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The country still seems to be grateful for Giuliani’s leadership. (This week’s New York Magazine encourages “giving him his due,” and reminds readers that “Giuliani, showing what a leader is supposed to do in a crisis, did more than any single person to keep us together.”)
(From Why We Don)
But according to Nicholas Johnson, NASA's chief orbital debris scientist, any one person's chances of getting hit by debris are tiny -- something like 1 in 21 trillion. The chances that of the 7 billion people on Earth, one of them, somewhere, could be hit are more like 1 in 3,200.
(From NASA UARS Satellite Crashes Into Earth: Location Unknown - ABC News)
Do any single person and any one person mean the same thing?