EXPLOSION AT TUNGUSKA

EXPLOSION AT TUNGUSKA 7:17 a.m. on June 30, 1908, in the Tunguska region, Siberia, Russia. There was a terrible explosion in the air, 8000m above the ground. Five hours after the explosion, strong underground tremors affected the North Sea, and shook all weather stations in the UK. Even the survey center in Australia was badly affected. Consequences after the terrible explosion was that all the trees in the 18km circumference at the place of the explosion were completely burned; In addition, other trees within 60km2 were broken in half. It was also discovered that buildings 900km away from the explosion site appeared cracks, many factories collapsed.

All animals living in the “Eastern Land” belt (permafrost) 100km from the explosion site were destroyed. According to estimates, the destructive power of this explosion is equivalent to the destructive power of 28,000,000 tons of atomic bombs, moreover its moving speed is up to 4,000m/s. We must remember the atomic bomb dropped by the US. on the city of Hiroshima, Japan, in 1945, the bomb at that time weighed 20,000 tons; and the fastest rocket flight speed until the early 80s of the US was only 25,000m/s. This shows how terrible the explosion in Tunguska was. 19 years after the explosion, Soviet scientist Siulik led a survey team to explore the land of Tunguska for the first time, when he discovered the swamp here. suffering from horrifying holes in the ground, they thought that a meteorite had fallen here.

But, up to now, when we have applied many of the most advanced detection methods, including the use of the largest type of underground probe, even the use of sophisticated and precise instruments. At most, it was still not possible to find any meteorite fragments, or fragments of metals… to prove the hypothesis of the Soviet survey team above correct. From 1961 to 1963, a Another Soviet scientist named Zolormotov led two groups to survey, he finally came up with a hypothesis that: Perhaps this is the remnants of a collision between a medium comet and the Earth. However, when the comet explodes, the core of the comet must be completely burned at an altitude of more than 100 meters, weighing about 5,000,000 tons so there is no reason why we cannot find any fragments of the comet. comet. There are also many people who think this is a nuclear explosion. Since 1957, a group

Small surveyors examined soil and plant samples in Tunguska and found that the emissivity of this land was one and a half times higher than that of 30,000 to 40,000 meters away from Tunguska. As for the plant species, after going through the chemical process, the conclusion was made: Their growth rings show traces of radiation of a layer of highly emitting dust. However, at the time of 1908, there was no country with such a huge source of nuclear energy. So where does this kind of nuclear energy come from? Later on, we have quite a few theories to explain this phenomenon. The snowball hypothesis; hypothesized that fragments of anti-material collide; the vanhau black hole hypothesis; hypothesis about the civilization of an extraterrestrial human species… Until the late 90s of the 20th century, at least scientists had in turn made a series of theories. But there is not a single hypothesis that can completely convince us.

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