Kerala Fireball, English news

From: Thomas Goodey via Seesat-l <>
Date: Thu, 05 Mar 2015 16:51:39 +0900
 Frank Reed wrote:

>Seeing a fireball is like a lottery: they are up there, and if
>the event occurs over a populated region, the odds that the
>event will be seen by someone are high, and yet for any one
>person it may be a once in a lifetime observation. 

But actually in my life (I am 69) I have seen six: three 
with white trails in the daytime, two spectacular ones in 
my face at night, and one at night when I was looking the 
other way but I saw my shadow for a moment (it was quite 
bright and near). I guess I look at the sky more than other 
people may.

Thomas Goodey

The introduction of a multiplicity
of objectives into a problem not
only destroys its unity, but also
increases markedly both the
time necessary for, and the
actual personal danger involved
in, its solution.
------------ Nadreck of Palain VII

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