Denoument of the mystery of tungus meteorite

Denoument of the mystery of tungus meteorite

Sometimes the ordinary character of the formations of the atoms in the Earth atmosphere through lightning changes into a very tragic. This happens when, as a result of a proton irruption on the Sun towards Earth, the quantity of the ions, gathered in the proton radiation belt, suddenly exceeds the critical level. Lorenz force cannot stop them and they rush downwards, increasing constantly their speed. At some point the permanently increasing force of the electrostatic attraction will pull out the electrons, collected under the surface, together with the soil layer, and they will rush upwards. At some relatively low height the two flux will meet and this will lead to instantaneous atom recombination. As we know, during this, the pressure will increase milliard times, and the temperature will grow to 30 000 K. The hydrogen and helium atoms, formed during the explosion, will fly into space.

From the side this looks like the explosion of a big meteorite. That’s why after the explosion people try to find the rests of it. But the content of carbon, silicon, iron and magnesium represents only 1-2% from the mass of ions, so it is practically impossible to find meteorite substance.

A classical example of this kind of event is the Tungus meteorite. On 30th June 1908 in the morning, in the sky of Central Siberia on 7-10 km height a bright flash appeared, and an explosion was heard. It had such a power that on a territory of 2000 km2 trees were fallen down and windows were broken in houses on a hundred kilometers distance. Such a meteorite should have great mass but not a single expedition (in totally 20 of them) could find a piece of it. Many hypotheses were made – from crash of a E.T. cosmic ship and collision between Earth and a mini black hole to mysterious rays of Nikola Tesla. Only the idea from this article didn’t appear, otherwise people would stop with the search of the mythical meteorite that continues even nowadays.

The fail of those searches was explained by the extreme conditions. But on 25th September 2002 in Irkutsk region a similar thing happened. It was called Vitim meteorite. A bright flash appeared in the sky, followed by a powerful thunder and seismic tremor. Despite the fact that the conditions in that area were incomparably better, no one could find a single piece from the meteorite.

Humans like to persist in their wrong conclusions. On 15th February 2013 a flaming comet crossed the sky over Chelyabinsk. The explosion led to a shock wave that resulted in large destructions. The conditions, including the electric-physical phenomena, of the Chelyabinsk meteorite are completely same as the Tungus meteorite. But again, as the official science doesn’t understand the real character of the happening, now people make searches on a huge territory of thousands of square kilometers.

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