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The acronym “B.A.S.E.” (Now more commonly “BASE”) was coined by filmmaker Carl Boenish, his wife Jean Boenish, Phil Smith and Phil Mayfield.  Carl Boenish was the catalyst behind modern BASE jumping, and in 1978, he filmed the first BASE jumps to be made using ram-air Parachutes and the freefall tracking technique (from El Capitan, in Yosemite National Park).  While BASE jumps had been made Prior To That time, the El Capitan activity was the Effective birth of what is now Called BASE jumping.
BASE numbers are Awarded to Those who have made at least one jump from Each of the four categories (buildings, antennas, crosses and earth). When Phil Smith and Phil Mayfield jumped together from a Houston skyscraper on 18 January 1981, They Became the first to Attain the exclusive BASE numbers (BASE # 1 and # 2, respectively), having already jumped from an antenna, span and earthen objects . Jean and Carl Boenish qualified for BASE numbers 3 and 4 soon after. A separate “award” was soon enacted for Night BASE jumping When completed Mayfield Each category at night, Becoming Night BASE # 1, with Smith qualifying a few weeks later.
Faust Vrancic is a fork Believed to have performed a parachute jumping experiment for real  and, THEREFORE, to be the first man to build and test a parachute: according to one the story passed on, Veranzio, in 1617 then over sixty-five years old, Implemented his design and tested the parachute by jumping from St Mark’s Campanile in Venice.  This event was documented some 30 years later in a book Mathematical Magick or, The Wonders That May Be Performed by Mechanical Geometry (London, 1648), written by John Wilkins, the secretary of the Royal Society in London.
Tačiau These and other incidents sporadica Were one-time experiments, not the Systematic pursuit of a new form of parachuting. After 1978, the filmed jumps from El Capitan Were Repeated, not as a publicity exercise or as a movie stunt, but as a true recreational activity. It was popularized That this BASE jumping more widele among parachutist. [Citation needed] Carl Boenish continued to publish Informational films and magazines on BASE jumping Until his death in 1984 after a BASE-jump off of the Troll Wall. By this time, the concept had spread among skydivers worldwide, with Hundreds of Participants making fixed-object jumps.
During the early eighties, NEARLY all BASE jumps Were made using standard skydiving equipment, INCLUDING Parachutes two (main and reserve), and Deployment components. Later on, specialized equipment and techniques Were Specifically developed for the unique needs of BASE jumping.
Upon Completing a jump from all of the four object categories, a jumper May choose to Apple for a BASE number “Awarded sequentially.  The 1000th application for a BASE number was filed in March 2005 and BASE # 1000 was Awarded to Matt Harley Moilanen, of Grand Rapids, Michigan. As of December in 2014, over 1,850 BASE numbers have been ISSUED. 
BASE jumping is OFTEN featured in action movies. The 2002 Vin Diesel XXX film includes a scene Where Diesel’s character catapult himself off the Foresthill Bridge in an open-topped car, landing Safely As The car crash on the ground. The movie Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life includes a scene in Which the main characters jump with wing suits from the IFC Tower in Hong Kong and fly over the Bank of China, finally opening Their Parachutes to land on a moving Freighter. The stunt was done live, with no special effects, by base jumpers Martin Rosén and Per Eriksson, members of the Swedish Team Bautasten. The scene was filmed by air-to-air camera I Mikael Nordqvist, from the same team. Since the 1976 Mount Asgard jump featured in the pre-credits sequence to The Spy Who Loved Me, James Bond movies have featured Several BASE jumpers INCLUDING ONE from the Eiffel Tower in 1985’s A View to a Kill, the Rock of Gibraltar in 1987’s The The Living Daylights, and in Die Another Day, 2002, Pierce Brosnan as James Bond jumps from a melting iceberg. Of the James Bond jumps only the Mt Asgard and Eiffel Tower jumps Were filmed live; The rest Were special effects. And in 2005-‘s “Batman Begins, Bruce Wayne uses BASE jumping as inspiration for his memory cloth cape. A series of BASE jumps are featured in the video for a remix of M83’s “Lower Your eyelid to Die With the Sun”. 
Guinness World Records First Listed a BASE jumping record with Carl Boenish’s 1984 leap from Trollveggen (Troll Wall) in Norway. It was described as the Highest BASE jump.  (The jump was made two days before Boenish’s death at the same site.) This record category is still in the Guinness book and is currently held by Australians Glenn singleman and Heather Swan, with a jump from Meru Peak in northern India at a starting elevation of 6.604 meters (21.667 ft).  On July 8, 2006 Captain Daniel G. Schilling set the Guinness World Record for the most BASE jumps in a twenty-four-hour period. Schilling jumped off the Perrine Bridge in Twin Falls, Idaho a record 201 times.
BASE competitions have been held since the early 1980s, with accurate landings or free fall aerobatics used as the judging criteria. Recent years have seen a formal competition held at the 452 meters (1,483 ft) high Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, judged on landing accuracy.  
In 2010 North West Norway celebrated a world record with 53 Base jumpers jumping from a cliff.
ALSO sometimes written as B.A.S.E. jumping, parachuting or wingsuit is flying from a fixed structure or cliff. “BASE” is an acronym That stands for four categories of fixed objects from Which one can jump: building, antenna, span, and earth (cliff).   Due to the lower altitudes of the jumps, BASE jumping is significantly more dangerous than skydiving from a plane. In the U.S., BASE jumping is currently regarded by many as a fringe extreme sport or stunt.  In some jurisdictions or locations, BASE jumping is Prohibited or illegal; In some places, tačiau it is permitted, like Perrine Bridge in Twin Falls, Idaho, USA. BASE jumping Became known to the wider public by depictions of BASE jumping in a number of action movies and was featured in the 2014 documentary “Sunshine Superman.”