The Fire Came By: The Riddle Of The Great Siberian Explosion

The Fire Came By The Riddle Of The Great Siberian Explosion One of the great accidents of nature occurred in Siberia in when a fireball appeared over the horizon and slammed into a remote forest area of Siberia creating shock waves which were felt half a

  • Title: The Fire Came By: The Riddle Of The Great Siberian Explosion
  • Author: John Baxter
  • ISBN: 9780385113960
  • Page: 356
  • Format: None
  • One of the great accidents of nature occurred in Siberia in 1908 when a fireball appeared over the horizon and slammed into a remote forest area of Siberia, creating shock waves which were felt half a world away THE FIRE CAME BY goes into great depth and explores not only what Russian scientists have to say about the affair today, but also enlightened opinions from scientOne of the great accidents of nature occurred in Siberia in 1908 when a fireball appeared over the horizon and slammed into a remote forest area of Siberia, creating shock waves which were felt half a world away THE FIRE CAME BY goes into great depth and explores not only what Russian scientists have to say about the affair today, but also enlightened opinions from scientists worldwide, as well as on the scene reports and interviews The book makes the fantastic comprehensible and gives the event a threatening immediacy.
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    • Krista the Krazy Kataloguer says:

      I'd like to see this book updated, what with the new scientific techniques that have been developed since it was written.

    • Nicole says:

      This book almost got four stars, until the last 30 pages. I liked the book, and it seemed credible and gave a ton of information regarding the explosionbut then at the end,the only conclusion they could come up with was an alien spacecraft? Really? I would love to see an updated version of the book with updates as to what they've found since the late 70's and what new theories are in the works.

    • Norm says:

      A fascinating inquiry into the 1908 Tunguska "event", informative, readable and entertaining. The Tungus region, even today, is remote, harsh and difficult to reach. The authors devote a chapter each to different aspects of the event, providing historical, cultural and geological background, offering eye-witness accounts, presenting the evidence and evaluating the theories propounded over the ensuing decades, sometimes taking fascinating detours into other areas. The chapter entitled "The Fire C [...]

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