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[i]"We look at those 26 pieces and how big they are, and we've looked at the fact they can hit anywhere in the world between 57 degrees north and 57 degrees south, and we look at what the population density of the world is and most of the 7 billion people live in that region, and numerically it comes out to a chance of 1 in 3,200 that one person anywhere in the world might be struck by a piece of debris."[/i]
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