Hunt for Zero Point : One Man's Journey to Discover the Biggest Secret Since the Invention of the Atom Bomb, Paperback

Hunt for Zero Point : One Man's Journey to Discover the Biggest Secret Since the Invention of the Atom Bomb Paperback



In 1966 a group of highly respected aerospace engineers revealed that US scientists were perfecting ways to control gravity.

They predicted a breakthrough would come by the end of the decade, ushering in an era of limitless, clean propulsion for a new breed of fuelless transport systems - and weapons beyond our imagination.

Of course it never happened. Or did it? Forty years later a chance encounter with one of the engineers who made that prediction forces a highly sceptical aerospace and defence journalist, Nick Cook, to consider the possibility that America did indeed crack the gravity code - and has covered up ever since.

His investigations moved from the corridors of NASA to the dark heartland of America's classified weapons establishment, where it became clear that half a century ago, in the dying days of the Third Reich, Nazi scientists were racing to perfect a Pandora's Box of high technology that would deliver Germany from defeat. History says that they failed. But the trail that takes Cook deep into the once-impenetrable empire of SS General Hans Kammler - the man charged by Adolf Hitler with perfecting German secret weapons technology - says otherwise. In his pursuit of the true facts behind Kammler, Cook finally establishes the truth: America is determined to hang onto its secrets, but the stakes are enormous and others are now in the race to acquire a suppressed technology.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 416 pages, facsimiles, , portraits
  • Publisher: Cornerstone
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  • Category: Weapons & equipment
  • ISBN: 9780099414988



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