People have reported witnessing unusual lights and mystery objects in the sky since ancient times. Ufology is the pseudoscientific study of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and alien encounters that has succeeded to captivate thousands of people. In the canon of UFO tales, however, there are occurrences that remain unexplained. (UFO on a Siberian mountain)
Nearly everyone is familiar with the Roswell incident, the Kecksburg UFO encounter in Pennsylvania, and the Rendlesham Forest incident in England. Yet, there are many more UFO sightings with several witnesses and stellar UFOs throughout human history. In addition, reports of unexplained flying objects continue to be received from throughout the globe. Likewise in Russia, where a weird object supposedly struck a mountain, triggering a landslide and obstructing a river, putting neighboring towns at risk of floods. The most peculiar aspect is that Russian President Vladimir Putin has dispatched military personnel to examine the event. (UFO on a Siberian mountain)
The peculiar occurrence in the Bureya river
The 623-kilometer-long Bureya River runs southward in Krai from Khabarovsk in extreme eastern Siberia. Nevertheless, it was before an odd occurrence. A mystery item fell into a mountain in early December, creating a landslide and debris in the river. Due to its distant location, there were no witnesses to what transpired. Due to the Russian government's denial that it was a botched rocket launch or military proof, some individuals believe it was a UFO accident. And it's no surprise, given that the event occurred in early December but was not disclosed publicly until December 24. (UFO on a Siberian mountain)
To prevent the spread of conspiracy ideas, many explanations for what occurred have been presented. The item that struck the mountain may have been a meteorite, according to Eugene Zubko, a cosmic particle specialist from the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences.
Zubko told the Siberian Times, "The air smells like hydrogen sulfide, and in certain areas, steam is escaping." "We even discovered a spot on the summit with hot stones, which we use to warm our hands. It seemed to have been really hot there. The ice edges are as thin as they would be in boiling water. (UFO on a Siberian mountain)
The other explanation is a "seismic earth slide" resulting from an earthquake.
"That occurs frequently in the Russian Far East," Aleksei Makhinov, regional president of the Russian Geographical Society, noted. When half a mountain collapses, the entire coastline of the Okhotsk Sea is covered with landslides.
However it appears that these "experts" have ignored the fact that no earthquakes were recorded during the time period matching to December. According to the Institute of Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the presence of meteorites was also undetected.
Putin dispatches military forces
In this case, however, that is not the end of the story, as Russian president Vladimir Putin has commended the military for investigating the situation. According to the British newspaper Daily Mirror, an Antonov An-124 and four additional cargo planes carrying military equipment have been deployed to the region. The stated explanation is that the mountain's fall might cause a 50-meter-high wave in the river. The employment of explosives might generate another enormous wave, which has led others to reject this theory. (UFO on a Siberian mountain)
After the December landslide, the waves reached at least 50 meters in height, according to Russian scientist Alexey Makhinov. "There will be a smaller tsunami if there is an explosion and the debris collapses. The remaining portion of the mountain might tumble into the river if they detonate the dam that has created here. There is a significant likelihood that this will occur."
Has UFO crashed?
With so many discrepancies, the military presence in the region, and the lack of information, it seems certain that a UFO crashed into the mountain, given all the contradictory evidence. Also, Russia appears to have a weird link with space-based occurrences. As you may recall, in 2012 an explosion in the stratosphere shook the city of Chelyabinsk in the southern Urals. This explosion damaged buildings and wounded tens of thousands of people. According to experts, the Chelyabinsk incident was triggered by a meteoroid.
The catastrophe in Chelyabinsk was eerily similar to the Tunguska event that occurred in Russia in 1908, when an extremely strong explosion (equivalent to that of a thermonuclear bomb) swept the Podkamennaya River region. And to this list of mysterious occurrences in Russia, we add the Bureya river incident.
However, the residents in this isolated region of Siberia will not be able to witness what the army discovers, as a state of emergency has been issued and the area is being evacuated due to "potential floods." Would the Russian government share the truth if it were a UFO?