Table of Contents
Chapter 1. The Enigma of Tunguska
Chapter 3. A Shocking Discovery
Chapter 4. Ideas Become Bizarre
Chapter 5. New Radical Research
Chapter 6. Tracks Too Large To Be Seen
Chapter 7. The Third Key
Chapter 8. Significant Details for the Big Picture
Chapter 9. Grasping the Chaos
Chapter 10. From Comet to Plasmoid to Mirror Matter
Chapter 11. The Theory Is Dead – Long Live the New Model
Chapter 12. So What Is the Answer?
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author of The Tunguska Mystery
The “Alien Spacecraft” hypothesis is worthy of further consideration. It appears that in the morning of June 30, 1908, two artificial objects flew over Central Siberia and one of them exploded at Tunguska. Whether this event should have been interpreted as an “aerospace combat” or as a “failed rescue operation,” is a matter of taste... When I was younger I preferred the former interpretation; now I am more inclined to the latter. And I would like to stress: we do now have the opportunity to solve the problem. It is very likely that a large remnant of the Tunguska space body may still be lying in a small morass not far from the epicenter of the explosion waiting for the spades of daring investigators.
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From the Reviews:
Michael Schmicker, Book Reviewer, “Journal of Scientific Exploration” (Honolulu, HI, USA):
This is arguably the best book you will find on this subject – thorough, balanced, detailed, in-depth and very well-written on top of everything else. If you're interested in the Tunguska mystery, start here. My hat is off to Rubtsov for his scholarship and lucid writing style.
An excellent account of the Tunguska explosion!, by William I. McNeff (Minneapolis, MN, USA):
I greatly enjoyed this book. Although I have read several accounts of the Tunguska event, this book brought to light important facts of which I was not aware. Like the careful scientist that he is, Dr. Rubtsov summarizes all of the known facts and gives details of important facets, then shows why all of the current theories of what happened do not adequately explain the facts. He shows that from a scientific standpoint the problem is not solved, but he points the way toward a solution, and believes it is not so far away. The solution toward which the facts point will be startling to many scientists, but as Sherlock Holmes said, when you have eliminated the impossible, the possible, however improbable, must be the solution!
I highly recommend this book! , by Margaret H. Kichline (Bethlehem, PA, USA):
Even though I just recently received this book, after going through all the pages briefly, I find it to be very well written which shows the author's true dedication for detailed information, research and inquiries with colleagues. Along with the various hypothesis for this true life mystery, the illustrations and photographs help the reader to understand the great importance of this study. I found this book to be a fine addition to anyone's library. Who does not enjoy a good mystery...a true scientific mystery which may help us someday to protect our Earth from future Tunguska events?!
What exploded in the atmosphere over Siberia in 1908? Rubtsov’s book adds more data to the file, much of it not seen before in Western science journals. The text is sprinkled with many maps, diagrams, and photos we have not seen before. Good index. It’s like viewing the sky with a new telescope!
Emily Baldwin, “Astronomy Now”:
Vladimir Rubtsov has clearly spent an enormous amount of time researching the event, delving into eyewitness accounts and scientific publications... He presents an unbiased account of all lines of investigation that have occurred to the present day, allowing the reader to draw their own conclusions.
Bill Chalker, “Fortean Times”:
Dr Rubtsov researched the Tunguska mystery for 35 years… Unlike previous Western accounts, “The Tunguska Mystery” is anchored in the vast amount of research carried out in Russia over the last 100 years, much of it unseen by Western researchers. Richly documented and illustrated, it presents the facts and controversy uncovered by Russian researchers exceptionally well.
The Best Book On Tunguska Mystery, by R.Gray (Rochester, NY, USA):
This is the best book on the Tunguska mystery. It is very well written with lots of references, so you know the author has done a lot of research on the topic. It is a scholarly work but it would be enjoyable by anyone (non-specialist) interested in the topic, or, more broadly, in “(un)natural mysteries” or “(un)natural disasters”. I highly recommend it.