After watching movies about superheroes, many dreamed of gaining some superhuman ability.
Here are 10 real, not invented by the authors of comic books, people with extraordinary possibilities, to explain which science is not yet able to. I wonder which team of superheroes( or perhaps super villains) would have turned out of them.
- 10. The man-bird
- 9. The rubber man
- 8. The person who never sleeps
- 7. The person with superfamy
- 6. The girl with an eagle eye
- 5. The girl-roentgen
- 4. The master of a sword
- 3.The running man
- 2. The person not feeling the pain
- 1. The Aismen
10. The man-bird
Is it a bird? This is a plane? No, it's Yves Rossi, a pilot and inventor from Switzerland. Inspired by the stories of Batman, he invented a jet pack with a maximum weight of 55 kg and a wingspan of 2 meters. This device with full refueling( 30 liters of kerosene) is able to fly at a maximum speed of 300 km / h for 10 minutes. After this time, Yves should activate the parachute, since there is no other way to land the jet pack without leaving a red and smelling iron stain on the ground.
9. Rubber man
Continues the rating of people with superpowers Daniel Browning Smith. He is flexible enough to dislocate his hands and climb through a hole the size of a tennis racket. He knows how to turn into such knots, which the ordinary person and look, it hurts. Shah and mate, Mr. Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four!
8. A person who never sleeps
Vietnamese Thay Ngoc does not sleep, after a fever in 1973.At the same time, he is not like a zombie, he feels normal and calmly engaged in daily activities.
7. A person with super memory
Daniel Tammet is able to remember incredible amounts of information. For example, in 2004, he reproduced 22,514 digits after the decimal point of the Pi number, thus beating the previous European record. Most savants( people with a deviation in development, but brilliant in any one area of knowledge) are not able to explain their amazing abilities, but Daniel differs from the others. He explains that in his head every integer up to 10.000 has its own unique texture, color, shape and feel.
6. The girl with eagle eye
Veronica Seider from Germany has a visual acuity 20 times higher than the average person. For example, she can see the faces of people 1.6 km away from herself. Now she can see her name in the Guinness Book of Records.
5. X-ray girl
Russian Natalia Demkina is able to see internal organs and determine their condition. Natalia's abilities began to manifest in 10 years. According to the girl, from the sick bodies comes something like impulses. X-ray abilities "work" only during the day. But Demkin does not see his organs.
Sword Master Isao Mathi from Japan can foresee the exact location of the thing at any given time. He uses this talent to cut down objects very quickly, using his katana to entertain people. Once he cut a ball for airsoft, which shot him.
3. Running man
Runner on long distances Dean Carnasses is not as fast as Flash from comics, but it's unlikely to compete with him real people. His extraordinary feats include non-stop running on the treadmill for 80 hours and participating in 50 marathons in 50 states for 50 consecutive days. The scientific group studying the possibilities of Dean, came to the conclusion that if he was fed and protected from dehydration, he could run at a speed of 11-17 km per hour, until he died of old age.
2. A person who does not feel pain
Tim Creedland can pierce his body with needles and skewers and sleep on a bed of nails. Tim says that he can do this because his mind prevails over matter. And the researchers are sure that this is nonsense and Tim was just born with a mutation that makes him insensitive to pain.
The top 10 real superhumans are headed by the Dutchman Wim Hof, who got 20 times in the Guinness Book of Records. He climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in shorts, broke all records on swimming in icy water, and ran half the marathon in the desert without drinking. Wim uses a meditative technique of breathing, which does not feel cold. He claims that his immune system is so developed that he does not experience negative consequences from being in extremely cold conditions.