posted on May, 9 2012 @ 01:37 PM
.So it is a puzzle that seems to defy our understanding of how craters, both impact and volcanic, on a relatively small scale are created.
What is apparent from the debris field is that a tremendous force, either a sudden, explosive-like force or a much slower mechanical force
(rock-quarry machinery?) reduced the bedrock of that area into small pieces and dust. Given either explanation, we are left with a neatly laid out
pile of debris that seems to be only reached by 'copter and definitely would be a rather strange type of quarry.
Since I endlessly promote mass-canceling UFOs here on ATS, I can adapt that concept to this supposed crash area as a possible solution. Suppose that
such a powerful UFO ran into trouble and more or less crashed. I say "more or less" because I would suspect that the ship was under propulsion
power when it hit and retained its massless state.
Imagine what would happen if an object with no mass ran into something that did. Think in terms of sticking your finger into a sandy beach. The
finger actually has a mass, of course, and your weight pushing it deep into the sand. But he point is that the finger remains undamaged, but the sand
all around it is forced to move out of the way and the only way it can go is up, around the sides and length of the finger. The result is a neat,
small cone around the hole once you remove your finger. Little of the sand moved any distance from the finger.
Our massless ship, however, has no inertia as your finger had, but it is being powered to move forward, and it did, forward into the hillside.
Anything that comes into close contact with the ship's field also loses its mass. Yes, even the area of ground directly in front of it,
instantaneously. The massless force field of the ship is not much influenced by the amount of material it encounters--solid rock in this
instance--yet it is being pushed forward by its drive engine and pushes aside the rock in an explosive manner and continues to a depth where the
amount of massless debris slips around the sides the ship. As the ship burrows itself deeper, the debris fills the cavity behind and regains its mass
as its distance from the descending ship increases. Eventually, the regained mass of the debris blocks its own movement such that the ship can
penetrate no further and becomes stalled and locked into its position.
Surely, that is about how the Russians can claim that there is a ship buried under the broken rock.