Hello forum readers,
on August 9, 2019 I published an article here under the theory "Katabatic Wind".
Dr. Borzenkov (WAB) was so friendly and corrected many inaccuracies. We have regular e-mail contact.
R. Holmgren also has lively e-mail contact.
Then I completely revised my article. I would now like to publish this new article here. Teddy was kind enough to open a new theory discussion.
The decisive factor was that I developed a new theory that explains the "Dyatlov accident" from the medical, psychological side. The precise definition of the medical situation is precisely defined by the World Health Organization (WHO).
My article is written in German. The translation into English would have cost me a lot of time again. And I've already spent around 500 hours on it
. But that's no longer a problem these days with the translation programs.
In addition, many read only parts of the article and they are mostly explanatory pictures.
I wish everyone a Merry Christmas
I am currently in Thailand, at 30 ° C Abstract:
The following article examines the "Dyatlov accident" at the "Kholat" in 1959.In the first part
, all relevant orographic data are recorded.
Then the weather from January 31, 1959 to February 2, 1959 is recorded in detail, based on the positions of the sun and the relief of the "Kholat" and the western pre-valley.
With the help of the "Venturi Effect", the flow conditions of the wind to the "Kholat" are calculated by developing a formula. The "Mass Inflow" of very dense and cold air from the north, which flows in from the northern slopes of the western pre-valley, is considered as a very decisive factor. This cold air supply corresponds exactly to the definition of the "Catabatic Wind".
You can divide the wind area of the general weather situation into 2 areas. Wind from SW to WNW and WNW to NNW.
A cyclone that was formed in the North at the time is considered.
Based on several expeditions, recently by Dr. Borzenkov, R. Holmgren, Joshua Gates and others the formula is checked and confirmed using the wind speeds.In the second part
, meteorological waves are examined and the visible signs of strong winds in the form of snow fields and wind abrasion zones on the mountain peaks are documented.
The possibility of "Karman’s Vortex", which can be observed worldwide on mountains, is being considered at the "Kholat".In the third part
, various theories that could have led to misfortune are discussed. Special mention should be made of "Electrostatic Charges", "Impulse Changes" of the strong wind and "Infra-Sound".
Completely new as a theory is the medically defined "stress response" according to ICD-10-WHO 2019 (F43.0).https://icd.who.int/browse10/2016/en#/F40-F48https://www.dimdi.de/static/de/klassifikationen/icd/icd-10-who/kode-suche/htmlamtl2019/block-f40-f48.htm
Afterwards, the group, which was brought to the limit of its physical and psychological powers by the hurricane and the cold, gained the clear realization that their death is imminent and develops the "stress response".
The consequence of this is consciousness narrowing, limited attention, the inability to process stimuli, disorientation and escape reactions (Fugue)
The behavior in the tent discussed worldwide and leaving the tent, sometimes without shoes and outer clothing, can be easily explained.After correcting some errors that friendly and interested users informed me, I created a new version