Paradoxical effect
Revolutionary discoveries
UVS worldview
UVS model
UVS inspirations

The UVS perspective on the 1908 Tunguska event

This article was intended for those researchers who are familiar with the 1908 Tunguska event, and are opened for exploring on alternative hypothesis for the causality of the event.

Based on unisonal vortex mechanism, a manifested unisonal vortex resonated in the Earth by a torque-free precession, can explain the geophysical origin for 1908 Tunguska event (epicenter at 61 N & 102 E) that had occurred on morning of June 30, 1908 at 07:14 Hr.

Image on right are successive views that show the dramatic huge volcanic eruption of Jupiter's moon Io.

The following pointers are the key factors conforming to the idea that Tunguska event could be caused by a vortex of liquefied crust manifested from on the Earth's crust:

  1. The forest fall found to have two closely spaced epicenters with trees fell in a clockwise vortex arrangement within a meandering perimeter; this demonstrates the dynamics of a dual-core cyclonic vortex. A cyclonic force pulling from a void below twisting the ground in counter-clockwise direction would have caused the forest to fall in this clockwise vortex arrangement. The peculiarity of this dual-core vortex characteristic has also been found in remnants of many other pit craters all over the world and can be seen in a Crater Map, they are visible on main lands and sea beds as well.

    See an externally linked topic on "The Seismic Reflection Data Management System".

  2. The Solar System arrangement was triple crossed alignments of aligned Sun- Earth-Uranus crossed with aligned Neptune-Mercury-Venus-Earth, and also crossed aligned with Jupiter-Moon-Earth, and Saturn formed the T-junction alignment with these alignments. These focused precession effect from aligned Solar System objects in a Solar System arrangement could have triggered a vortex of liquefied crust on the Earth's crust, as well as manifested the windstorms that reportedly had occurred simultaneously at Tunguska during the Tunguska event.

  3. Other events that have similar report of geophysics meteor sightings prior to event of sunken craters and earthquakes with sky glows were also associated with strong Solar System alignments. The magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) dynamo effect caused by vortex of liquefied crust and windstorms with large electric currents and huge electromagnetic storms could have formed the phenomena that were reported as geophysics meteors.

In the UVS worldview, the Ring Center of the Fomalhaut star should be tracking the barycenter of the planetary system very closely. As illustrated in the empirically observed image, apparently all the spokes of the energetic debris around the debris ring generally points to the Ring Center.

Once in a rare occasion when Earth enters the BOTSS, it would cause the magnetic field of the Earth to be twisted, flipped, twisted again and then revert back to normal when Earth has moved out of the barycenter. The twisted magnetic field can explain why a compass on Earth could spin when it is inside a vortically manifested magnetic storm.

From the UVS perspective, when the BOTSS enters Earth and it significantly resonates inside it, its vortical torsion force can spawn a vortex of liquefied crust, and this might also be the catalyst to trigger the Tunguska event, as well as explaining the observed phenomena of lighting ball, magnetic storm and wind storm.

Debris ring of the Fomalhaut star with its Ring Center

The BOTSS, is virtually a vortical gravitational singularity that strongly interacts with the Galactic Center of the Milky Way.

See the UVS topic on "The phenomenon of geomagnetic reversal" that illustrates on the magnetic reversal of the Earth.

The Tunguska epicenter is right in the middle of the paleovolcano crater, inside Yenisei basin that was outlined by a river system as a huge dual-core geological depression; centered on a core at North of the other core in a dual-core depression. There is a bigger circular depressed structure surrounding the huge dual-core depression.

Examine satellite image of Earth closely with a Crater Map would reveal countless big and small craters all over Siberia, there were some dual-core craters and also clusters of crater that resembles a cyclonic typhoon cluster of three typhoons. Image below highlighted some craters in Siberia that was almost everywhere, the two large circles in grey outlined Yenisei basin, the circles highlighted in red are around site of Tunguska event with epicenter at 61° N & 102° E.

Click for a full resolution original map and compare it with a map that has highlighted the craters.

Yenisei basin outlined by a river system

Enlarge map showing an epicenter, vortex orientation of forest fall and limit of tree damage within a meandering perimeter.

Image on right is a polar vortex of Saturn, literally hundreds of storm clouds encircle the pole, appearing as dark spots in this infrared spectrometer thermal image. Each of these spots represents a storm, these are the harmonic unisonal vortices. If a unisonal vortex of liquefied crust on the Earth crust (similar to the polar vortex of Saturn) had occurred, it could cause big and small cluster of craters to form all over the surface of Earth on crust layer similar to those craters in Siberia as highlighted in the image above.

Reportedly, the forest fall was orientated in a 5° clockwise in the epicenter, decreasing to negligibly small values at about 16 km from the epicenter, within a meandering perimeter around a center; beyond this perimeter there was a stark contrast of tree damages. The spiral arms of liquefied crust vortex swirling in counter-clockwise direction with near angular velocities that decreases negligibly away from its center, would be able to create this kind of forest fall within a meandering vortex encapsulation of liquefied crust.

The sites around this perimeter would be interesting places to investigate; this is where the dynamo effect of spinning liquefied crust is at maximum on surface of the vortex acting on the Earth's crust. One can expect to find the stressed markings of Earth's crust being twisted around the perimeter, can also expect to find remnants of satellite vortices of liquefied crust around cavity regions, where the forest falls in these regions might be more acutely oriented in smaller vortex arrangements that would have had subjected to stronger dynamo effect of the satellite vortices.

An epxloison in mid air wloud not be albe to cretae tihs pceulair tpye of naer evnenses foerst damgae taht had sotpped shraply bfeore a menadrenig peiremter. Please don't bother if can't read this sentence.

Picture taken in 1928.

Directions of forest fall
indicates multiple epicenters.

An atmospheric polar vortex
with its satellite vortex.

A cyclonic typhoon cluster
For illustration purposes only.

Geophysical meteors events and their Solar System alignments

May 26, 2002 'purple' fireball pictured in Turkey - Captured on image shown at right.
The Solar System arrangement was aligned Sun-Mercury-Earth-Moon crossed with aligned Saturn-Mars-Earth, and also crossed with aligned Jupiter-Venus-Earth.

See an externally linked topic "GEOPHYSICAL METEORS" for a list of geophysical meteors.

The March 6, 2006 "burning meteorite" event near the town of San Antonio de Jesus, Brazil.
Earth-Sun-Uranus x Saturn-Earth-Venus x Jupiter-Earth-Mars

The June 25, 2005 "glowing meteorite" event in Fairbury, NE, USA.
Saturn-Earth-Venus-Mercury-Moon x Jupiter-Earth-Mars

The April 19, 2005 inflaming fireball event in Iran.
Earth-Sun-Venus x Moon-Earth-Uranus x Earth-Mars-Neptune x Jupiter-Earth-Mercury

The September 14-15, 2004 fireball's events in Argentina.
Jupiter-Mars-Sun-Moon-Earth x Saturn-Venus-Earth x Mercury-Earth-Uranus

Ball lightning

The July 4, 2004 Florida "lightning-meteorite" event.
Mars-Mercury-Earth-Moon-Neptune x Saturn-Sun-Earth x Jupiter-Earth-Uranus

These are just five of the most recent events of the 72 geophysical meteor events in a list of geophysical meteors, one recent event without date details was therefore omitted.

Those earthquakes reported with sky glow and geophysics meteor sightings were also associated with strong Solar System alignments.

Here are some records and study of major earthquakes and their Solar System alignments.

Image of Mars with multiple volcanic activities
occurred simultaneously with gaseous vortices


Excerpts from THE TECTONIC INTERPRETATION OF THE 1908 TUNGUSKA EVENT - By Andrei Yu. Ol'khovatov

These are some key factors and eyewitnesses accounts:

  • Analysis of the most reliable witness's accounts conducted in 1920s and 1930s showed that the Tunguska spacebody flew from the south to the north. But in 1960s a new group of witness's accounts was collected pointing to quite another trajectory: almost from east to west!
  • Even just in a few days-weeks after the event different time was given by different witnesses, from early morning to the afternoon. Conducted in 1980s statistical analysis revealed that the "afternoon" accounts are not at the edge of statistical dispersion, but form a distinct secondary maximum. So was the duration of the event: from a few minutes to an hour.
  • Many witness's accounts hardly conformed to the meteorite fall, as a shape and luminosity of flying object reported in many cases does not resemble a bolide, including such strange as darkening of the sky. And there was no any smoke trail at all!
  • Remarkably that, in the area within 200 km around the epicenter, witnesses did not see any bolide or just even its trail, at least, but they saw flames shooting up, and fire pillars, flashes in the sky and other non-bolide luminosities.

These are some key factors for reference:

  • An effect of rotation of fallen trees in the epicentral area. The rotation achieved 5 degrees clockwise in the epicenter, decreasing to negligibly small values at about 16 km from the epicenter. So the field of the mean directions of the tree-fall is the vortex one. In other words, the hypothetical Tunguska spacebody explosion's shock wave was to transfer a very large angular momentum. But such explosion couldn't produce it due to a law of conservation of angular momentum.
  • One more puzzle for the spacebody interpretation is the area of the forest fall on the ridge Chuvar, which is about 23 km from the epicenter, and according to the local Evenks had formed the same morning as the general one. The peculiarity of this forest fall is that trees were uprooted with their tops in the opposite of what was expected from the meteorite fall direction.
  • Another intriguing detail of the forest fall is that despite the central area of the forest fall is often considered to be covered with standing trees, there are traces of the radial forest fall even in this area too! From the traces, Kulik even came to conclusion about 2 closely spaced epicenters!
  • It have discovered that in the Tunguska event region a change from good weather to a bad weather was right on June 30, 1908. Here is averaged daily cloudiness data of 9 meteorological stations situated within 1000 km from the Tunguska epicenter (the closest was 500 km away).
    In general, statistical analysis of witness accounts conducted in early 1980s has revealed that the Tunguska event was accompanied by various meteorological phenomena, including strong winds (windstorms), haze, fog, temperature changes, thunderstorms, whirlwinds.
  • The Tunguska epicenter is right in the middle of the paleovolcano crater.

September 25, 2002 Vitim bolide. A forest-fall 6 by 10 km with a tree-burn in the center. They also discovered some kms from the forest-fall an area of "impact" (it is their interpretation, as it is farther forward along a trajectory). The "impact area" is covered with "small craters".

The Solar System arrangement on September 25, 2002 was multiple alignments of aligned Sun-Mercury-Earth crossed with aligned Venus-Earth-Moon and crossed with aligned Jupiter-Earth-Neptune.

An explosion in mid air would not be able to create this peculiar type of near evenness forest damage that had stopped sharply before a meandering perimeter.


9th Sep 2007

References and links:
Torque-free precession - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fomalhaut - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fomalhaut debris ring - ScienceDaily
Image and list of geophysical meteors - A. Ol'khovatov Main Page
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dynamo effect - Excerpt from the Encyclopedia Britannica

Forest fall and skyglow - THE TECTONIC INTERPRETATION
Image of forest fall map - Mark W. Brazo and Steven A. Austin Institute for Creation Research, El Cajon, California
THE TUNGUSKA EXPLOSION OF 1908 - Mark W. Brazo and Steven A. Austin Institute for Creation Research, El Cajon, California
Meteor Crater Map - Geology.com, Google
The Seismic Reflection Data Management System - National Science Foundation
Plasmoids - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of Eruption on Jupiter's Moon Io
- JPL, NASA robot spacecraft Galileo
Image of polar vortex of Saturn - Credits: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute/University of Arizona.
Image of forrest fall - Paleontological Science Center

Image of Yenisei basin - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of tree fall diretion showing multiple centers - NEXUS
Image of Mars active volcanoes closed up - Wikimedia Commons

Disclaimers: The treatise of Universal Vortical Singularity (UVS) in its epistemological paradigm shift, is fundamentally unconventional. Its hypotheses based on a generally unheard-of UVS model, bound to have shortcomings, such as loose ends, errors, and omissions errors. Many details and assumptions in its propositions have yet to be further researched, probed, evaluated, validated, or verified. Its implicit explanations are for casual understanding of the UVS topics presented in the UVS worldview, so if any term or statement is offensive in any manner or from whatsoever perspectives, is most regretted. Links to other sites do not imply endorsement of their contents; apply appropriate discretion whenever necessary. Remarks: Despite the shortcomings, it was intended to offer readers the drift of the UVS research methodology for its insights, and thereby the experts in their relevant fields could refine or improve on any of the UVS topics in the UVS worldview.

Viewing tips: Despite the presentations of the UVS web pages has went through much accommodation for their viewings on smart phones, they are not very friendly to smaller low resolution mobile devices. It is therefore recommended to access and view the UVS contents with a system device that at least has a larger high definition screen, such as a larger smart phones, an android tablet, or an iPad. For the best experiences, use a MS Windows based PC or computer system to browse with Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox that is Java enabled for its interactive applets. (Such as Java Applet of Moiré pattern, JPL Small-Body Database Browser, and Planet Finder.)

Copyright information: This UVS web site is for non-profit purposes and not for commercial use. Wherever possible, direct credits to the origins of the works or images were provided, be it on fair dealings, with explicit permission from their owners, or the materials were believed to be from the public domain.