Felix Baumgartner's Jump, Edward Scissorhands, Lamb to the Slaughter

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Ships were invented to explore and discover the unknown and what kind of new resources and people are there in other places. But there more to it than just boats, the quote could resemble life itself; if people never did anything out of hand or extreme, people would never develop and evolve into what society is today. Taking risk is essential to get anywhere in life and there are many reasons why people take risk. The theme of Risk include taking risk for evolvement and new discoveries, taking risk when under pressured and taking risk for your loved ones. The event of Felix Baumgartner’s jump, the story “Lamb to the Slaughter,” and the film “Edward Scissorhands” all express taking risk. In the science field, scientist and experts take risk all the time to develop and progress our generation. On 14 October 2012, Felix Baumgartner an Austrian daredevil broke the world record for skydiving an estimated 39 kilometers with a speed that broke the speed of sound. Usually people do risky things to benefit themselves, but for Felix, he risked his life for science and new discoveries. He reached new heights and with those new heights, scientists will be able to improve and secure spacesuits. They might even have an option to escape and jump off when they are at 120,000 feet. Felix Baumgartner wasn’t the only one that took a huge risk that day, Red Bull also took a huge risk. Red Bull is well-known for sponsoring extreme and life-threating events, but sponsoring Felix Baumgartner’s

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