Tunguska disaster a nuclear explosion?

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    Pop history tells us that the explosion in a remote section of Siberia in 1908 was the result of a meteor which left no trace. The explosion left radiation residue and the blast was identical to 1945 American nuclear tests. Secietific geniuses were in no short supply in the late 1800's and a New Zealand scientist was experimenting in nuclear energy in the UK in the early 1900's. Nobody knows what was going on in the relatively closed society of Russia in the early 1900's and it is reasonabe to suspect that a nuclear test lab located in a remote area might have gone up in the first big one. It's a better theory than a meteor which conveniently picked remote Siberia instead of New York City and left no trace.
     
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    I was just showing off for some chicks. Never activate warp drive that close to the surface.
     
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    Ah . new research reveals.... Well I saw the planes crash into the World Trade Center and some people are trying to tell me that ...new research reveals something else happened. Research is sometimes like beauty. It's in the eye of the researcher. What's the chance of a comet hitting the most remote area on the globe? Pretty convenient and lucky.
     
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    'Secietific geniuses were in no short supply in the late 1800's'

    Unquestionably.
     
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    Well, given that there are more remote areas than heavily-populated areas, I'd say the chances are pretty good.
     
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    Hey, don't spoil the fun with rational thinking!
     
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    Statistics are difficult for some people.
     
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    Exactly where was Oppenheimer and his buddies when this happened? Eots --we need you.
     
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    Apparently.
     

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