EUTOPIA
MYSTERY DEEPENS OVER WORLD'S BIGGEST EXPLOSION 110 YEARS AGO IN RUSSIA AS EXPERTS 'DEBUNK PROOF' THAT BLAST THE SIZE OF 185 HIROSHIMA BOMBS FELT IN THE UK AND US WAS CAUSED BY A METEORITE
The world's biggest explosion - a blast in Russia the size of 185 Hiroshima bombs that was felt as far away as Britain and the US - remains a mystery after experts debunked 'proof' it was a meteorite. A large fireball was seen crossing the Siberian sky on June 20, 1908 before an eruption six miles above ground flattened 80 million trees and left charred reindeer carcases.