[meteorite-list] Norwegian skydiver nearly struck by meteorite

From: Alexander Seidel <alex.seidel_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2014 23:27:03 +0200
Message-ID: <trinity-c59380a7-794a-4b78-b593-c543c9b822ae-1396560422894_at_3capp-gmx-bs11>

Nothing but an intelligent April Fool - well done! :-)

There?s "a bit tooo much smile" on all the faces, the
falling stone scene is way too unrealistic, and I believe,
this is just a brilliant hoax done by people (like Morten)
with a lot of humour, phantasy and technical skills...


> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 03. April 2014 um 23:11 Uhr
> Von: "Chris Peterson" <clp at alumni.caltech.edu>
> An: meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com
> Betreff: Re: [meteorite-list] Norwegian skydiver nearly struck by meteorite
> Daytime fireballs are easily missed, and small meteorites can be
> produced with neither a significant fireball nor any audible atmospheric
> acoustics. A fireball would have been several minutes earlier, and most
> acoustics as well.
> Chris
> *******************************
> Chris L Peterson
> Cloudbait Observatory
> http://www.cloudbait.com
> On 4/3/2014 3:00 PM, Martin Neukamm wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > in the German internet forum the question arose, why there were neither a supersonic bang nor visible luminosic effects. It looks strange that a further skydiver appeared shortly after the stone passed the camera. But I aggree, the statistic argument is not valid, because *every* single event in our life can be calculated extremely improbable, a priori. If nobody wants it to have reproduced, the (a priori) likelyhood of a single event does not say it could have occured.
> >
> > Greetings
> >
> > Martin
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