Did Tesla Have Anything with the Big Explosion in Tunguska
Since the big explosion in Tunguska, on June 30, 1908, it is believed that Tesla had something to do with it. After all of his official projects have failed, or better say were stopped because of the lack of finances, Tesla turned to his last project – Vordenklif tower. It was speculated that using this tower Tesla caused Tunguska explosion. Tower was projected as one of the 5 towers that should cover the whole world with electricity without and wires or power-plants. But, that wasn’t such a good idea for many great investors and banks that invested their money in copper factories and power-plants, because they’d lose all of their money, millions of people would lose their jobs, etc. So, when he was finally “defeated”, Tesla stopped making things for the benefit of humankind, and secretly devoted to this specific, and his last project. He moved this tower on the Long Island. The spot on the opposite side of the world, but on the same latitude is Tunguska, Siberia. Tesla claimed that this tower could send so much energy, we today call death rays, to the diametric side of the world, so he found most desolated area and tried it. The explosion could be heard in radius of 700km, and 2 000 square kilometers of trees were knocked down in this place of central Siberia. Several expeditions after that couldn’t find any crater hole in the ground, in case it was a meteor that did this, but the trees seem to be laid for no reason. Finally, some of the eyewitnesses said that there was some kind of plasma forming in the sky, and the final explanation was that Tesla could affect upper layers of the sky by some resonant way and made clusters of thick energy, that were a hundred thousand times stronger than the one released from the tower. And that power, stronger than tons of TNT made this devastation.
Source: Weird Existence