A nuclear explosion in 2000 BC?
Who were the first victims of the nuclear vazryva? The answer seems obvious — the inhabitants of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. However, in a very ancient Indian epics — the Mahabharata and the Puranas are incredibly accurate descriptions of the use of nuclear weapons. Naturally, over the years, this information seemed to scientists and Western readers only an interesting coincidence. But some of the recent forced to radically rethink our attitude to this issue.
British explorer David Davenport 12 years devoted to the study of the excavations of the ancient Indian city of Mohenjo-Daro (now Pakistan). In 1996, he made a sensational statement that the center extraordinarily developed Harappan civilization was destroyed 2,000 years before the birth of Christ in a nuclear explosion! The explosive power comparable to the power of the bombs that leveled two Japanese cities at the end of the Second World War.
By studying the ruins of the buildings of the city, you can easily determine the center of the explosion, dimeter which is about 50 meters. At this point everything is melted and crystallized. At a distance of 60 meters from the center of the explosion melted bricks and stones on the one hand, indicates that the blasting direction. Note that the rocks melt at a temperature of about 2000 degrees Celsius.
Another puzzle for researchers remains very high levels of radiation in the vicinity of the explosion. Moreover, in 1927, archaeologists found 27 fully preserved human skeletons. Even now, the level of background radiation is close to the dose that you have people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki! Thus, concludes Davenport, you can say with certainty that in the epic Mahabharata and other works describe the true events that took place on our planet thousands of years ago. And even then science and technology is at such a high level that it is possible to use nuclear weapons (brahma-astra, literally, the weapon of Brahma, the creator of the universe), and aircraft, designed, including, for interplanetary communication (Vimana).