Altercation on the pass / Re: The refutation of only one thing that destroys the theory of a quarrel!« Last post by Jean Daniel Reuss on June 12, 2021, 03:35:56 PM »
....................................What is CLEAR FOR ME PERSONALLY:
1. No one in the group belittled anyone, we just looked at it from a different angle.
2. The relationship in the group was good.
3. But... Kolevatov's birthday in the fall, and then winter! How so?
Again, to hell with that theory for now.
There is such a thing as"Second birthday","Second time born". What does it mean?
This is the day when a person was on the verge of life and death, and miraculously survived.
A. Kolevatov - a child of war, maybe what happened in childhood that could kill him, and when he survived-he was "born a second time".
That's all, share your opinion in the comments!
It is rather Semyon Alekseevich Zolotaryov (Born on 2 Feb 1921), who can be qualified as a child of war since he was integrated in the Soviet army from October 1941 to May 1946. And all those who have an idea, even fuzzy, of what could be the Eastern Front are very impressed !
Aleksander Sergeevich Kolevatov (Born on 16 Nov 1934) was an arguably bright student of nuclear physics, he was a 4th year student as a Physics Major at the UPI University.
In my opinion, the episode of the sharing of the tangerine as well as the manner in which Kolevatov's birthday or anniversary is related are irrelevant to the resolution of the DPI problem.
I think that Eduard Tumanov himself, who since the post of April 08, 2019 - (https://forum.dyatlovpass.com/index.php?topic=411.0) - has intervened several times in Russian TV shows now agrees with the expression : "the hikers took part in a fight, againt outsiders."
Consequently, the reasons for the transformation of Dubinina's mood is an important purely psychological element which is closely connected with the arrival of the (probably) trinome of attackers on the slope of the Kholat, Syakhl on the evening of 1 February 1959.
Yes, I've never put stock in the theories that the hikers fought amongst themselves. There may have been arguments, disagreements, tiffs, or even quarrels, but only children allow disagreements to turn into fistfights. Their very survival depended on working together, and they knew this well.
The members of the hike had to apply to join the hike, and then had to be accepted. The team must contain people who work well together and who could follow the leader's instructions. Dyatlov had a hand in choosing the members; having been on hikes with them before, he would have a good sense for the interpersonal dynamics at play.
This, I believe, is one reason Lyuda writes that they didn't really want Zolotaryov to join the group: no one knew him. Everyone else knew each other; they knew what the group dynamics would be; they had a good idea of how the interactions would play out. A new person in the mix could make it awkward. Zolotaryov, however, seems to have been agreeable enough not to make problems for anyone.
Whatever caused the tragedy, it wasn't a fight amongst themselves.
Congratulations mk, this is very well said and explained in few words.
Hello, dear friends!I use Google Translate, so there may be some stupid mistakes.
On the internet you can find several free machine translation programs that seem fairly adequate for the translation and the theme.
Personally I use DeepL for various European languages: French, English, Russian, German, Polish, Romanian, Czech...
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