2. The unknown power is not the size of a firefly....The size of a human...But its light is like it...4. I don't believe it's too cold. If it were, they would all be frozen. But none of them froze, except for two. Both had partial freezing.6. They were all in the Cedar tree anyway....They went to the Cedar to warm up a little and observe the unknown power. Why would they leave? There must be a compelling reason to leave. In all kinds of mass loss events, if there is separation, there must be an important reason for it!!! In dangerous situations, people do not leave each other out of the blue. Even hostile people unite. They were together by the cedar tree. Then they made a plan. They will either stay in the forest and die of the cold. Or they would dare to go back to the tent. They chose to return to the tent. Three people were selected for this. The two Yuri would stay in the tree and near the fire. The other 4 would build a small shelter in the snow nearby. I think 4 people have never dug a cave in the snow. Because they were waiting for the trio who went to the tent. But they scratched the snow a little and made a small place for themselves there. This protected them from the wind.
2. It's a bare slope. From the place by the cedar you would be able to see a firefly the size of a human being!
4. You don't believe? That's what the analysis of the whether that night says. You can't build a theory on "I believe" if there are contradicting facts.
You're selecting evidence according to your theory. If you think, that analysis is wrong, than either provide another analysis stating something else or provide a theory, why it would be warmer.
6. They were in the tree? As in they all climbed the tree? Or did you mean they were by the tree? As in underneath it? Sorry, I usually don't split hairs like this, but in this case, it seems important to me, what you actually mean.
I agree that in situations like this, people don't split up without reason. I understood you were saying the two Juris were send to take a look. To me, that would be a reason. But I think, I misunderstood you and you meant they were together at the cedar and only later did the Juris get their job to observe the slope.
But still: What could that force be? Any suggestions? Without an idea, what might have caused the tragedy in the first place, I'd consider your theory rather invalid.
OK, now it is time to play with our brains. The Dyatlov group never climbed up the tree, nor made a fire. Someone else did both. The smoke attracts two hikers to see what is going on way down below the tent. They are spied on.The hikers do not return.,Others go looking and they do not return to the tent. Abandoned, the tent gets weather beaten. I don't believe word of this.
I like the general idea, but you already posed the most important question: Why wouldn't they take their warm clothes and shoes with them to go look for the reason of the smoke? That doesn't add up.
If you really want to start out there, the only reason I could imagine, would be: They went to look what was there and didn't return, because they were murdered. After killing everyone, the murderers undressed them partly and scattered the corpses. In the end they put stuff back in the tent and cut it.
That leaves questions:
1. Why did they scatter the corpses?
2. Why would they undress them?
3. Why those completely different settings in which the hikers were found?
4. Why leave the tent?
5. Why cut the tent, if the hikers were dead to begin with?
6. What happened to the traces the murderers must have left?
That's all in all completely constructed and illogical. In Germany, we'd call it "Von hinten durch die Brust ins Auge." meaning someone was shot from the back through the chest and finally in his eye. Too complicated, too made up, nothing that'd happen like that.