This summer, Felix Baumgartner will climb into a helium balloon in New Mexico and ascend 120,000 feet above sea level, nearly 23 miles. You might be saying, wow, pretty crazy… but not the craziest. Well, then he’s going to jump out of the balloon, reenter the earth’s atmosphere, break the sound barrier, and land safely back on terra firma… he hopes. The amount of things that can go wrong is staggering. He’ll be wearing a space suit (cause he’ll be jumping from space) and he parachute will deploy automatically (cause there’s a good chance our boy will be k.o.’ed and spinning so fast that he won’t be able to move).