What you're saying is true, but without the math there isn't a good way to objectively describe why the jump is good. Someone like Tanner Hall probably has a superb understanding of projectile motions and physics in relation to how he uses his body in the world, but he cannot articulate his understanding in a way that we can understand other than by being clutch as fuck on jumps and in transitions.
Snow park technologies uses physics to make their jumps and it works. Its a classic physics problem, but I am sure that they use computer modeling that can account more for the factors affecting drag such as number of X's in the tall tee size, temperature and structure(corn, cord, slush, ice) of the air/snow.
"..like I had a robotic machine in my brain working from outerspace telling me to just boom boom boom"