Originally posted by Fat Lady
A hailstone is simply a piece of hail. It's a common English word and doesn't imply that they are made from stone.
My link showed that death caused by ice, in the form of hailstones, falling from the sky has killed before and done so spectacularly. I think this is strong evidence that a piss icicle could also kill someone if it happened to fall on them.
Oh, sorry my lack of language skills. Thank you for correcting me.
Large hailstones (I learn quickly, don't I?) can, as I said, kill. But they are formed under highly rare events. It is highly improbable that spilled piss forms large hailstones, highly improbable.
Everyone pissed from a high place, from a bridge, viewing point and such, knows that the piss is formd into small piss spheres rather instanaous. Even large quantities form small droplets, for example from a forrest fire water bombing areoplane.
To form large hailstones, large enough to kill anyone on the ground demands very special circumstances, like falling through a densed suprachilld clouds of water to build up to large hailstones. There is no such thing as a densed suprachilld clouds of piss, I'm sorry, there are not this kind of fenomenon known to man.
But if a hailstone of piss large enough to kill anyone can't just form itself as a speare. It is not possible.
And if it was possible it would not fall with the sharp end first, just not possible. Try for yourself to let a stick fall from high altitude. Id falls bellywise, not edgewise. Areodynamics doesn't permit bellywise.
So what are we talking of here? Can a spear of piss fall from the sky and kill anyone? Well, Jesus walked on water. To believe one has to be religous.