it's quite obviously fake...but in the face of it...do you care?!
i mean who DIDN'T go: "HOLY $$$T" when they first watched it!?
awesome video, and a cool way for MS to bring in Office Project 2007.
[citation][nom]griffed88[/nom]What tipped me off was how fast he sped up while going down the slide, thats waaaay to fast for a relatively low incline. Also, two buckets of water aren't going to cover that much slide.An awesome idea, but definately fake.[/citation]
i think the incline, with good lubrication, should cover it. it is steeper than it looks. the water would probably just be to "rewet" the probably already wet surface...?
I don't think it's necessarily fake. They had a stunt dummy to test with and weather measuring equipment hooked into that laptop. I've seen more impressive things done in actual life so I'm not sure why this "has to be" fake.
Well even if it was true , it would have still hurt like HELL to land in that tiny pool , he would have eneeded like 6 feet of water at that velocity , and someone to grab him in case he passed out , he should have broken something.