posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 10:54 AM
I thought some of the explorations turned up the exact location. I understood that they pinpointed the exact location by looking at the way the trees
were fell. The ones in the direct center, where the meteor exploded overhead, where still standing.
Also, would it take a UFO to cause a meteor to explode overhead? Couldn't the massive atmospheric resistance cause the meteor to be under such
pressure from it's incredible speed that it explodes, well before hitting the ground?
It is interesting to note that some of the witnesses did claim seeing the meteor beforehand and it apparently changed directions. Some seem to think
that this was a UFO that had malfunctioned and exploded - nuclearly - in the sky above.
I will try to find the read that details this. the same article also tells how people were able to read the newspaper at night for several days,
because of the intensity of the blast and it's remaining effects on the night sky.
Tunguska is defnitely one of my favorite topics to read and learn about. Thanks Op.
edit on 28-12-2010 by esteay812 because: wrong speeling and