Skip to comments.Tunguska, Siberia - Russian scientists claim discovery of alien spaceship
Posted on 08/11/2004 8:31:43 PM PDT by HAL9000
Discovered remains of an extraterrestrial vessel in Siberia (scientists)
Russian scientists affirmed to have discovered the remains of an extraterrestrial spaceship fallen in 1908 on the site from Toungouska, in Siberia, brings back Wednesday evening the Russian agency Interfax.
The scientists, who belong to the Fund of the space phenomenon of Toungouska, also on the spot found a stone of 50 kg which they sent for analysis to Krasnoyarsk, town of Siberia.
The cataclysm of Toungouska, which has occurred in a desert area of Siberia, constitutes one of the greatest scientific mysteries of the 20th century.
June 30, 1908, which could have been a meteorite exploded with a few kilometers of the Toungouska river, causing a shock wave perceived to hundreds of kilometers to the round and devastating 2.000 km2 of Siberian forest.
But the exact nature of the body which exploded and its origin remain a mystery.
Undoubtably, someone will be along shortly to explain the antimatter theory for the 1908 explosion in Siberia.
That would be me, and here goes:
It doesn't matter, it happened in 1908.
Wreckage of alien device reportedly discovered at Tunguska Meteor site
TURA, Russia. Aug 11 (Interfax-Siberia) - Experts of the Tunguska Space Phenomenon public state fund in Siberia announced that they have discovered wreckage of an alien technical device in the place where the Tunguska meteor fell almost 100 years ago.
A giant piece of space rock, later named the Tunguska meteor, is believed to have collided with the Earth 65 kilometers from the village of Vanavara (Evenkia) on June 30, 1908. The first expedition to examine the area was organized in 1927 by Professor Leonid Kulik. However, no wreckage of an alien device was discovered.
The Evenk autonomous district administration's press service reported that the most recent expedition had been working in the western sector of the district. The route for the expedition was charted based on pictures taken from space near the village of Poligus in the Baikitsky district.
Researchers argue that they have discovered parts of an alien device which they believe crashed on June 30, 1908. They also found a rock weighing about 50 kilograms and sent it to Krasnoyarsk for analysis.
Expedition chief Yuri Lavbin said the results of the expedition inspire the hope that the mystery of the space phenomenon will be solved by the 100th anniversary of the Tunguska meteorite disaster.
I see you and raise you.
This was from an early 'area 51' site.
Paleo-Germans from the South Pole....
They had the original Nazi 'Grail'....
Whether they found true remains of an alien ship or not, I'd have to think it was not directly involved in that particular catastrophe, as there wouldn't be much left to find. We may not know what happend there, but it was comparable to a nuke event.
This is either true, and somewhat disconcerting....
Or, it could be the work of some Russian guy trying to make a buck off some suckers...
Geez, I hate having to try to figure these things out!!!
Moriarty was the issue. This was an elaborate plot to kill Sherlock Holmes. Everyone knows that.
Isn't this also the place that some people attribute to Nikola Tesla's device? The one he tested and it exploded in Siberia?
'At 7.00am on 30th June 1908 near the lower Tunguska River, Siberia, a large explosion occurred. The explosion was so massive that it caused damage 400 miles away, and was heard even further. Even the heat that came out from the explosion was felt hundreds of miles away.
For several nights all over northern Europe, the sky glowed enough to light the street of London. At first it was assumed that a massive meteorite had collided with the earth.
Given the remoteness of the area it was not until 1927 that an expedition was mounted to investigate the crash area. The expedition could not locate any bits of meteorite which puzzled them due the size that the meteorite would have to have been to create such a large explosion.
Another puzzle for the expedition was the way the tress were felled in an outward motion and that in the centre an area of trees were still standing, although all their bark and branches have been destroyed.
After the Second World War and the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, photos of the cities were compared with aerial photos of the Tunguska blast, and they were stunning similar.
As a result of this various scientists speculated that a nuclear explosion had taken place over the area, hence explaining the tree formation, and because no nation possessed nuclear device the logical conclusion was that it was from an exploding alien nuclear powered craft.
Other theories started to be banded around ranging from pinpoint black holes, and antimatter particles.
Many of the witnesses to the original crash spoke of seeing and oval-shaped mass moving across the sky, as well as seeing the object change course, and of having a very low speed.
Most people today believe that what hit Tunguska was simply a meteorite, but the alien craft theory still has a lot of credibility. As with most of these cases that occurred long ago, we shall probably never know for sure.'
Forget antimatter, it was a comet.
Bush's granddaddy's fault.
How do you do it?
So quick on the draw!(Pun intended)
Saw in the "paper" (Weekly World News) last week that there is an Eskimo tribe on Mars. Now how do you suppose they got so lost? An ancient link to "F-Troop's" heckowi tribe?
All your Russian Scientist are belong to us.