Hole in Siberia

A new phenomenon in the world.

In the summer of 2014 while flying their traditional route, a helicopter team found a huge hole in Siberia.

Aerial footage:

Inspection of the hole allowed scientists to establish its dimensions: internal diameter – 40 m, external – 60 m.

Explosion of an Alien Object

This version does not hold water. The funnel absolutely does not resemble such objects.

In addition, the level of radiation in the hole area is lower than in the city.

Sink Hole

On the Yamal Peninsula in Siberia there are a lot of karst sinkholes, but they are in no way similar to the hole.

Human Activities

Careful inspection of the area around the hole found no signs of human activity (in the North traces of human activity are preserved for years). Also, there is no known technology that would lead to such consequences.

Powerful Rise from the Bottom

This is the most likely cause.

According to scientists, the formation of the hole was caused by the pressure that came from inside planet earth.

Freezing of land near the crater was only 70 cm. And this in the area of permafrost!

Obviously, there was a release of the rock from the inside out and its distribution in the surrounding areas. Small fragments flew up to 120 meters from the edge of the hole.

At the same time there are no traces of exposure to high temperature, no erosion, and the walls of the hole are smooth.

That is, it was a unique mechanical release.

Definitely, it was not man-made and not space, but a natural phenomenon.

Footage from the location:

What Could Be Assumed?

A release of pent-up natural gas, whose pressure due to yet unknown causes created a “sinkholes in reverse”, i.e. the ceiling of karst cavity, ready to fall, did not fall, but flew out as a cork.

It is possible that the gas pressure was generated by the underground river on the bottom of the crater, or, to be exact – an obstacle that clogged the crater.

After the release of the ceiling of the cavern, the river has found a new direction and lowered its pressure. This could explain the fact that the water is still on the bottom of the hole.

More plausible is the theory of geological movement in the area of ​​the hole, when a release of large quantities of gas from inside takes place. Gas, rushing to the surface, creates enough pressure to “open up” karst cavity.

P.S. Before the discovery of the hole in Siberia such objects were not seen in any place of the world. It is completely unique.

P.P.S. After drawing attention to the hole it turned out that a year ago near a village the same hole, but smaller was found. But then the finding did not attract much attention …


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