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The Guinness world records are hardest to break, but looking at it, no one wants to do it

Since its inception in the 50s, the Guinness Book of World Records has always had a strange attraction for all mankind, the old records are always looking for ways to overcome, break, and stunned. Overwhelmed by the most extraordinary experiences in life that you can witness, nothing seems to stop humanity’s longing. However, there are some records to date that have not been broken since they first appeared and may never be broken.

    Who holds the most world records

    Who wouldn’t expect a name in the Guinness Book of World Records, but appearing more than 700 times is too horrible, you must have heard the name Ashrita Furman, the man who spent more than 30 years to break the record.

    Ashrita Furman – passionate man set a record and broke it

    Just reaching a certain record, this man continues to make plans to break it, without stopping. And Ashrita’s records are also varied in subject matter, such as the longest continuous journey with a bottle of fresh milk on top or the most number of hopscotch games completed in 24 hours …

    The person with the longest nail in the world

    In 2014, Shridhar Chillal from India set the record for owning the longest nail in one hand. It is known that over 60 years of his life, this man did not cut his nails.

    At the time of the record setting, the fingernail in this person’s left hand ranged from about 164.5cm to 197.8cm. These nails have really caused the man to experience a lot of inconvenience and pain for a long time. That’s why people have been cutting and putting on nails on display at the museum New York’s Ripley’s Believe it or Not !.

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    Shridhar Chillal with his super long nails

    The tallest man in the world

    It was Robert Wadlow, who snatched the title of tallest man in the world in 1940 with a height of 2.72 meters. Born with a perfectly normal size, but since childhood, Wadlow has grown to outperforming his peers. At the age of 8, this man looked like a tower with children when the height reached 180cm.

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    Robert Wadlow holds the world record with a height of 2.72m

    Despite his great height, this is really a problem for Wadlow, things get worse as he grows up. Doctors diagnosed Wadlow with a strange syndrome, causing the pituitary gland and growth hormones to develop more than the average person.

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    The great height makes Wadlow miserable and leads to a destiny

    Sadly, Wadlow died at the age of 22, from an infection in his ankle. Currently, the condition that he has contracted can be cured and prevented uncontrolled growth of hormones.

    Most people hit by lightning

    Actually, this record is very difficult to break because no one wants to play with death. Former ranger, Roy C. Sullivan somehow survived 7 lightning strikes.

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    “Lightning Tree” is one of the many nicknames that are given to former rangers

    The first time was in 1942, when this man lost his toenail. After that, Sullivan suffered more lightning strikes, and in 1977 was the last on record, this time Sullivan suffered severe burns to her chest and abdomen.

    The person with the world’s weirdest diet

    It is recommended not to try at home with the following behaviors, specifically 18 bicycles, 15 supermarket trolleys, 8 TVs, 2 beds, 1 pair of snowboards, a small airplane of Cessna firm and a computer were “eaten” by Michel Lotito during his lifetime. Thanks to the ability to eat indigestible items, the Michel Lotito record is difficult to break.

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    Michel Lotito eats his bicycle, photo taken in May 1989

    It is known that stomach experts said this man has a unique ability that is to consume 900g of metal in a day. Michel says that foods such as bananas or boiled eggs make him feel uncomfortable, only metal and glass can be considered “chicks”.

    The worst pandemic in history

    While we are going through bad days due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, in the past, there was a super fatal pandemic that raged from around 1347 to 1351.

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    The “Black Death” or the plague devastated Europe, killing a quarter of its population at that time. And not just the Old Continent, the world has also lost about 75 million people to the plague, making it the deadliest and worst pandemic.

    Survivor through 2 nuclear bombs

    Surely no one wants to hold this miraculous but very painful record. Tsutomu Yamaguchi on a business trip to the Japanese city of Hiroshima was unlucky to receive an atomic bomb thrown by the US. This man then survived, but the bad luck did not stop there.

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    The Guinness world records are hardest to break but looking at it no one wants to do it | Khám phá

    Tsutomu Yamaguchi was lucky to survive two US nuclear bombs in Japan

    When he returned to Nagasaki, his hometown, America continued to drop the 2nd atomic bomb on this place. And once again, death forgot the name Tsutomu Yamaguchi, helping the man who survived the terrible explosion so he could tell his story.

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