In the video above, a skydiver was almost hit by a meteorite falling through Earth’s atmosphere. There is only one person in recorded history, Ann Hodges from Alabama in 1954, to ever be hit by a meteorite and that was off of a bounce. With all of the people that have lived throughout human history, you have a better chance of being hit by a tornado, hurricane, and a lightning bolt all at the same time than you do to be hit by a meteorite. Impactors hitting Earth let off an enormous amount of energy compared to the size of the impactor. An impactor with about a 4 meter diameter hitting Earth would let off the same amount of energy as the atom bomb that was dropped over Hiroshima. The crazy thing is that impactors of that size hit Earth about every 0.9 years. There are just so many areas of Earth uninhabited by humans that it rarely affects our lives. The chances of catching something like that on film in the video above are extremely rare.