Experience Zero Gravity

There are thousands of people that are exploring some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. This chapter we will take you to Norway, Switzerland and France where people are jumping cliffs as high as 2 kilometers (6,000 feet).

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+1 1. gidman commented 9 years ago

this would be cool in 3D!!!!
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+19 2. gazh commented 9 years ago

Technically not zero gravity, in fact should be: Experience gravity!
Looks like fun but requires serious balls
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+25 3. SeanzBeanz commented 9 years ago

#1 I know a great way you could experience this in 3D ;)
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+5 4. BrianDilori commented 9 years ago

Watched it fullscreen on my 42" in a dark room stoned off my head = Really cool
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+15 5. krillemaster commented 9 years ago

Zero G? more like "the full force of Gravity" :P
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+5 6. AntiAnti commented 9 years ago

:'( my beerbelly wont let me do this
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+9 7. Sebastien commented 9 years ago

srsly who comes up with those titles?
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+4 8. gringo commented 9 years ago

Icarus would be proud :)
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+3 9. PortugaL26 commented 9 years ago

i want to get away, i want to fly away, yeah yeah yeah 8-)
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+2 10. moon-trial commented 9 years ago

This is breathtaking! :D
Reminds me of the Imax movie: Adrenaline Rush
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+3 11. detonatordan commented 9 years ago

Watched it on my 24 inch in full darkness, just as cool! :O
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-2 12. Bunji commented 9 years ago

Sure, falling at 9.8 meters each second, you can easily "Experience Zero Gravity"
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+5 13. cretia commented 9 years ago

# 4 if you did not smoke drugs you would have a 65" inch tv
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+2 14. loadme commented 9 years ago

"zero gravitiy" ? seriously? i cant imagin a way to feel more gravity, than jumping down a mountain :D
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+2 15. Limberg commented 9 years ago

"Since free fall in the absence of forces other than gravity produces weightlessness or "zero-g," sometimes any condition of weightlessness due to inertial motion is referred to as free-fall"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_fall
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+2 16. SunshineEddy commented 9 years ago

#15 "Since free fall in the absence of forces other than gravity"
This is a video of free fall in the PRESENCE of the force of gravity. Or have I lived my life unaware of the Magical Cliffs of Zero-Gravity spread across Europe?