Note: I don’t believe the official “story” on these sinkhole craters. Physicist Susan Rennison theorizes some sinkholes are made by cosmic energy hitting the planet like a laser beam, although the sinkholes she pointed out were smooth around the top rim and shot straight down. These craters have a small amount of debris around the perimeter and funnel inward. Taking a look at the rock on the interior of the crater rim the rock appears to have been melted, there are no jagged edges anywhere and from the charred color, the inner wall appears to be burned.
Cosmic laser beams caused by incoming space weather anomalies? Military operations? UFO? Or something natural? Sadly, it’s highly doubtful we’ll get a straight answer from authorities.
By Red Ice Creations
Is it the end of the world in Siberia’s ’End of the World’?
Scientists suspect not, but they’re still investigating the strange and alarming holes that are swallowing up the Siberian north.
This week two new holes have been discovered, and with similar characteristics as the first reported hole: a very deep shaft with smooth sides, debris surrounding the rim, and water at the bottom.
The new holes reportedly have snow at the bottoms rather than water, and one witness described them, ’It is not like this is the work of men, but also doesn’t look like natural formation,’ in SiberianTimes.
The first ’black hole’ was discovered this month in the Yamal Peninsula (known as the “End of the World” for its remoteness) of northern Russia. A team of researchers was sent to examine the giant crater in the earth and find out how it was caused. Although theories ranged from meteorite strike and underground construction, to missiles or government weapons testing, a common speculation is natural gas explosions, or even Pingos – landforms, mounds and craters in permafrost formed by freezing and thawing conditions. However, most pingos appear as mounds with depressions in the top, like small volcanoes, and these Siberian holes seem to be very different, and more closely resemble perfectly formed sinkholes.
Pingos near Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, Canada
Scientists have visited the original hole, and although they haven’t offered a specific explanation they did say there was “nothing mysterious” about the phenomenon. “It is simply Mother Nature’s law with its internal pressure and changes in temperatures,” researcher Andrey Plekhanov told the Siberian Times last week. The area is extremely rich in natural gas and the leading theory is that a pocket of the substance combined with water, salt and rising temperatures to produce a significant — but apparently not unique — eruption. The investigation team will likely want to examine the second hole for more data, but no expedition has been announced.
Without definitive answers, the question remains – what exactly is happening at the ’End of the World’?
By Red Ice Creations
Photos inside crater