If you're like me, and 'not too good' with heights, you won't want to read this:
How to Fall 35,000 Feet - And Survive
You're six miles up, alone and falling without a parachute. Though the odds are long, a small number of people have found themselves in similar situations—and lived to tell the tale. Here's PM's 120-mph, 35,000-ft, 3-minutes-to-impact survival guide.
Interesting read, although the author doesn't seem to be too clear on the effect of weight on terminal velocity. As a heightophobic, I read the entire piece through clenched eyelids.
H/t to my scientific friend.