In the story it said it was a meteor that hit the land, and it had more power than that of a nuclear bomb.
But they left some things out, there was no investigation of the rock that fell out of the sky, nor was anyone interested in finding out what was that
fell out of the sky. But in fact, they are wasting their time, there was no rock.
This is a picture of the supposed epicenter of the Event taken in 2008.
As you can see, there is no crater, but if there is, then it must be very shallow.
But if there was no crater, no rock, then what could cause such a devastation to happen in Siberia that effected the whole land?
A particle-beam weapon, commonly known as a proton gun. For those that don't know the science behind it I'll try my best to give you a run down of
what it is.
When this gun fires, a stream of high-speed protons are launched out, they can do little damage by themselves. When they hit a solid surface, the real
destruction happens. This is what happens in less than a second.
The protons are collected together, thus causing a whole lot of electrons/negative charges to come towards this vastly positive charged space. In
doing so, this creates a void in the air of electrons, thus causing a chain reaction. The more electrons gather around this vast positive space, the
more electrons try to fill in the void. This is the implosion, and this is a vast implosion.
Next is the explosion, from one beam of protons. it can cause such a devastating effect. The explosion is powerful enough to dwarf a atomic H bomb.
And for those that don't know how much power a H bomb can produce, here it is.
But why I'm a doing this? Just tell you guys, there are a lot more powerful weaponry out there than just a simple nuke on hand. If people are so
scared of nukes, then this is something 10X worse than biological, chemical, or nuclear attacks.
If terrorist are so desperate to kill people, then why don't they just fire one of these bad boys off? Create another Tunguska Event, spread the lie
that it was a rock out of the sky.
Oh, and another thing about this, after a few years after the incident, the radiation level in the area was high. This is a result of a positive
charge in the air, very harmful to humans.
There may have been at least a fragment of the meteorite found under a lake there that may well be a crater though it is often specualed that it was a
comet fragment or meteor that exploded in the atmosphere causing the observed damage yet leaving no crater or large meteorite to be found. There's a
thread here on ats somewheres that talks about the possible fragment find
This thread may be digging up some old bones, But at least let's break down what happened during this incident.
There was a large tremor,
a super-bright light,
very hot heat,
a high-level of radiation reading,
no fallen rock,
and not only that, the light was strong enough to reach London on a dark night to make it look almost like someone flipped a switch to make it near
Plus just to add to the experience, I've witnessed a meteor falling and it was breaking up, white light, no heat, and it went out mid-air, this
incident was no meteorite falling down and causing a huge ruckus.
Proton Beam Weapon? Most likely on my part.
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Originally posted by trollz
Wasn't the Tunguska explosion caused by whatever is underneath those metallic domes? Aren't there stories of them firing at things in the sky and
nexus magazine years ago did a good article on this subject about the oral record of the people . they describe
metal spheres joining up and flying of to fight this evil very interesting read that and the cauldrons that have been found . i have worked with a few
russians over the years who have said an ancient machine was found in that area that was protecting the planet and even in the 1980s was still doing
it .nexus have it on archive the legends of ucutia i think ? THE MYSTERIES OF SIBERIAN VALLEYS VOLUME 12 DR VALARY UVAROV
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Originally posted by Mandrakerealmz reply to post by CX
I'm pretty sure Nikola Tesla invented one around then. So maybe?
I was just thinking about that, i know he made plans for that death ray thing didn't he, and there was thing that had the potential to oscillate
around the planet and do major damage. Thats probably the worst description of a Tesla invention ever, but someone else will be able to expand further
A question.....how does a meteor "explode" in the sky?
Not that i know anything about them, but i'd have thought they either broke up into smaller bits and disintegrated, or broke up and hit the ground as
small pieces. If they broke up as large pieces, there'd be craters.
So how does a rock explode, like some kind of airburst nuke, allegedly causing this kind of damage?
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