You all know how stupid I think most 'record' attempts are. People who spend 40 years of their lives growing out their armpit hair or who eat 5200 goldfish crackers in a minute need to be removed from the gene pool.
However, this record attempt hopefully will have some science behind it. I am interested in the suit Felix is wearing. How does it prevent damage by the heat of friction he will no doubt start producing when he reaches the thicker air at the lower altitudes? I hope the eventually special on TV will answer many of these questions and more.
You are a braver man than I am Felix. I have jumped twice - once from 3300 feet and the other from 10,000 feet. Both time I was more terrified in the plane than I ever was in the air. In the air you don't have the sensation of falling - you more feel like you are floating and you have time to check out the scenery around you before you have to pull your parachute. Then things get super relaxing until you get near the ground. Remember your training and things will work out all right.