Tunguska Mystery Solved
Posted by keelynet on February 15, 2010
Well, it’s a new take on it if nothing else. You know how these things go, people love mysteries and hate to see them solved.
“Researchers from Cornell University have confirmed that the mysterious Tunguska explosion was caused by a comet. In 1908, this explosion levelled 830 square miles of the Siberian forest. Now the new findings have been validated, strangely enough by the exhaust plume from a NASA space shuttle. The two events are related by bright and night-visible clouds, also known as “noctilucent” clouds which are developed when ice particles form at high altitudes in extremely cold temperatures.
A few days after the Tunguska Explosion, reports from Europe, especially Great Britain, described night skies that shone brightly. Noctilucent clouds could be the only reason for this phenomenon. The comet would have begun to break up at the thermosphere and release copious amounts of water vapour, just like the space shuttle.
Previously, there has been discussion on how this vapour travelled so far without scattering and diffusing, as expected according to conventional physics laws. ”There is a mean transport of this material for tens of thousands of kilometers in a very short time, and there is no model that predicts that,” Kelley said. “It’s totally new and unexpected physics.”
The development of this ‘new’ physics could be due to counter-rotating eddies with extreme energy. Water vapour can travel at speeds of 300 feet per second when caught in these eddies.” – Full Article Source
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