Possible yes with the right mix of autoloading main guns, cameras to give all around vision and padding. Is it practical? Maybe but I cant really see what the advantages are of such a layout given other issues such a layout would have.Is it viable to design a tank with the crew being fully in a prone position?
Guys create some ridiculous Wunderwaffen
Before WWII Psilocybin was basically unknown in Western culture except as a poisonous mushroom to avoid. No one really sought it out (except maybe the sort who'd be regarded as a witch). The only knowledge would be in anthropology (records of Siberian peoples who used Amanita muscaria mushrooms) or obscure historical accounts of Mesoamericans using Psilocybe mushrooms. If the young Hitler was that interested in anthropology--he did enjoy Western novels, so maybe (like a few relatives of mine) he'd want to learn more about the actual period--he'd have access to biased but still reliable descriptions of the Apache or other peoples who appeared in novels by Karl May or others. Maybe he'd discover peyote from those descriptions and travel to the United States or Mexico to partake in it.What if Hitler took Psilocybin as a young man?
The question seems awkward but it is not. Psychodelics were shown to change people's personalities in quite a dramatic way