The "Siberian Event" of 1947

I read that in this century, there have been only two (cosmic) events that would have destroyed a city, and that both of them occurred in Siberia.

One is the well-known “Tunguska Event” of 1908.

Another one occurred in 1947.

I had never heard of that one–has anyone else???

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How could you claim something happened in 1947 and at the same time state that you never heard of it? Details are in order, bub.

I think that the Communist brainwashing techniques are beginning to lose their grip on his mind–the memories are beginning to come to the surface!

I think it depends on how you could define ‘a city-destroying cosmic event’ as there have been MULTIPLE instances where NORAD has seen a meteor and believed it for a moment to be a nuclear or non-nuclear missile. Thankfully, their detection of such things is getting pretty good, but that still didn’t stop them from getting a bit rattled when a meteor did an air-burst over one of the oceans during desert storm.

Hey, give me a break.

I read about it last night in a book written by the smartest man of all time–Isaac Asimov.

But it was just a passing reference–no details.

Come to think of it… are you sure it was 1947 and not 1945? Ol’ Izzie Asimov could’ve been waxing poetic about Hiroshima…

From http://meteorites.simplenet.com/info_4.htm


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Oh, just for fun… This guy manages to link the Sikhote-Alin meteroite, the Tunguska event, the “Roswell Incindent” and about a dozen other things together.
http://www.globaldrum.com/rvlakeside/birthday.htm