The Tunguska Generation

On June 30th, 1908, something unnatural occurred in the Tunguska region of Siberia. A great explosion scorched and flattened trees for kilometers, and its light was seen for hundreds of kilometers. The shockwave was detected continents away. But life went on. People lived and died, and children were born in the usual way, and save for a few scientists the world largely forgot about Tunguska. They forgot, until the children of that day came of age.

This is their story.

The Tunguska Effect

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