Ooh wee! Now this is a fun ride. A GoPro fell from 10,000 feet and basically went into like some sort of drug-induced hyperlapse speed mode as it plummeted to the ground. Basically, it spun all over the place and looks completely crazy.
Yesterday, extreme athlete Felix Baumgartner lept from a balloon hovering 24 miles above the surface of the Earth. This is what he saw on his way down. (Fair warning: this might make you nauseous.)
Oh, this is great fun if you want to vomit your stomach out. If this trick is true, you can make an elevator go into free fall for five feet. It's not a lot, but it's a good kick.
A 62-year-old Frenchman is giving his attempt on the world free-fall record one last try in the skies above Saskatchewan. Michel Fournier has spent $13.25 million trying to jump from 25 miles above the earth's surface and break the world free-fall record set by USAF test pilot Joe Kittinger in 1960. But first he has…