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Think people who do things like jump out of a plane in a kayak have a death wish? A small 2017 study suggests otherwise.
By John Donovan
Luke Aikins plummeted at 120 mph, risking his life in a daredevil stunt. Physics saved him.
Who would jump out of a plane intentionally? Hundreds of thousands of people, and they do it millions of times every year. See what it's like to be at gravity's mercy, with only a sheet of nylon to save you.