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communications media

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communications media

Alex Notetaker
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Date Created: 01/06/16
Alex Enderle 10/26/2015 TED TALK As a young boy Alan Eustace from Orlando has always been fascinated by  science, but more precisely astronomy. Alan is the son of an aerospace engineer and  strived to become an engineer. And after watching this video it’s a good thing he didn’t  go into public speaking outside of this TED Talk. Alan stutters and is hard to listen to at  the beginning. As the presentation goes on Alan warms up to the crowd and really shows  his love for what he does and did in this experiment. I think the presentation was very well executed outside of his problems with  speaking clearly at times and stuttering in the beginning. Alan times his presentation and  really makes sense of what he wants his viewers to experience. Mr. Eustace shows the  video and breaks it down so it makes sense. He gives precise calculations of suit weight,  speed of fall, height, balloon size, and how it was all done without a hitch. I think Alan  could have gone into better detail of what it was like actually going into the sky and  falling back to earth. I like to think of how much understanding I would have had if he  didn’t play the video. He is able to explain all of the workings and insight as to how the actual launch  and space dive occurred. But he needed help with a video. Honestly I don’t think it would have been possible for anyone to explain or fully show the process of this experiment. He shows the crowd his fantastic suit, which made it possible for him to survive this trek. He presents different parts and goes in depth of how some important pieces work to provide  him the most amount of safety possible. He shows it as a trophy and makes it well know  that he is happy for reaching the highest height any human has gone by a balloon. I think he did this launch/ free fall not only to satisfy a personal goal and to check  something off his bucket list. But to paint an experience and show the world that science  can bring any extreme dream and wonder to reality. Alan posses a question to other  scientists and large established companies and creates a team to help him find the answer. He shows how much he cares for the furthering of science and presents a voice for those  who want to go into a field where planning for three years for a 2+ hour event.  Without a doubt Alan has a love for science, engineering and most importantly his family who he makes sure he makes it home safe too. He proves to be a leader and  inspiration to his humble family. The little snap shot into his private life, when talking  about the multiple conversations Alan had with his wife about the event, and his talk with his daughter who also has dreams of her own. ow_i_did_it#t­191578 


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