The low yield nuke theory in combination with a covert op (Some group members) can explain a lot of things.
- The report of lights in the sky, e.g. the reflections of a plane heading toward the Dead Mountain or the explosion itself causing strange strobostobic lights and orbs through a snow storm and causing strange reflections on the clouds hovering over the Dead Mountain
- The deviation from the planned route and the location of the tent (receive radio signals)
- The existence of so many cameras. They were expensive and not available for the common ppl.
- Tins with wires etc.-> Kolevatov's device in combination with pyrit from the abandoned mine.
- The detection of nuclear contamination on some of the clothes (maybe the bomb was not very perfect. More like a dirty neutron bomb)
- NO2 as a byproduct of nuclear explosions causing edemas (Doroschenko)
- Possible conflicts or fights among the group members
- Even the possibility of small snow slabs (No super avalances)
- The fact that some of the members didn't seem to behave like freezing ppl. The air around the explosion could have been heated for some time.
- The fact that 4 group members didn't try to get back to the tent because of the radiation. They were waiting. They were better dressed and had shoes but didn't try to get back to the tent.
- The interpretation that they built a lookout post on the cedar
- The possibility of the presence of Mansi People. They would have wanted to know what happened... Who would they blame?
- The absence of at least two diaries (Kolevatov's and Thibeaux's). There are suggestions that the military was on site before the search party.
- The picture «Three heads»
- Restricted access to the area for THREE years although the Dyatlov group died of hypothermia and a compelling force...
- Missing shoes
- The sock business
- Cuts in the tent
- Missing eyeballs
Your theory, if that is what it can be called, doesnt really explain much at all. All you are offering is POSSIBLE THIS AND POSSIBLE THAT ! ? And the usual ASSUMPTIONS.
To be accurate, it is a hypothesis rather than a theory. There are no theories for the DPI.
If you read the original post it presents a narrative that attempts to explain the events of the night. I think it presents a possible explanation for many things, including:
Why Semyon had his camera, and why many of the group were outside the tent watching or observing this test.
Why they left the camp site.without their shoes - immediate distress caused by high concentration of NO2
Why they chose the Cedar tree - tall enough to climb above a layer of toxic smog.
How they got many of their injuries - climbing tree (small scratches and abrasions), falling out of the tree - losing consciousness due to the delayed effects of NO2 poisoning which slowly causes inflammation of the lungs, Odema, methemoglobin and hypoxia. Later posts examine the chest injuries in detail including breaking forces, which are entirely consistent with falling out of a tree onto the ground.
Why they built the den - because the people injured falling out of the tree meant they could not attempt to go back to the tent.
Ultimately it explains the strange deaths of those with non life threatening injuries and who obviously didn't die of hypothermia. - NO2 poisoning.
Dominovprovides the background and context for the whole thing and may explain what they were doing there. Dominovs observations of the clothes clearly shows that hypothermia was not their biggest worry.