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Carmody
14th October 2012, 16:22
Live from roswell:

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He's at 60,000 ft, with over 2.7 million viewers.

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Carmody
14th October 2012, 16:42
now at....70,000 ft...... +3.2M viewers

Dennis Leahy
14th October 2012, 16:53
If there are any ETs that want to be noticed, now would be a good time to show up - prominently, not just a teeny dot - on-camera. Over 3 million viewers is a pretty good size audience.

Dennis

Carmody
14th October 2012, 17:02
If there are any ETs that want to be noticed, now would be a good time to show up - prominently, not just a teeny dot - on-camera. Over 3 million viewers is a pretty good size audience.

Dennis

That would be true.

There is 20 second delay, so they'd have to hang around longer than 20 seconds. The entire feed would have to be pulled, in order to block it.

84,500 ft, with over 3,600,000 viewers.

going up to 120,000 ft. Going up...at about 80 seconds per 1000 ft.

gripreaper
14th October 2012, 17:13
If there are any ETs that want to be noticed, now would be a good time to show up - prominently, not just a teeny dot - on-camera. Over 3 million viewers is a pretty good size audience.

Dennis

They might be busy with the Resistance Forces, the Silver Legion and their social memory complexes, on their motherships clearing out the negative forces from the celestial planes and dimensions, and rehabilitating those who have been abducted and programmed by the Archonic influence.

And now you want them to make an appearance when they haven't even had time to plant a nuclear submarine land dart at a famous monument site?

Star Mariner
14th October 2012, 17:18
If there are any ETs that want to be noticed, now would be a good time to show up - prominently, not just a teeny dot - on-camera. Over 3 million viewers is a pretty good size audience.

Dennis

And it's over Roswell too...? a quaint little irony there :)

Carmody
14th October 2012, 17:22
+105,000 ft, with over 4,500,000 viewers.

That's a lotta Red Bull.

Is that stuff toxic? Never tried it.

Carmody
14th October 2012, 17:33
It's official, he's now the highest, at over 113,000 ft.

Over 5.0 million viewers.


at +115,000 feet. rate of ascension is slowing to about 500ft per minute.

Midnight Rambler
14th October 2012, 17:35
That's a lotta Red Bull.

Is that stuff toxic? Never tried it.

Twenty times the caffeine of a cup of coffee is pretty toxic. The smell alone makes the hairs on my arms stand up.

meeradas
14th October 2012, 17:45
Is that stuff toxic? Never tried it.

Most def. Open one and just smell it once [that'll suffice].

Paul
14th October 2012, 17:45
Twenty times the caffeine of a cup of coffee is pretty toxic. The smell alone makes my hairs on my arms stand up.
I'd be surprised if Red Bull has 20 times the concentration of caffeine as does coffee.

From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Bull#Caffeine




The caffeine of a single can of Red Bull is 80 mg/250 ml (32 mg/100 ml). This is about the same as a normal coffee, or slightly less depending on the brewing method.
See also this table of caffeine content of various drinks: http://wilstar.com/caffeine.htm

meeradas
14th October 2012, 17:50
The smell alone makes my hairs on my arms stand up.

Nails it totally.

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Robert J. Niewiadomski
14th October 2012, 17:51
He is now depresurising the capsule and prepares for jump. No ETs in sight...

Midnight Rambler
14th October 2012, 17:52
The caffeine of a single can of Red Bull is 80 mg/250 ml (32 mg/100 ml). This is about the same as a normal coffee, or slightly less depending on the brewing method.

Another urban myth busted I suppose :) Thank you!

Carmody
14th October 2012, 17:53
seconds before jump, over 127,000 ft, over 6.4 million viewers.

7 million viewers, 128,000 ft.

ready to go.

7.2 million viewers.

Edit:
peaked at just over 8 million viewers.

Referee
14th October 2012, 18:20
Pretty darn Cool if you ask me what a jump. That free fall was pretty nerve racking.

Belle
14th October 2012, 18:21
That was great! Thanks, Carmody.

noprophet
14th October 2012, 18:24
Very cool.

Ending credits, they pan up from his mom's hand wearing a little green headed alien ring. Only sighting I caught :P

Tarka the Duck
14th October 2012, 18:25
Oh wow...:cool:

Operator
14th October 2012, 18:26
Over 8 million viewers at one point

selinam
14th October 2012, 18:29
What an amazing jump!

778 neighbour of some guy
14th October 2012, 18:32
Wanted to post Kittingers jump from 1960 without all the fancy equipment, sorry youtube is down, maybe later.

Edit probably too many people looking for Joe.:o

Hey:cool: found him.

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