When you fall thousands of feet from the sky, it seems like something strange is happening with the laws of physics. Turns out, everything relies on a simple force - DRAG!
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Creative Commons: CC BY-NC-SA
Hosted and written by: Andrew Horning, Banks Hunter, Swati Varshney
Additional scripting: Elizabeth Choe, George Zaidan
Executive producer: Elizabeth Choe
Director: George Zaidan
Editor: Per Hoel (http://perhoel.org/)
Production assistants: Conor Olmstead, Ryan Pelletier
Skydiving footage: Andrew Horning
Special thanks: Jumptown
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