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originally posted by: anticitizen
5) how come some had decomposed tissues and others didn't?
also decomposition in cold conditions like these..?
6) absorbed radiation can't be measured. you need a radiating source that emits the rays - these can be measured. doubt he took some radiators from work to the expedition.
7) for me the corpses look like having been under severe radiation (like for instance missing hair).some more than others.
originally posted by: jaffo
The entirety of this incident has been thoroughly explored and explained in rational, natural terms with no need for ghosts or Yeti or any of that. There was no radiation either. That was added later as the story passed around the internet. It's spooky because of the way it happened and the isolation, but there wasn't anything at play beyond natural and explainable forces.
originally posted by: fishy6
My guess is the Russian military either by mistake or on purpose tested a new type of weapon on them.
Or possibly since UFOs and a yeti were seen in the area maybe the Russians attacked the intruders and the ski party caught the aftermath.
That could explain the radiation.
Could also explain the broken bones with no tissue damage IE a particular type of bomb can do that.
I think the tent was blown down by the force and probably whoever was inside went unconscious for a while from the blast. Later cut their way out of the tent.
Whoever went outside to see what was happening before the shock wave hit, well then they got blown away.
All probably woke up from the shock wave were half frozen and injured in shock and disoriented
I think the tent was raised later to help cover up the incident or possibly partially raised by whatever member was in the best health.
The pass was closed for 3 years after this incident which says something odd happened.