Tesla’s amazing death ray: was it the reason for the Tunguska catastrophe? (weird news)

Did Nikola Tesla accidentally set off the enormous explosion that shook the remote Siberian region of Tunguska in 1908? Our Gino explores the idea that the explosion on June 30th, 1908, destroyed 80 million trees over an area of 800 square miles, and all local life was completely annihilated. Since since, the incident has been shrouded in mystery, and the explosion’s cause is still unknown.

Yet, recent studies have shown the likelihood that the Tunguska Event was brought on by Tesla’s experiments. Tesla was executing his most recent experiment—transmitting enormous amounts of energy into the atmosphere—at the precise moment of the explosion. For one last, dramatic test, Tesla powered up Wardenclyffe Tower and turned on the lab generators, launching millions of volts of energy into the sky. Tesla shouted, “Oh no,” when he examined the results of the test on his equipment.

Despite the fact that Tesla’s efforts were intended to develop wireless electricity, it is now thought that the energy he sent may have resulted in the enormous explosion in Tunguska.

Scientists have been perplexed by the Tunguska Event for more than a century, and the idea that Tesla might have had something to do with it opens up a fascinating new chapter in the narrative. Yet, it appears that Tesla’s final experiment may have had unanticipated repercussions.

Let the chap with a talking goldfish explore this strange notion.

Tesla’s amazing death ray: was it the reason for the Tunguska catastrophe? (weird news)

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