So, how is it that they have no clue where parts of the the bus sized object will impact?

If you catch a chunk, do you get to keep it? I’m gonna sell mine on ebay. That’s the ticket.

Seriously, if it looks like there’s a possibility of seeing the burning in the night sky, I’d like to see it.

Interesting article.

]]>“The chances of the debris hitting a person are 1-in-3200. Those are some pretty high odds if you think about it. You are much more likely to be hit by a chunk of this debris than you are to win the lottery.”

NO, YOU aren’t. the odds of A person (out of the 7 billion we have) getting hit is 1 in 3200, the chance of one of all these people “winning the lottery” is over 1 in 1 because we can be sure that more than one person in the world will win one of the countless lotteries on the planet (even at a very conservative 300 lotteries worldwide (the USA has over 50 already) and all of those having only one winner, the chance of winning the lottery is a million times bigger than the chance of getting hit by a piece of this satellite).

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