"R H Draney" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com... > IAP filted: >> >>On Jul 6, 7:10=A0am, abzorba <myles...@yahoo.com.au> wrote: >> >>> the correct statistical measure to employ is not >>> "millions of passenger kilometers travelled" but =A0 "millions of >>> passenger hours elapsed" - - All the author of this >>> tome had to do was substitute hours for kilometers, and so derive the >>> new and far more accurate figures for risk. In the new analysis, air >>> travel is far less safe, much less so than trains, and about as safe >>> as traveling in cars. >> >>So, by the ratio deaths per hour, what would be the safest way to >>travel? Pram? Perhaps not, they get run over by cars. Staying put >>would probably be as safe as you can get, but does it count? > > What's the recent accident rate per passenger-hour for zeppelin > travel?...r > > >
Couldn't say for the general zeppelining public, but on this day it was probably pretty low - in the San Francisco area at any rate.