The Americans were wounded, and the USSR again strengthened its positions, which were shaken after the XX Congress, which exposed the personality cult of Stalin.


America needed a clear and revealing revenge. Now it could take place only at the level of space competitions, not lower. The stake was placed on Wernher von Braun. Of all the options discussed, the one that the designer had dreamed of since childhood was the landing of a man on the moon. In his letter to John F. Kennedy, von Braun wrote that the Russians could be beaten only by landing on the moon. The new president of America, unlike Eisenhower, did not take long to persuade.

Eisenhower expected scientific research from space, and Kennedy - the restoration of the status of the world's first power. Accordingly, the urethral John F. Kennedy could not help but be impressed by von Braun's idea, and he, referring to the American Congress, urged everyone to unite around the desire to land the first man on the moon and, upon completion of the space program, return him safe and sound.

Sergei Korolev was not inferior to this "lunar" idea, but the golden rain, which was so necessary for the creation and implementation of a new project, was not ready to pour down on the Soviet cosmonautics. The Soviet Union could not afford to take part in the space races, and Khrushchev did not dare to agree to Kennedy's proposal for a joint expedition of Soviet and American astronauts, suspecting some vague trick in him. In the USSR, a more important issue was on the agenda - strengthening the nuclear shield.

Is there life on Mars?

Werner von Braun, who became the father of the human lunar landing project, was invited from the small town of astronauts to move to Washington to work at NASA. He took this as a long-awaited application for a new program for the exploration of the next planet - Mars. However, his joy was premature. Having designated his urethral primacy and superiority in the world, John F. Kennedy was in no hurry to persuade Congressmen and taxpayers to fork out for new space needs.

Werner von Braun failed to lobby for his new mission to Mars, as he had done earlier with an expedition to the moon. Now, neither Hollywood came to the rescue, with the release of several fantasy films in which the action takes place on other planets, nor Walt Disney, who previously created a number of cartoons about space.

The press, which not long ago praised America's new national hero Wernher von Braun, refused, as before, before the start of the "lunar program", to publish sensational articles about missiles and their role in defending against an external enemy, which, of course, meant the Soviet Union. Television was in no hurry to begin broadcasting a new cycle of popular science programs for housewives about the creation of spaceships that can fly to Mars.

The position of the United States in the world was stable and indisputable in leadership. The skin phase of development, which overtook the countries of the West, was steadily gaining momentum after the Second World War. It all boiled down to the fact that space exploration is necessary not for scientific research, but for entertainment. It was easier and more understandable for taxpayers that way. Is there life on Mars? This question remained a mystery to Wernher von Braun.

The eternal tension between sound and smell

The olfactory measure is the control hand pressing the lever of the military apparatus. She simultaneously appears in two hypostases in relation to the sound. The left encourages and provokes him to various discoveries, the right hinders him, like a naughty schoolboy who does not feel boundaries. In short, the sense of smell, by its very nature, is designed to keep the sounder on a short leash with spikes on the collar. There is a need for this.


The soundman is able to find itself in different states. He can easily bring down the world, enjoying the mass destruction of humanity, or in a state of spiritual altruism, find an idea of ​​the future and ensure the movement of the pack forward.

The olfactory person has one state - the preservation of the life of his flock and the separation of the stranger by using any instruments subject to him, which are created by the sound specialist under the vigilant control of the same olfactory measure. This is one of the elements of the eternal tension of sound and smell.

There are many examples when the Russian sound, which did not find application at home, received its realization abroad, rearing up the sound engineers of Europe and America. And there, having fallen under the cap of the "olfactory Müller", he will be directed with a whip or carrot where the "olfactory goat's muzzle" will lead him.

The examples of Tsimlyansky and von Braun clearly show the role played by the sound engineer in the political arena. More precisely, how sound thought-forms, embodied in real deeds and objects, can be used in the olfactory politics of the West, which is capable of drawing any state into the game, forcing it to dance to its own olfactory tune. But with Russia, the West, as always, missed the mark, not taking into account the peculiarities of the urethral mentality of its people.

Only on healthy competition of sound engineers are great projects capable of strengthening and consolidating states and peoples. An example of this was the flight of the world's first cosmonaut Yuri Alekseevich Gagarin in a spaceship created by Sergei Korolev.

Today such talented people as Tsimlyansky and Korolev, who are ready to be fanatically devoted to their sound ideas, are born no less than before. The mental state of modern people with a sound vector is much larger than that of previous generations.

The tragedy lies in the fact that they, children with a sound vector, are not allowed to develop, driving them into the deaf cellars of autism, making them schizophrenics, suicides and, according to Yuri Burlan's system-vector psychology, moral degenerates.

A great time of change is coming. Russia is a country unique in its geopolitical development. In it there is the purest sound with almost complete absence of smell. But in the most difficult times, the greatest power of providence shows her its mercy, sheltering Russia from decay with its olfactory wing.

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