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"barnes wallis" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

03:32 min | 6 months ago

"barnes wallis" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"In real life, the British were trying to avoid war with Germany at this particular time, and it was during this strange period. Tensions were so high, but so we're the hopes for peace. They really especially Neville Chamberlain, who was the lead for for Britain at the time? They wanted peace so the Munich conference. Was this conference hosted by Adolf Hitler in Nineteen, Thirty Eight. And the Prime Minister of Great Britain Neville Chamberlain in this Conference Neville Chamberlain agrees. To allow Hitler to annex a large swath of German speaking checklists. Called Asudin land. And essentially CHAP checklists Avakian now. The Prentice PM says yeah. Go ahead and do it. But you gotta remember here that Hitler had already previously started rearming Germany in defiance of the treaty of Versailles and also reoccupied the Rhineland in nineteen, thirty six, and the next Austria nineteen thirty eight. So who who's GonNa believe Hitler here in this conference. The the Munich Conference the only reason why they would trust Hitler. Here was to try to avoid war and that's what Chamberlain was trying to do. So returning from this conference, having signed the Munich agreement along with France Italy and Germany the Prime Minister Chamberlain declared peace in our time. The words that would become infamous as As Europe, devolved into or just a year later so this this was the headlines in the British newspapers at that time. September. Thirtieth Nineteen thirty eight? The headline literally was peace in our time. And then one year later, September third nineteen thirty nine. The headline is Britain at war with Germany. So, it's like okay, so this wasn't exactly the she didn't define. The time was it was year. So he got a year out of, and it's like you said Tom it's. Yeah! Yeah, go ahead. Take that part of Czechoslovakia. That's okay. This always reminds me of the Soviet Union which their general philosophy was. Let's annex any country. That's contiguous with our borders. And pretty much covers everybody. Got This part of Czechoslovakia it's like wow. Yeah, so they're actually. There's a website Richard. Edwards that Info. And in two thousand twelve, he wrote an article discussing how planes was partially funded by the British secret service. The movie itself was a propaganda movie at some to some degree, so that article states that in nineteen, thirty eight. A revolutionary bomber! The Vickers Wellesley was a prototype. It use something called the geodesic construction invented by. This guy is wall. Bomber, not a person, an airplane bomber, right? It's an airplane, and now the interesting thing to me is the what is the name of the Airplane Company in this movie? Barrett Award or The person who invented this geodesic construction was Barnes Wallis a VW so I found that interesting. Okay, so this plane though the Vickers Wellesley. Disappeared over the English during a test flight, and then I'm going to call here. The Air Ministry asked Lord. Vance tart of Denham chief of the British, Secret Service to initiate.

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"barnes wallis" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

03:01 min | 7 months ago

"barnes wallis" Discussed on The Archive Project

"To Argentina. Get too many books eventually. I'd the drum insists that tonight. We will be a long night. The Road Ravina goes on insisting that there is not enough suffering. The insists that tonight. We won't be a long night. Would Ravina goes on assisting. There's not enough suffering. Go on to Vena go on growling about God. I am rubbing my face against my little face like a blackbird flying through the nieves doesn't make sense but there's a lot of fun I'm rubbing my big face against my little face like blackbirds laying swiftly to believes okay. Good that's Internet one. No got four more. I WANNA do each year. Is that too much? We'll be okay for you know I did existence word existence now. I'll do one nonexistence called eating blackberry jam. When I hear that we all belong to non-existence drive my eyes. But then they raised them out of love for the little creatures of nonexistence some say the perch become like each other to keep the shark. This is this comes out of the Aquarium in Monterrey and I saw these fish. They were in a circle all going along and I said to my friend. What the hell are they doing that for? He said to keep the shark from coming into shark. Can't get a good fix on any one of them man. That's a big excuse for crowns per to become like each other to keep the shark from zeroing in but staying alive doesn't mean they are free from non existence. The cries of the infant barn swallows rising ingeniously cries of infant burn. Swallows rising from the mud nests fastened ingeniously to the rafters. This is a farmboys poem the cries of the Infant Barnes Wallis rising from the mud nests fad ingeniously to their. After's taught me to love the skinny birds of nonexistence. Taoist with their thin beards. Fishing all day with a straight hook. You know they do that. They do that. Taoist with your thin beards. Fishing all day with the street hook tell us they have learned not to expect a whole lot from non existence and.

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"barnes wallis" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

The Ladies of Strange

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"barnes wallis" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

"Was sixty inches long and fifty inches in diameter originally weighed wade nine thousand two hundred and fifty pounds six thousand a whit again waters not compatible so it could like balance is and it will loop black ship. It acts like black high-velocity. I'm thinking about is the ship ship can float even though weighs more than six thousand pounds so the boy in southie and some occasionally basically so this bouncing i i've already lost through the first one so this bomb weighed nine thousand two hundred and fifty pounds six thousand a witch was a mix of of t._n._t. And artiach fuck. I try to figure out what r._d._x. Wasn't i think i'm analysts now before i chemistry words which i'm scienc- but like chemistry is still like pushes me. Give her screen work like like those mean chemicals and it goes boom the u._s. Kirk worker i did it. I should have <hes> she would've known okay so inside of this bomb. They were fancy. Let's see hydrostatics pistols inside which measure the pressure of the water as the bomb sank allowing the bomb to detonate at a predetermined depth. Oh that's cool so won't detonate unless there's enough pressure on it exactly oh man ashley who lost a very visual the person so in my mind. I've got bouncing jake exploding. It's great. I'm still stuck on water. Balloons filled with aaron how they basically the same think but never mind okay wow was originally invented for dams and nine hundred forty. One by barnes wallis bomb could also be used against submerged vehicles like sandwiches. Thank you for laughing at that suffer those very clever. I i love it good job. Ashley's already fed up with me and i'm not even i'm not fed up. I'm just wrote confused. I'm just going to smile and look pretty through this so we're done with the sandwiches riches reference bouncing bombs. You will be able to understand this next one issue. It's the cornering rifle. I like rifles. There we go what is it. Does it go round quarter. Yes ooh. That's rifle caught a criminal. It was posted go round corners around it. Actually we did so it had a curved barrel the idea being to allow german soldiers shoot around corners or over walls while innovative for anyone who is remotely familiar with guns the curve barrel would cause a ballistic quickly disintegrate because the bullets are made up. Did it kill so many nazis and testing now. It just didn't work like they wouldn't actually like. Make it out of the barrel because it just i was hoping it would explode while they were trying to shoot it. Yeah nazis okay well. There were plans for ninety degree models meaning it goes straight in front of you heard left or hard right depending on which way you swing and models long enough for tanks why would do you need these on a tank. What tank is going around a corner and can't tanks like the part to rotate yeah they can and can't go around corners because then you would or like sitting halfway around the thing you're trying to go across and then basically you're just in line of fire anyway. Yeah exactly i'd like in parentheses why so so ultimately these are innovative but some of these are just like so only thirty degree barrels wherever really produced an only kind of worked. Oh well never mind. I'm thinking further backend topic. Go ahead up next as an even bigger gun. I called something thing. That's gonna make tiffany giggle got him so excited the busy lizzie that was more than get this is a b three cannon cannon that was four hundred thirty feet long and had to be built on a hillside to support it holy which of course meant the nazis built the sucker in politics laws in northern france which was just under one hundred miles from london so not only are they dumb but they're obviously compensating compensating. Yes so role earning a lot about nazi well. I think it's like it has to be built on a hill because it's so big doc yep. That is an effective for it doesn't go anywhere there. It's there yeah like oh. You've got this big gun. That's pointing this way but cappelli with and your little hoop fair though zoom we think about it like them being on top of a hill. L. is really stupid because they're not on the hell. It goes like up the hill saying to us thinking about like people stationing on hills was really stupid but it if they had a gun they could shoot harder and faster and further than they could see someone approaching and shoot them further away but they were on the back of the hill the big deal but the big deal behind this says they were within a hundred miles blunt by this point they had they were occupying france and at this time you didn't really have you know sky view. You were raid all aerial view thank you you didn't have radar. You couldn't really tell that they were building their unless you directly flew over it or you had spies okay. I'm uh-huh today why i'm not saying they were stupid for that reason because i'm sure that i could see the uses of that. I just think like the amount of effort that goes into who building a gun that big that can't be moved as kind of stupid. I mean what else were. They gonna do <hes> these being nazis. The the initial plan was the bombard london with a three hundred and ten pound shell for reference at twenty two bullet weighs roughly about forty grams grams or less than forty twenty twos really small. I misspoke but it's a common bullet. Lots of people familiar with so twenty two ways typically less than forty grains score cosgrave are named are waiting grains so it's less than point zero nine ounces. Oh so twenty two is eighty so yeah. My question would be shooting a bullet three hundred much ten ten ten pounds. Basically that would be like a little bomb our big bomb right. It's a big fucking bully yeah yeah but it would go off like a bomb. Who how did they make a bullet that bake a really big prelate would mold. I'm just looking at my large tumbler in my hands and i'm like fivefold this with gunpowder. That would probably like five pounds. Maybe i should have looked at how much at twenty two bullet what's it called completely assembled ways. That's probably close to it yeah. They're not i mean an entire box of them is less than a pound like they are. It's light so despite all this overcompensating endless problems happen enduring testing one of which ended with a gun exploding so the germans decided to discard that project. I should just continue with turkmens at this. Sorry germany love you now. You sucked then oust of you. Most of you <hes> so up. Next is the aerial rammer kinky aram okay later in the war. Germany needed a solution to the fact that the allies were continually rocking german cities and not in a good way tiffany today's once for rock male deaths one solution was to create airplanes assigned to ram into allied bombers thus bringing them to the ground so bumper cars for planes so they have like a pendulum swinging underneath it no they they idea created zeppelin rammer which had steal et wings wings and a ramming knows designed to crush other aircraft while idea was to remain intact so it wasn't like kamikaze now okay because that was the first thing i thought long first base plates bumper space but ironically enough this idea was never actually put to the test since the order for prototypes place in nineteen nineteen forty five during which the allies bombed the factory valets collapsed. You're not you did better johnny johnny speaking of kamikazes. We're not talking about manned. Bombs said thing about it today. We we have essentially remote control moms how would you how would you have that in the nineteen forties. Wouldn't i always pictured just dropping them from playing you stick a main inside of it. That's steered it obviously inside the ball yup. What the hell yeah what so the original suicide bombers yeah. Why don't they original. We'll maybe not original but yeah oh gee suicide bombers so so while not particularly devastating the feis ler one or three ard did had the advantage of having a pilot on board the nazis did take these into production and started conducting tests flights however hitler's military advisers thought suicide missions nations were part of the german warrior tradition and eventually the project was dropped because instead we're pussies and hide behind our leader rights i had in my mind and a bomb opening up and like a ejection me george jetson yeah and then they perished you down down into the explosion the carnage and if they didn't get shot out of the air and they never mind. I got really excited about the nazis. He's burning bush. I have a drink. Actually it's getting dark. Let's let's stick. It drink break. Do we need a chill pill. I'm good okay. We're still taking a break it doc as they moved towards us they grew in height and and slender honest and became became distorted and then i happen to love and i saw this giant eight foot harry creature run across the road was claiming a man's talking to her through the sound machine and walked walkway aid but human no to also. I swear had to stand about seven seven and a half yeah. Hey everybody i'm steven and i'm kyle and we're the host of.

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