The Tunguska explosion

We’re dealing with what was perhaps the biggest explosion in history. June 30, 1908. 7: 17 am. Tunguska, Siberian town. Amid the calm of the beginning of the morning, a strong explosion whose origin is still unknown, burst into the tranquility of the moment.

Official sources and distraction sophismas

One of the causes that are most attributed to official sources is that a meteorite hit the Earth. But there is also speculation about a nuclear explosion or an alien attack; the only thing we know for sure is that there were many witnesses who, even from Europe, claimed to have seen strange glows in the sky, accompanied by a very strong red tone around the Sun.

For several days after the event, witnesses also claim to have perceived an object falling from the sky; In addition, some seismic movements were recorded and an increase in atmospheric pressure measurements was presented.

The explosion was described as a fungus of fire and smoke of a gigantic size; Thanks to these descriptions, it was concluded that perhaps it was a nuclear experiment, as some locals suffer from rare diseases and aberrant mutations, similar to those of Chernobyl survivors.

It swept away 2000 kilometers of land, leaving downed trees, burnt forests, but curiously, there was no evidence of craters in the area.

In 1970, a hypothesis suggested the explosion of a comet about 100 meters in diameter came to light, but which left no evidence, because comets are mostly composed of ice.

According to the most serious conclusions made by the researchers, these kinds of events prove two relevant hypotheses: that we are victims of heinous nuclear experiments made by the world superpowers and that we are not alone in the Universe.

The Tunguska explosion
Source: curiosities  
July 27, 2019

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