In 2001, a California defense contractor built a small replication of the Nazi Bell device, and it produced effects just as Igor Witkowski and Nick Cook had reported on the original project. The Nazi Bell replication was built by SARA under funding from Joe Firmage’s ISSO startup, and developed around an applied engineering model of Einstein’s Unified Field Theory. In short, it was a modern attempt at a scale replication of the original Nazi Bell experiment, based largely on their interpretation of the original Bell design.
The Nazi Bell replication is important because it offers validation for the research of Igor Witkowski and Nick Cook, but also because it demonstrates the application of theories proposed by Dr. James Corum and John Dering that offer explanations for not only the Nazi Bell experiment, but for the Philadelphia Experiment and the Hutchison Effect as well. In short, these are Unified Field Theory effects, which explains their strange side effects and unpredictable nature.
The Nazi Bell replication that Coruma and Dering participated in was related to WW-II German research, but the modern replication had been financed by Joe Firmage’s ISSO startup for about 1.2 million dollars, and wasn’t an exact replica of the original device. SARA’s version was much smaller (about 100 watts) and they’d modified the design, since they didn’t actually know many of the details of the original Bell’s construction.
SARA tested their mini-version of the Bell and found that it effectively produced a gravitational back-EMF that they couldn’t shield against. That’s important, because SARA does electromagnetic shielding on the B-2 bomber, and even with their expertise they tried everything imaginable before realizing that it was a time-space distortion effect. They shut the experiment down when ISSO funding dried up, although the claim is that if the cash is available, they still have the unit ready & waiting for more tests.
The Nazi Bell replication effort is also important because it validates the role of higher-dimensional models of physics in the development of advanced propulsion technology. Einstein’s Unified Field Theory, largely the base of the Nazi Bell replication effort, is a direct ancestor of today’s M-Theory (Brane-Theory) models, which are predicting warp-drives and other cutting-edge technologies.
The Nazi Bell replication offers advice on engineering Unified Field Theory effects as well: Dering has repeatedly suggested that Gabriel Kron’s work both identifies and eliminates higher-dimensional effects from traditional electrical equipment to increase efficiency, and it has done so since Kron introduced his model to the engineering community in the 1930’s, which would explain why UFT effects are not present in conventional electrical equipment. By understanding how his models eliminate UFT effects in today’s equipment, it may be possible to design experimental devices that instead maximize these effects for research purposes.
Gabriel Kron is generally considered to be one of the most important contributors to modern electrical engineering, and he viewed these effects as wasteful interference that reduced the efficiency of all types of systems, especially those containing rotating magnetic fields. The models that he developed sought to eliminate higher-dimensional interference in order to bolster the efficiency of electrical equipment. In other words, warping time-space takes energy, and Kron wanted electric motors to spin a driveshaft, not the space-time around it.