110 years have passed since the legendary fall of the Tunguska meteorite, but heated debates around this incident are still ongoing. During the many expeditions that were organized into the Siberian wilderness, it was not possible to find fragments of the exploded cosmic stone. Ufologists believe that nothing of the sort can be found, since an alien ship crashed in the sky above the Podkamennaya Tunguska River.
According to independent researchers, everything happened like this: flying near the Earth, the alien spacecraft ran into technical problems, which required an urgent landing to eliminate them. It was necessary to find a place on the planet where there are practically no people, and as a result, the choice fell on Siberian impassable spaces. During entry into the atmospheric layer, the ship was even more damaged, which provoked a powerful explosion.
In support of their theory, ufologists appeal with some very interesting facts. One of them is the following: what happened in Siberia is very similar to a nuclear bomb explosion, but only in 1908 there were no such weapons, but it could probably be on board an alien spacecraft. There is another version: the ship was powered by nuclear fuel, which ignited at some point.
Experts also note that dust was found at the site of the fall of the Tunguska meteorite, which is a regular at the polygons where nuclear weapons are tested. An equally interesting point is associated with the rare metals that were found there, but they should not be on Siberian soil. Perhaps, just the small fragments of that alien ship fell into the hands of researchers.
Scientists, in addition, were interested in mutant plants, of which there are quite a lot at the site of the fall of the Tunguska meteorite. It is noteworthy that such phenomena are characteristic of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which underwent a nuclear attack in 1945.
The version of the crash of an alien ship is becoming more popular, and representatives of ufological organizations are finding more evidence in support of it. The official version still remains connected with the fall of a large meteorite, and it is unlikely that it will be changed in the near future.