29 May 2009

Tunguska Flying Saucer

It's In The Stones

Russian scientists (who have clashed with American scientists on the nature of the Tunguska blast of 1908 for decades as part of an ongoing Cold War rivalry) now say that the meteor that blew up in the atmosphere did not do so because of the ram pressure on entering the atmosphere (yes, I had to look it up too), but because a flying saucer crashed into it to spare the Earth from total destruction. Dr. Yuri Lavbin of the Tunguska Spatial Phenomena Foundation says that the flying saucer took on the suicidal mission to save the Earth because the meteor was so large it would have killed all humans on impact. How does he know this? Because he has found ten quartz crystal fragments at the blast site that depict astronomical features speculated to be star charts and even a portrait of the creatures that made the stones. A powerful laser was used to try to etch the stones but found they were very resistant and produced only faint markings. Dr. Lavbin concluded that there is no current technology capable of producing the markings on the stones, ruling out their creation in 1908 or at some other time as a hoax. As usual the Urban Mystic defers making a decision as to the authenticity of the doctor's work until farther evidence is collected.