Re: Piece of Mir found in Massachusetts

From: Robert Reeves (reeves10@satx.rr.com)
Date: Sun Jun 16 2013 - 13:43:49 UTC

  • Next message: Tony Beresford: "Re: Piece of Mir found in Massachusetts"

    I'm not buying this either.  Massachussets is a long way sownrange from the 
    south Pacific.  No way a light weight chunk of Mir is going to skip that 
    far,
    
    I'm voting it being a piece of industrial slag that has laid in the river 
    for decades.
    
    Before this story passes a smell test, there needs to be detailed chemical 
    and metalurgical testing, examination of fusion crusts, spectral analysis of 
    the objetc's interior, etc., etc.  A friend just saying so isn't proof for 
    me.  What was this friend's possition in NASA and what did he/she do to 
    analyze/verify that a piece of Mir could end up half a world away from where 
    it reentered?
    
    Sounds like someone is relying too much on Hollywood science to me.
    
    Robert Reeves            San Antonio, Texas
    Planet 26591, husband of Planet 26592
    www.robertreeves.com
    reeves10@satx.rr.com
    
    >I don't buy it. Green rock? "Friend" who works for NASA? I suspect a 
    >reporter has been conned.
    >
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