The Mystery Of Siberia’s Exploding Craters

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The mystery of Siberia’s exploding craters can be explained with one word – meteorites. I don’t know about you but that word stumps me. But I have a friend in Siberia who claims to know the secret of Siberia’s exploding craters. So let me ask him: Have you ever noticed the similarity between the cratering phenomena of Siberian’s craters and those of the Mars Orbiter? In both cases, there are circular depressions on the surface of the moon. Are you familiar with the expression “self-explanatory”?

Now then, let me ask you this: If you were to study the effects of a nuclear explosion in your backyard and compare it to the cratering on the moon, which would you say was the “self-explanatory”? You would surely guess that the nuclear explosion was the self-explanatory. That’s exactly what I thought. But it turns out that there is a lot more to it than that.

In fact, there is a great deal more to it than that. And that is what I found out while doing some research on the Crater Moon project. In fact, the reason why it’s so interesting is because it’s so different from the cratering on Mars. That’s what drove me to do this research. The fact that there aren’t any craters on Mars means that we don’t have a ready made scientific explanation for the phenomenon.

And that’s just my own personal puzzle. There are many mysteries in the world and some of them are very interesting. The truth is, no one has been able to solve them yet. The only thing that makes this the “mystery of Siberia’s exploding craters” is that it’s solved – at least for now.

The other big question is why all the sudden there are these sudden Crater Moon phenomena. That too is simple to understand. It looks like there were huge ice explosions near the poles, and those explosions spewed huge amounts of material into space, and that material came tumbling down to the Earth. That’s all that’s left to explain – why all the sudden there are these exploding craters. That may very well be an explanation for why there are so many craters in the first place.

I certainly hope this article is of interest and that is has propelled thought. The goal is simple; to help you in your quest to be the best in 2021. I thank you for reading my many articles on diverse subjects, which interest you. I thank you also for being with me, when needed, in 2021.

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