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"Dyatlov Pass" 事件は核爆発による被害だ…という説

はじめに


・"Dyatlov Pass" 事件については下の過去記事で取り上げた。

1959年1月~2月、ロシア: 9人が犠牲になった "Dyatlov Pass" 事件(途中:その1) (2013-03-14)

・この事件にいて、タイトルのような説を見かけた。

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・この説の概要。


One of the great unsolved mysteries of the 20th century may have taken a step closer to resolution, thanks to a late 20th century invention that has changed more than just mapping. That invention is Google Earth and the mystery is the Dyatlov Pass Incident which refers to the unsolved deaths of nine skiers in the Ural Mountains of the then Soviet Union who perished in strange and unusual ways that appeared to be unspeakably horrifying.

“On the pass Dyatlova found traces of a nuclear explosion”

Planetanovosti.com reports (in a rough translation - another gift from Google) that Valentin Degteryov, a longtime Dyatlov Pass investigator, claims he has found a previously unknown crater approximately thirty meters (98 feet) in diameter about three km (1.86 miles) from the location of the pass on the eastern side of the Kholatchakhl mountain (the name ironically means “dead mountain” or “lack of game” in the local Mansi language) where on February 2, 1959, a group of experienced ski hikers led by Igor Dyatlov mysteriously perished. After examining an aerial photograph of the terrain at 61 ° 45’48.6 “N 59 ° 24’30.2” E, Degteryov concluded he was looking that the remnants of a weak nuclear explosion, which turned rocks in the area to a reddish glass.


・この説では説明がつかない事柄。

And yet … Degteryov found something he believes can only be explained by a nuclear explosion. (The image can be seen in this video at about 0:56.) Of course, it’s winter in the Urals, so he won’t be able to mount an expedition until spring to examine the area himself. It seems strange, with the amount of investigating that has already taken place in and around the pass that no one has found it before. Also, the nuclear option doesn’t explain some of the unusual injuries (broken bones without an external wound, missing tongues and eyes) or the report by another group of hikers about 50 km (31 mi) away who claimed they saw strange orange spheres in the sky that same night.


ref: https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2018/11/impact-crater-reportedly-found-near-site-of-dyatlov-pass-incident/


この説を解説した短い動画


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・Impact Crater Found Near Site of Dyatlov Pass Incident?


(2018-11-23)
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