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January 30, 2019, 11:48:55 PM
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I am under the impression that a tactical nuke (low yield) at any altitude would have been heard and seen by hundreds of people and very obvious.

Yes it would be visible for some distance. Sound would depend on wind speed and direction but would be weakly audible from distance.

However it would not last long.  Bright flash would last several seconds.  Fire ball 500 metres would last 10 to 20 seconds at a guess .

These devices are not like the massively devastating images usually portrayed on our tv screens.  They are tactical. Designed to be used to stop advancing armies by Capet bombing them.  Designed to take people out via radiation blast rather than infrastructure.

500 metre fire ball would be visible from 70km as an orange orb slightly smaller than the moon would look and last probably a maximum of 30 seconds at a rough guess.


How do you know what the particular effects would be when you dont even know the yield of any such weapon alleged to have been involved  !  ?  This is SPECULATION PILED UPON SPECULATION.

It was either a tactical nuke or it wasn't a nuke at all.  Why? Because a standard fission device would have left more significant evidence in terms of flattened burned trees etc.  A fusion device would be a whole new ball game.  They would never have found the group.  They maybe would find their shadows burned into the rocks where they had once stood.

A tactical nuke would only be several kilotonnes.  This is still a big explosion but more like big conventional weapon.  If it was more than this it wouldn't be tactical.

Dominov is correct when he talks about the development of these tactical devices (late 1950s to early 1960s). he is also right to suspect the covert op.  Nobody seems to be able to explain why they deviated from route.  Nothing in diaries?  What was the device Kolevatov had? It might seem unimportant but until we know what it was it isn't.

In terms of what it would look like then it would,look as I have described.  It would be visible but only if you were outside and looking in the right direction at the right time for the 30 seconds or so that it was visible in the sky.  AND there are reports from people who did see something, but who probably didn't understand what they were looking at.  I suspect others saw it too but never made such reports, so there will be no documented evidence of this.


If its more like a big conventional weapon then why bother with a nuke  ! ?  The deviation is slight but noticeable and may be due to weather or something that scared them in or near to the forest.  Well we really do need as much evidence as possible and for this particular theory there doesnt seem to be any at all  !  ?

I think given the times there was a technological race on.  The tactical device stopped armies but did not destroy infrastructure. You would not want to fall behind in the game.

Agree there are other reasons and possibilities and I am going to explore these also.

There’s plenty of evidence to support the hypothesis. But Given the possible cover up I doubt it is going to just knock on the door and say here I am. Go have to look hard.

Can you explain Doroschenko ‘s oedema or Rustem’s ice bed? Can you explain Rustem one boot? Can you explain the proponderance of socks, gloves in pockets, ski jackets unzipped? Why did they build a den?  Why did authorities ask for radiation checks?

This hypothesis provides credible answers.

January 30, 2019, 11:56:10 PM
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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...

Still unexplained:

  • 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.

Well I think we will find that THEORY and HYPOTHESIS and SPECULATION are all the same terms. Any way whatever you want to call it. I say it still lacks strength. We dont even know if the so called DEN was in fact a DEN. We dont know the exact sequence of events at the TENT and if any of the Group were already outside the TENT when the EVENT happened.

There are things in this mystery that we will never know for sure.  Some the details like where exactly was each person when it all started . All that can be done is to try and make the most credible argument using the information available.  However there are lots of important facts. It’s kind of like finding a jigsaw puzzle with lots of pieces missing. All you can do is put together the ones you do have and try to sense of the missing pieces.

January 31, 2019, 12:03:50 AM
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Not sure how substantiated this is, but was listening to a radio interview with Keith McCloskey on spaced out radio and he said that the night of the DPI two long range nuclear bombers flew over the area on some kind of test run.

He said the theory was that they may have been testing parachute mines.


Is there any EVIDENCE to back this claim up  !  ?

No idea if there is evidence.  I was simply relaying what he McCloskey had said in his radio interview.


Fair enough. Its worth investigating, but I doubt there is any evidence at all and McCloskey is just surmising.

I will only ever put forward evidence with the level of credence it deserves.  That is why in my narrative at the start of this thread I carefully separate actual fact from argument.  I am only interested in knowing what really happened to those people. Don’t care if my theory turns out to be wrong.

if someone else puts forward a compelling argument for a different hypothesis that makes more sense then I will be on board with it.

January 31, 2019, 10:50:30 AM
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I am under the impression that a tactical nuke (low yield) at any altitude would have been heard and seen by hundreds of people and very obvious.

Yes it would be visible for some distance. Sound would depend on wind speed and direction but would be weakly audible from distance.

However it would not last long.  Bright flash would last several seconds.  Fire ball 500 metres would last 10 to 20 seconds at a guess .

These devices are not like the massively devastating images usually portrayed on our tv screens.  They are tactical. Designed to be used to stop advancing armies by Capet bombing them.  Designed to take people out via radiation blast rather than infrastructure.

500 metre fire ball would be visible from 70km as an orange orb slightly smaller than the moon would look and last probably a maximum of 30 seconds at a rough guess.


How do you know what the particular effects would be when you dont even know the yield of any such weapon alleged to have been involved  !  ?  This is SPECULATION PILED UPON SPECULATION.

It was either a tactical nuke or it wasn't a nuke at all.  Why? Because a standard fission device would have left more significant evidence in terms of flattened burned trees etc.  A fusion device would be a whole new ball game.  They would never have found the group.  They maybe would find their shadows burned into the rocks where they had once stood.

A tactical nuke would only be several kilotonnes.  This is still a big explosion but more like big conventional weapon.  If it was more than this it wouldn't be tactical.

Dominov is correct when he talks about the development of these tactical devices (late 1950s to early 1960s). he is also right to suspect the covert op.  Nobody seems to be able to explain why they deviated from route.  Nothing in diaries?  What was the device Kolevatov had? It might seem unimportant but until we know what it was it isn't.

In terms of what it would look like then it would,look as I have described.  It would be visible but only if you were outside and looking in the right direction at the right time for the 30 seconds or so that it was visible in the sky.  AND there are reports from people who did see something, but who probably didn't understand what they were looking at.  I suspect others saw it too but never made such reports, so there will be no documented evidence of this.


If its more like a big conventional weapon then why bother with a nuke  ! ?  The deviation is slight but noticeable and may be due to weather or something that scared them in or near to the forest.  Well we really do need as much evidence as possible and for this particular theory there doesnt seem to be any at all  !  ?

I think given the times there was a technological race on.  The tactical device stopped armies but did not destroy infrastructure. You would not want to fall behind in the game.

Agree there are other reasons and possibilities and I am going to explore these also.

There’s plenty of evidence to support the hypothesis. But Given the possible cover up I doubt it is going to just knock on the door and say here I am. Go have to look hard.

Can you explain Doroschenko ‘s oedema or Rustem’s ice bed? Can you explain Rustem one boot? Can you explain the proponderance of socks, gloves in pockets, ski jackets unzipped? Why did they build a den?  Why did authorities ask for radiation checks?

This hypothesis provides credible answers.


Well a nuke doesnt necessarily explain Doroschenko's oedema or Rustem's ice bed  !  Or Rustem's one boot ! Or the proponderance of socks, gloves in pockets, ski jackets or whathaveyou ! Any thing could explain them.
DB

January 31, 2019, 10:52:53 AM
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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...

Still unexplained:

  • 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.

Well I think we will find that THEORY and HYPOTHESIS and SPECULATION are all the same terms. Any way whatever you want to call it. I say it still lacks strength. We dont even know if the so called DEN was in fact a DEN. We dont know the exact sequence of events at the TENT and if any of the Group were already outside the TENT when the EVENT happened.

There are things in this mystery that we will never know for sure.  Some the details like where exactly was each person when it all started . All that can be done is to try and make the most credible argument using the information available.  However there are lots of important facts. It’s kind of like finding a jigsaw puzzle with lots of pieces missing. All you can do is put together the ones you do have and try to sense of the missing pieces.

Problem is there are lots of possible explanations and its virtually impossible to say given the lack of evidence which explanation is the strongest.
DB

January 31, 2019, 10:55:17 AM
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Not sure how substantiated this is, but was listening to a radio interview with Keith McCloskey on spaced out radio and he said that the night of the DPI two long range nuclear bombers flew over the area on some kind of test run.

He said the theory was that they may have been testing parachute mines.


Is there any EVIDENCE to back this claim up  !  ?

No idea if there is evidence.  I was simply relaying what he McCloskey had said in his radio interview.


Fair enough. Its worth investigating, but I doubt there is any evidence at all and McCloskey is just surmising.

I will only ever put forward evidence with the level of credence it deserves.  That is why in my narrative at the start of this thread I carefully separate actual fact from argument.  I am only interested in knowing what really happened to those people. Don’t care if my theory turns out to be wrong.

if someone else puts forward a compelling argument for a different hypothesis that makes more sense then I will be on board with it.

But is McCloskey putting forward a compelling argument  !  ?  He has made a statement but does he have any evidence to back it up.
DB

January 31, 2019, 03:06:24 PM
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Well a nuke doesnt necessarily explain Doroschenko's oedema or Rustem's ice bed  !  Or Rustem's one boot ! Or the proponderance of socks, gloves in pockets, ski jackets or whathaveyou ! Any thing could explain them.
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It does explain it in terms of the cloud of toxic NO2 as per the original narrative.

The clothing provides evidence that they were not as worried about the cold as the investigation makes out.  Yes the cold was dangerous, but they had other problems like not being able to breath effectively.

January 31, 2019, 03:30:22 PM
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Problem is there are lots of possible explanations and its virtually impossible to say given the lack of evidence which explanation is the strongest.
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Yes, there are lots of possible explanations, but there is only one true explanation.  There are also separate elements to the mystery, and for each element you pin down, you eliminate many of the possible explanations, or at least demonstrate that they are extremely unlikely.

Example - Lyuda's injuries.  Single large and very fast impact, with no obvious secondary large impacts.  She fell and hit the ground front on.  Crushed ribs, crushed nose, massive bruise on front of femur  and strange movement of  hyoid bone. 

If it was a shock wave and she was standing up then it could have easily thrown her up to 50 metres horizontally in which case you would expect additional significant injuries.  Same for Semyon and Thibo.

January 31, 2019, 03:34:59 PM
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But is McCloskey putting forward a compelling argument  !  ?  He has made a statement but does he have any evidence to back it up.
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I don't know much about McCloskey's hypothesis as I haven't read his book.  I have only listened to a couple of radio interviews and he never actually explained his own hypothesis. He just talked about the DPI in general terms and he discussed lots of the possible explanations.

February 02, 2019, 04:56:54 PM
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Well a nuke doesnt necessarily explain Doroschenko's oedema or Rustem's ice bed  !  Or Rustem's one boot ! Or the proponderance of socks, gloves in pockets, ski jackets or whathaveyou ! Any thing could explain them.
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It does explain it in terms of the cloud of toxic NO2 as per the original narrative.

The clothing provides evidence that they were not as worried about the cold as the investigation makes out.  Yes the cold was dangerous, but they had other problems like not being able to breath effectively.

Well its true that most of them left the tent ill equipped to survive the serious freezing weather conditions.  But some of them were later found well equipped.  Suggests to me that they all left the Tent in a hurry with all their mental faculties intact and then about a mile from the Tent made a last ditch effort to survive.
DB

February 02, 2019, 05:01:14 PM
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Problem is there are lots of possible explanations and its virtually impossible to say given the lack of evidence which explanation is the strongest.
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Yes, there are lots of possible explanations, but there is only one true explanation.  There are also separate elements to the mystery, and for each element you pin down, you eliminate many of the possible explanations, or at least demonstrate that they are extremely unlikely.

Example - Lyuda's injuries.  Single large and very fast impact, with no obvious secondary large impacts.  She fell and hit the ground front on.  Crushed ribs, crushed nose, massive bruise on front of femur  and strange movement of  hyoid bone. 

If it was a shock wave and she was standing up then it could have easily thrown her up to 50 metres horizontally in which case you would expect additional significant injuries.  Same for Semyon and Thibo.

Its still impossible to say without further evidence.
DB

February 02, 2019, 05:09:22 PM
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But is McCloskey putting forward a compelling argument  !  ?  He has made a statement but does he have any evidence to back it up.
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I don't know much about McCloskey's hypothesis as I haven't read his book.  I have only listened to a couple of radio interviews and he never actually explained his own hypothesis. He just talked about the DPI in general terms and he discussed lots of the possible explanations.

Well it seems to me that he was just surmising or making it up to fit his own particular theory.  I believe that the Authorities have decided to reopen the Dyatlov Case to amongst other things clarify many points in the Mystery, and therefore eliminate a lot of the wild speculation. We shall see soon.
DB

February 03, 2019, 01:38:01 AM
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But is McCloskey putting forward a compelling argument  !  ?  He has made a statement but does he have any evidence to back it up.
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I don't know much about McCloskey's hypothesis as I haven't read his book.  I have only listened to a couple of radio interviews and he never actually explained his own hypothesis. He just talked about the DPI in general terms and he discussed lots of the possible explanations.

Well it seems to me that he was just surmising or making it up to fit his own particular theory.  I believe that the Authorities have decided to reopen the Dyatlov Case to amongst other things clarify many points in the Mystery, and therefore eliminate a lot of the wild speculation. We shall see soon.

Will be interesting to see what they say

February 05, 2019, 02:59:38 PM
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But is McCloskey putting forward a compelling argument  !  ?  He has made a statement but does he have any evidence to back it up.
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I don't know much about McCloskey's hypothesis as I haven't read his book.  I have only listened to a couple of radio interviews and he never actually explained his own hypothesis. He just talked about the DPI in general terms and he discussed lots of the possible explanations.

Well it seems to me that he was just surmising or making it up to fit his own particular theory.  I believe that the Authorities have decided to reopen the Dyatlov Case to amongst other things clarify many points in the Mystery, and therefore eliminate a lot of the wild speculation. We shall see soon.

Will be interesting to see what they say

Well they dont appear to have said much so far. The Press Conference was in Russian so that doesnt help.
DB

February 17, 2019, 12:43:59 PM
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A test for the low yield nuke hypothesis, if anyone ever has the opportunity.

Ground core samples on the approach to Kholat Syakle and on Kholat Syakhl should help to conclude on this.

Look for sudden spike in strontium 90 about 60 years ago.

Also, an examination of tree rings of an old tree in the forested area near the cedar tree. 

Look for sudden change in growth rate due to change in acidity and nitrate concentration of the soil, nitrates being a good fertiliser.

Also look for strontium 90 spike in tree ring.


February 17, 2019, 04:52:22 PM
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A test for the low yield nuke hypothesis, if anyone ever has the opportunity.

Ground core samples on the approach to Kholat Syakle and on Kholat Syakhl should help to conclude on this.

Look for sudden spike in strontium 90 about 60 years ago.

Also, an examination of tree rings of an old tree in the forested area near the cedar tree. 

Look for sudden change in growth rate due to change in acidity and nitrate concentration of the soil, nitrates being a good fertiliser.

Also look for strontium 90 spike in tree ring.

Iam sure that over the last 60 years plenty of people have had the opportunity to test for RADIOACTIVITY. And the new investigation in March should be interesting.
DB

February 18, 2019, 01:07:15 AM
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A test for the low yield nuke hypothesis, if anyone ever has the opportunity.

Ground core samples on the approach to Kholat Syakle and on Kholat Syakhl should help to conclude on this.

Look for sudden spike in strontium 90 about 60 years ago.

Also, an examination of tree rings of an old tree in the forested area near the cedar tree. 

Look for sudden change in growth rate due to change in acidity and nitrate concentration of the soil, nitrates being a good fertiliser.

Also look for strontium 90 spike in tree ring.

Iam sure that over the last 60 years plenty of people have had the opportunity to test for RADIOACTIVITY. And the new investigation in March should be interesting.

Radiochemical analysis for strontium 90 in the tree rings would probably conclude whether there was any nuclear involvement.  So worth doing IMO.  It's probably one key piece of evidence that would still be there today if there was nuclear involvement.  Obviously if there isn't a step change in strontium 90 then could rule it out properly.  They would need to use a reference sample too as there is likely to be some increase in strontium from other nuclear tests around the world so would need to look for acute step change that shows higher local concentrations that can be explained by comparison with reference sample.

March 12, 2019, 09:37:53 AM
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Had another thought about the tent.

The shock wave from a nuclear device is estimated to be about 3psi overpressure at the tent.

This would have placed the total force on the tent at about 3600kgf. Possible enough to cause significant damage and make it unusable.

March 13, 2019, 01:50:26 PM
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Had another thought about the tent.

The shock wave from a nuclear device is estimated to be about 3psi overpressure at the tent.

This would have placed the total force on the tent at about 3600kgf. Possible enough to cause significant damage and make it unusable.


And as I mentioned elsewhere, we could also have expected plenty of RADIOACTIVE PARTICLES to have been found at the Tent. And apparently non were.
DB

March 13, 2019, 04:03:59 PM
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Had another thought about the tent.

The shock wave from a nuclear device is estimated to be about 3psi overpressure at the tent.

This would have placed the total force on the tent at about 3600kgf. Possible enough to cause significant damage and make it unusable.


And as I mentioned elsewhere, we could also have expected plenty of RADIOACTIVE PARTICLES to have been found at the Tent. And apparently non were.

We don't really know if any contamination was found at the tent.

March 14, 2019, 02:39:01 PM
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Had another thought about the tent.

The shock wave from a nuclear device is estimated to be about 3psi overpressure at the tent.

This would have placed the total force on the tent at about 3600kgf. Possible enough to cause significant damage and make it unusable.


And as I mentioned elsewhere, we could also have expected plenty of RADIOACTIVE PARTICLES to have been found at the Tent. And apparently non were.

We don't really know if any contamination was found at the tent.

Well I thought you may say that, and of course you are correct. We dont know a lot of things. The missing Tent ! ? I wonder if any tests were carried out on it elsewhere once it was taken away by the Authorities, never to appear again or even get a mention apart from the stuff we have been fed regarding the cuts or rips. And that goes for all the Gear in the Tent as well. What became of it ! ?
DB

March 14, 2019, 03:49:12 PM
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Had another thought about the tent.

The shock wave from a nuclear device is estimated to be about 3psi overpressure at the tent.

This would have placed the total force on the tent at about 3600kgf. Possible enough to cause significant damage and make it unusable.


And as I mentioned elsewhere, we could also have expected plenty of RADIOACTIVE PARTICLES to have been found at the Tent. And apparently non were.

We don't really know if any contamination was found at the tent.

Well I thought you may say that, and of course you are correct. We dont know a lot of things. The missing Tent ! ? I wonder if any tests were carried out on it elsewhere once it was taken away by the Authorities, never to appear again or even get a mention apart from the stuff we have been fed regarding the cuts or rips. And that goes for all the Gear in the Tent as well. What became of it ! ?

After the case was closed, it is possible that the evidence was simply poorly looked after?  60 years is a long time to keep things properly stored and catlogued.  Or it deliberately disappeared?  We will probably never know.

The radiation tests and surveys is something that sticks out like a sore thumb in the DPI.  The results of those tests were positive for the clothing.  If the clothing of all the rav 4 were positive, then it's more than likely that the contamination was more widespread. 

It's possible that the contamination is just a coincidence.  It could be the result of fallout from past tests, or nuclear accidents.  Also given the times they were living in there was probably a fair share of paranoia about nuclear and maybe this is why they brought in the radiation detectors.

Again, the answer will lie in the tree rings.  They used the same technique at Hiroshima and showed that there was a large spike of strontium 90.

Regards

Star man

March 15, 2019, 01:10:22 PM
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Had another thought about the tent.

The shock wave from a nuclear device is estimated to be about 3psi overpressure at the tent.

This would have placed the total force on the tent at about 3600kgf. Possible enough to cause significant damage and make it unusable.


And as I mentioned elsewhere, we could also have expected plenty of RADIOACTIVE PARTICLES to have been found at the Tent. And apparently non were.

We don't really know if any contamination was found at the tent.

Well I thought you may say that, and of course you are correct. We dont know a lot of things. The missing Tent ! ? I wonder if any tests were carried out on it elsewhere once it was taken away by the Authorities, never to appear again or even get a mention apart from the stuff we have been fed regarding the cuts or rips. And that goes for all the Gear in the Tent as well. What became of it ! ?

After the case was closed, it is possible that the evidence was simply poorly looked after?  60 years is a long time to keep things properly stored and catlogued.  Or it deliberately disappeared?  We will probably never know.

The radiation tests and surveys is something that sticks out like a sore thumb in the DPI.  The results of those tests were positive for the clothing.  If the clothing of all the rav 4 were positive, then it's more than likely that the contamination was more widespread. 

It's possible that the contamination is just a coincidence.  It could be the result of fallout from past tests, or nuclear accidents.  Also given the times they were living in there was probably a fair share of paranoia about nuclear and maybe this is why they brought in the radiation detectors.

Again, the answer will lie in the tree rings.  They used the same technique at Hiroshima and showed that there was a large spike of strontium 90.

Regards

Star man

It seems more likely that the Tent and other Equipment was kept under lock and key. We know that the Authorities closed the Dyatlov Case down and the area very quickly after the last 4 bodies were found. So that must suggest something very important. Could that importance relate to RADIATION CONTAMINATION of the tent and the other Equipment  !  ?  Or maybe they just had to keep under lock and key anything related to the Event, except the bodies that were buried, of course.
DB

March 15, 2019, 05:18:36 PM
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Had another thought about the tent.

The shock wave from a nuclear device is estimated to be about 3psi overpressure at the tent.

This would have placed the total force on the tent at about 3600kgf. Possible enough to cause significant damage and make it unusable.


And as I mentioned elsewhere, we could also have expected plenty of RADIOACTIVE PARTICLES to have been found at the Tent. And apparently non were.

We don't really know if any contamination was found at the tent.

Well I thought you may say that, and of course you are correct. We dont know a lot of things. The missing Tent ! ? I wonder if any tests were carried out on it elsewhere once it was taken away by the Authorities, never to appear again or even get a mention apart from the stuff we have been fed regarding the cuts or rips. And that goes for all the Gear in the Tent as well. What became of it ! ?

After the case was closed, it is possible that the evidence was simply poorly looked after?  60 years is a long time to keep things properly stored and catlogued.  Or it deliberately disappeared?  We will probably never know.

The radiation tests and surveys is something that sticks out like a sore thumb in the DPI.  The results of those tests were positive for the clothing.  If the clothing of all the rav 4 were positive, then it's more than likely that the contamination was more widespread. 

It's possible that the contamination is just a coincidence.  It could be the result of fallout from past tests, or nuclear accidents.  Also given the times they were living in there was probably a fair share of paranoia about nuclear and maybe this is why they brought in the radiation detectors.

Again, the answer will lie in the tree rings.  They used the same technique at Hiroshima and showed that there was a large spike of strontium 90.

Regards

Star man

It seems more likely that the Tent and other Equipment was kept under lock and key. We know that the Authorities closed the Dyatlov Case down and the area very quickly after the last 4 bodies were found. So that must suggest something very important. Could that importance relate to RADIATION CONTAMINATION of the tent and the other Equipment  !  ?  Or maybe they just had to keep under lock and key anything related to the Event, except the bodies that were buried, of course.

From the witness statements on Ivanov and his behaviour at the ravine following their discoveries it seems to me that he was no longer investigating the incident.  Kind of like he already knew what had happened and was only concerned with removing the last pieces of evidence.  But then why did he want the radiation test of the clothes carried out.  Also, I find it hard to believe that the radiological analysis of the clothes was done before the bodies were recovered, so why were the helicopter pilots concerned about zinc coffins?

Regards

Star man

April 10, 2019, 10:35:30 AM
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Radim

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Your theory can be proved or disaproved by simple test:

1) Go in Dead Mountine, take dozimeter. After 60 years will be radiation spotted.

2) Make the same test with dead bodies. Also on their bodies should be according your theory contamined.

3) for to be sure, contact the Dyatlavov comunity who carries their founded things and make measurement by dozimeter..

Sorry to say that, but
your theory doesnt make for me for 99,99 periodical % sence..

April 10, 2019, 03:33:59 PM
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Your theory can be proved or disaproved by simple test:

1) Go in Dead Mountine, take dozimeter. After 60 years will be radiation spotted.

2) Make the same test with dead bodies. Also on their bodies should be according your theory contamined.

3) for to be sure, contact the Dyatlavov comunity who carries their founded things and make measurement by dozimeter..

Sorry to say that, but
your theory doesnt make for me for 99,99 periodical % sence..

The test that it is required to prove or disprove the theory is to take tree ring samples from the area and analyse for strontium 90 spikes and caesium 137 concentration.

Regards
Star man

April 11, 2019, 02:32:28 PM
Reply #116

Radim

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Your theory can be proved or disaproved by simple test:

1) Go in Dead Mountine, take dozimeter. After 60 years will be radiation spotted.

2) Make the same test with dead bodies. Also on their bodies should be according your theory contamined.

3) for to be sure, contact the Dyatlavov comunity who carries their founded things and make measurement by dozimeter..

Sorry to say that, but


your theory doesnt make for me for 99,99 periodical % sence..

The test that it is required to prove or disprove the theory is to take tree ring samples from the area and analyse for strontium 90 spikes and caesium 137 concentration.

Regards
Star man


?????? ".....analyse for strontium 90 spikes and caesium 137 concentration.
......" what the hell happend to you?
You probably never work with dozimeter. If you take edos and you will go somewhere where is residual Gama ray, they you will find it.

By the way, take dozimeter, turn it on and turn the microvawe machine ´.. You will be surprised (maybe).

April 11, 2019, 02:40:52 PM
Reply #117

Radim

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Why nuclear, why not chemical? Why not seismic weapons, why not biological weapons?
The more I read some stupidity here, the less I wonder.

I don't want to underestimate you, but you're crazy.

April 11, 2019, 04:37:31 PM
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Why nuclear, why not chemical? Why not seismic weapons, why not biological weapons?
The more I read some stupidity here, the less I wonder.

I don't want to underestimate you, but you're crazy.

Why exactly is the weapon test (gone wrong) theory crazy? It fits the time frame, the behaviour of the people involved including the investigators and we know for sure that bombs and other military equipment was being tested somewhere and sometime in 1959. It is a completely logical line of thought along with the murder theory if we have 9 dead bodies found in this condition. Plausible version of events for me. Needs just some verification just like any other theory.

April 11, 2019, 11:40:57 PM
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Why nuclear, why not chemical? Why not seismic weapons, why not biological weapons?
The more I read some stupidity here, the less I wonder.

I don't want to underestimate you, but you're crazy.

So what is your opinion on the distribution of gamma radiation and the likely background rates some 60 years after the event?  What radioisotopes and what gamma energy levels shoul the doseimeres be set to?
What type of dosimeter would you recommend?

I personally haven’t ruled out any of the other theories.  I have presented a theory that fits the findings of the investigation and in particular the radiation findings which sticks out like a sore thumb.

Which method of analysis do you think would give the better more accurate and informative results:

1. Dosimeter
2 radiochemical analysis

Regards
Star man