6 posts • joined Friday 10th August 2007 14:13 GMT
Noise not wind
I'd go along w/ cor on this one. It is possible that, given a large enough heli, the noise of the chopper blades (thus the "chop") caused the glass to resonate and break. I'd also agree that at a certain height they would also throw around debris which couldn't help the matter any. It is also damn hard to tell how high up something like a helicopter is just by taking a look at it (especially from below). If you asked 5 people i'm sure you'd get answer from 100ft all the way to 2000ft depending on the POV and the density of said observers head.
I would like to nominate Mr. Watt for the "Totally not what I expected to read on the Reg today, yet found to be crazy interesting information" Award...
+1 to banana ripener skills
+1 to smoothie making skills
@ Steve (Oh FFS)
Here here Steve..
If you're a PJ fanboy, and you are about to consider hijacking what could be an interesting debate about freedom of speech and turning it into a rock band circle jerk, consider suicide.
P.S. Boy George totally kicks ass on Wham!
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