As Tartary died? Part 1.

I will not go into all the facts and evidence of the existence of Tartary, it would take too much space. Those interested can read them via the links given above. In my opinion, they are quite convincing and exhaustive. Is another question. How can such a huge state with a huge population, with many cities, suddenly disappeared without a trace? Why do we find the remains of cities, economic infrastructure that are required to be in any big and developed countries. If you had a large number of people, they had to sell, move between cities. This means that there must be roads and bridges, villages set along them that serve the caravans, and so on. N.

despite the initial skepticism to this version of myself with friends managed to find some traces of nuclear explosions, including the very well-read funnel 40 km. from Chelyabinsk, where I live, near the town of Emanzhelinsk. The diameter of the funnel 13 km.

PS I hope I selected the correct category. )

21 August 2014

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