Sci/Tech Boy Hit by Meteorite

there is no reason for that.

you can guess that it did this :
- 1. meteorite coming on ground (doesn't hit the boy)
- 2. meteorite explodes into smaller parts (sort of small shrapnels)
- 3. those smaller parts are propelled away
- 4. 1 random shrapnel hits 'accidently' the boy (at lower speed than 30000mph, of course)
 
If a meteorite went even near him shouldn't his hand be pretty much.. ripped off from the body? Just wondering. Also it could be that he fakes it and then asked a friend of his to do some markings 'left by the meteorite'. I stil don't believe this. If he got hit by a meteorite, there should be wayyyy more damage. Liar I say.
 
He probably got hit by a pebble and thought it was a meteorite :)
 
> you can guess that it did this...
That's possible. It's not like anyone could tell if an object moving at 30k mph hit the ground or him first. :p
 
People have survives falls over 1 mile up. Its quite possible.

I doubt it his his hand directly as implied though. He probably was walking normal and it flew down gnash his hand on the way.
 
> The only other known example of a human being surviving a meteor strike happened in Alabama, USA, in November 1954 when a grapefruit-sized fragment crashed through the roof of a house, bounced off furniture and landed on a sleeping woman.

Is there such a thing as a "meteorite insurance"?

There is actually, look at the insurance policy, I think it is under the space debris something part......
 
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