Satellite collision

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I assume someone kindly deleted this thoughtless response.

The link refers to a sensible thread among mathematicians
about the recent collision between satellites.
The point I was making was that most of the debris would collide with the earth,
since the collision was only 400 miles above the earth's surface.

David
 
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Dave, when I first opened your link, blank windows started popping-up so fast that I had to shut-down my computer. So, I thought the link was some type of joke.
Anyway, I discovered that the problem was on my end, so I deleted my post.

My apologizes.
 
Accepted.
Have you managed to read the link now?
I thought the subject was both topical and suited to this forum.

David
 

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