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Chunk of ground missing?

Anomalous ground holes appear in the Russian province 08/03/2004 18:27
Ufologists suppose, aliens land on Earth to take ground samples
One morning shepherd Pyotr Malinkin took his cows out to the pasture as usual. Having gone five kilometers into the field the man was shocked to find a huge hole in the ground six meters in diameter. The pit was not on the spot the day before, it appeared overnight. The shepherd said the animals were scared to approach the hole, they did not eat the grass nearby. Specialists of the Labyrinth public group to study anomalous phenomena went to examine the wonder in the field.

Local elderly women confirmed the large hole had appeared in the field indeed. They said the hole had a perfect round shape, as if someone took a huge lump of ground with a cup. Local townsfolk built a fence around the hole not to let curious people and cows fall down in it. The hole became a local place of interest: people come to see it and picnic nearby, others take photographs against its background.

As it turned out, the pit was not round, but oval. It does not look like an excavator pit: there are no bucket tracks on its walls, nothing is seen on the meadow around either - the ground is even. The pit is smooth and vertical inside. There is some water on the bottom of the 4,5-meter deep pit.

Specialists of the above-mentioned Labyrinth group believe the hole probably appeared as a result of UFO\"s activities: aliens landed their spaceship on the meadow to take ground samples. However, ufologists failed to find any evidence to prove the landing of an extraterrestrial spacecraft. Ufologists also proposed the ground hole appeared as a result of a rare inexplicable natural phenomenon. An identical phenomenon occurred ten years ago in the Ryazan region, when a huge crater reminiscent of a shell-hole appeared in the ground near the Sasovo village. Nobody was able to explain the appearance of the pit. Such hole appeared before in the Rostov and Tula regions of Russia.

Local townsfolk told Labyrinth ufologists there was a larger ground hole two kilometers far. It appeared decades ago. Elderly people say village residents used to sacrifice sacks of grain throwing them in the hole to pacify \"something\" under the ground. During the Soviet years they used to throw branches and stones in the hole, but they never managed to cover it. Ufologists tried to find the pit, but they could not find the mysterious pit - numerous trees and bushes have grown in the field.

Local people said there was another mysterious object in their countryside. They said there is an \"angry spring\" on the stream nearby. When a person comes to the spring to take some water, it starts \"boiling.\" If one starts talking near the spring, the water in it boils harder and harder. There used to be a church on the spot where the spring appeared. Legends say the church went under the ground when Napoleon\"s army was advancing in the region in 1812.

The Kaluga region is located on limestone soil. Ground waters can dissolve such soil, creating limestone caves, the vaults of which may tumble down at times. This can be an explanation how the village church went under the ground. It is not ruled out mysterious holes appear for the same reason - the ground was probably sucked in a limestone cave. These holes, ufologists believe, are of the terrestrial origin, although it is hard to explain why the walls of the pits are perfectly smooth and even.


http://english.pravda.ru/science/19/94/378...614_aliens.html

From the edge or maybe a little beyond . . .

SFW
 

Judge Bean

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Great shiney bird come from land beyond, drop frozen blue egg, gods of mountains angry, make great hole in crop.
 

Snow

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Originally posted by Paul J. Lyon@Aug 6 2004, 01:19 PM
Great shiney bird come from land beyond, drop frozen blue egg, gods of mountains angry, make great hole in crop.

Fine Paul LOL.

How about those transcripts asked for in another thread? Or are you just the court jester extraordinaire today?

>:D<

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StarLord

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Paul, you have to stop doing that. Folks here at work think I may be going crazy when I bust out laughing for no reason at all. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Warn a guy EH?? :D
 

Judge Bean

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Originally posted by Snow Fire Watches+Aug 6 2004, 07:29 PM--><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-Paul J. Lyon@Aug 6 2004, 01:19 PM
Great shiney bird come from land beyond, drop frozen blue egg, gods of mountains angry, make great hole in crop.

Fine Paul LOL.

How about those transcripts asked for in another thread? Or are you just the court jester extraordinaire today?

>:D<

SFW
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I'm sorry, what transcripts?
 

StarLord

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Snow Fire,

Have you ever read about the massive explosion up in Siberia ways where the blast radius equaled that of Mt. St. Helens, or more, but without the obligatory ash and debris associated with a volcano type explosion? If I remember correctly, it was before nuclear energy sources. When they went up to explore the site there was no evidence of any radioactivity, thus a different type of energy source exploded, i.e. an vehicle that was never built here on this planet.
 

Snow

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Chunk of ground missing?

Originally posted by StarLord@Aug 7 2004, 10:27 AM
Snow Fire,

Have you ever read about the massive explosion up in Siberia ways where the blast radius equaled that of Mt. St. Helens, or more, but without the obligatory ash and debris associated with a volcano type explosion? If I remember correctly, it was before nuclear energy sources. When they went up to explore the site there was no evidence of any radioactivity, thus a different type of energy source exploded, i.e. an vehicle that was never built here on this planet.

Ya - you are talking about the 1908 Tunguska event. One of the most interesting true unexplained mysteries of our time! There is a new expedition researching there now - I can't remember where I read that, I'll try to find it.

To answer my own question posed by this thread, and the reason I posted the article:

Pamela: 15. what affects are caused on the immediate area where the gravity has been distorted after you leave it and when you arrive? are there permanent effects left on the land such as electromagnetic disturbances in that area?

Timetravel_0: Another good question!!! The only real physical trace is a large chunk of ground missing from the point of origin and a large pile of dirt at the destination. The gravity field surrounds a small portion of the earth under you and takes it along for the ride. There is really no way around this.

From the edge or maybe a little beyond . . .

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Snow

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Ahhh . . . I did find it, another Pravda story - this expidetion is interesting because

\"We intend to uncover evidences that will prove the fact that it was not a meteorite that rammed the Earth, but a UFO,\" stated the team\"s supervisor Yuri Labvin to journalists.

http://english.pravda.ru/science/19/94/378...587_Tungus.html

Another attempt to solve the Tungus mystery
07/29/2004 11:50
Expedition to solve the mystery of Tungus meteorite

New expedition has already set off for Evenkia last Friday in order to solve the mystery behind the popular phenomenon known as Tungus meteorite.

Scientists are hoping to find material evidences disproving the main version of the events which took place almost a hundred years ago. Officially, on June 30th 1908 a huge meteorite descended from the sky and shook taiga, reports RIA \"Novosti\".

\"We intend to uncover evidences that will prove the fact that it was not a meteorite that rammed the Earth, but a UFO,\" stated the team\"s supervisor Yuri Labvin to journalists. [Yuri Labvin has been heading the public fund dedicated to studying the Tungus cosmic phenomenon.

Armed with metal detectors and other innovative gadgets, members of the expedition (14) plan to inspect taiga near the Poligus village as well as surrounding area by the river Podkamennaya Tunguska.

The scouting area is situated in approximately 500 kilometers to the West from the place where previous scientific expeditions used to search for the traces of the fallen meteorite.

Labvin also stated that according to space photography of this region of Evenkia, the area is full of \"metal traces\" which could in fact have something to do with the \"man-caused catastrophe which took place 100 years ago.\" The expedition is scheduled to return back to Krasnoyarsk on August 5th.


Read the original in Russian: (Translated by: Anna Ossipova)

From the edge or maybe a little beyond . . .

Snow Fire Watches
 

Lonewolf

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Chunk of ground missing?

Reading through this thread, I finally felt at home. Is that a bad thing?
 

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