8 thoughts on “ The Tunguska Riddle ”

  1. The Riddle of Tunguska: So far this century, two objects from outer space have struck the earth with enough force to destroy a whole city. The first time it happened was in June , when something fell out of the sky and exploded in Siberia near the Tunguska River.
  2. The Tunguska Riddle: a new theory. The mother and father of the BOMB! Dimensions of Biodiversity. National Science Foundation | Science Rating: Rated: 0 times Format: PDF. Published: Feb Downloads: Pages: Earth is losing species more rapidly than scientists can understand the roles they play and how they function. With this species.
  3. The Tunguska-SM is Russia's Tier 0 anti-air vehicle. It excels at taking down helicopters and can bring down infantry with relative ease. Lore. Introduced in the s in order to replace the relatively unsophisticated Shilka, the Tunguska was originally armed with a set of two 30mm autocannons and four surface-to-air missiles.A new version of the vehicle was adopted during the modernisation.
  4. Tunguska is a isolated region located in Siberia, Russia. On the morning of the 30th June a mysterious explosion over the sparsely populated Eastern Siberian Taiga flattened 2, km2 ( sq mi) of forest. It caused no known casualties among humans. This would later be known as the "Tunguska Event", and was caused by a large number of unrelated causes.
  5. Secret Files: Tunguska. by Deep Silver. Walkthrough by MaGtRo October Gameplay: The game I played came in a DVD-ROM disk. It is a point and click mouse controlled game. At the start frame, a configure selection is present. Here you can change resolution, display and software cursor settings. The Main Menu has New Game, Load Game, Options.
  6. Jun 27,  · "Tunguska is the largest cosmic impact witnessed by modern humans," said David Morrison, a planetary science researcher at Ames. "It also .
  7. A fascinating inquiry into the Tunguska "event", informative, readable and entertaining. The Tungus region, even today, is remote, harsh and difficult to reach. The authors devote a chapter each to different aspects of the event, providing historical, cultural and geological background, offering eye-witness accounts, presenting the Reviews:
  8. Russia, Tunguska. Search the jeep. Take the green first aid kid. Take the sachet of ketchup. Examine the garbage. Zoom out. Examine the first aid kit which turns out to be a real Russian first aid! Examine the reindeer. Examine the water basin. Examine the huge barrel. Enter the entry of the tent. Talk to the man on the bed, Evenk.

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