Russia’s Deadly ‘Nuclear’ Explosion

  Opinion by Pavel Luzin   -  The basic laws of physics mean there is no such thing as a nuclear-  powered missile.    He doesn’t believe that aliens have visited Earth, he doesn’t believe in magic and he doesn’t believe in perpetual motion.    He also doesn’t believe that it’s possible to build a nuclear-powered cruise… Continue reading Russia’s Deadly ‘Nuclear’ Explosion

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Burevestnik  – Russia

  Rumors and speculation continue to swirl around a radiological accident last week at a missile test site in northwestern Russia even as officials held a memorial service today for those who died in the incident. The Kremlin has now acknowledged that the incident killed at least seven scientists and other personnel from a major state nuclear research… Continue reading Burevestnik  – Russia

“Burevestnik” – Russia

According to the Russian Defense Ministry, at the end of 2017, a successful launch of the newest Russian cruise missile with a nuclear power plant took place at the Central Range of the Russian Federation. In the course of the flight, the power plant reached the set power level, provided the necessary level of thrust.… Continue reading “Burevestnik” – Russia

Russia – Nuclear powered cruise missile Burevestnik

10 August 2019 - Nuclear accident in Russia as missile may have exploded during test - radiation casualties.    Sparse details, but apparently there has been an incident with nuclear ordnance in Nyonoska, Russia, spiking some meters, and causing some radiation casualties requiring the distribution of iodine. Five have now been reported killed even as the Russian official line was the explosion… Continue reading Russia – Nuclear powered cruise missile Burevestnik

Russia – Shigir Idol – Oldest Sculpture

  On a cold January 24 in 1894 in the Shigir area of the Ural Mountains in Russia was found the most amazing wood Stone Age sculpture ever unearthed—the Shigir Idol. It was buried or had found its way into a peat bog and there it was perfectly preserved for the last 11,000 years! *… Continue reading Russia – Shigir Idol – Oldest Sculpture

Russia – Kamenka

  On the territory of the military unit in Russia in the Krasnoyarsk region (150 km to the administrative center of the region) there was a fire in a warehouse with missiles and artillery ammunition.    Russian Ammo Depot Has Been Burning For Hours After Exploding In Giant Shockwave.    Russia's Ministry of Defense sent two unmanned… Continue reading Russia – Kamenka

Crimea – Russia – old documentation

Crimea was part of Russia from 1783, when the Tsarist Empire annexed it a decade after defeating Ottoman forces in the Battle of Kozludzha, until 1954, when the Soviet government transferred Crimea from the Russian Soviet Federation of Socialist Republics (RSFSR) to the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (UkrSSR). The transfer was announced in the Soviet… Continue reading Crimea – Russia – old documentation