Russian And French Bullets Collided In Flight

January 15, 2011 by staff 

Russian And French Bullets Collided In Flight, Ukrainian treasure hunter has found a wonderful piece of history. Two bullets (one fired by a French soldier and one by a Russian, back in the 19th century) collided in flight and tinkered one into another. The chance of such collision is one of the billions. It’s easy to imagine how fierce the fight was. How dense should a fire be to make bullet hit bullet situation possible.

In people’s views and what they say about this, is below, Bullet fusing from muzzle loading rifles was tested on the show (and confirmed) as a Civil War Myth. Hey, even a blind squirrel will find a nut once in a while. With millions of bullets flying around during literally thousands of pitched battles during the 1700′s and 1800′s, one would have to assume such things would happen a few times at least.
I think you’re just highlighting the difference between something that is impossible and something that is improbable. An impossible event is one that can’t happen. An improbable event is one that is very unlikely to happen.

In this case, there’s no law of physics that says the two bullets can’t collide. So the event is not impossible, it’s simply improbable.

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