Tuesday, February 19, 2013

The world's first 360-degree backflip in a CAR

This is the heart-stopping moment a champion rally driver became the first person to perform a 360-degree backflip in a car.
French daredevil Guerlain Chicherit, 34, sped towards a 25ft high ramp in his specially built Mini Countryman at an exact 37mph.
He then hit the quarter-pipe and took off, soaring 75ft into the air and flipping his car a full 360 degrees backwards.

The professional stunt driver then landed rear wheels first on other side of the specially-made snow ramp the French ski resort of Tignes, in the Alps.
Chicherit's jaw-dropping stunt yesterday was the result of four years of preparation as he became the first person to successfully backflip a car.
He completed the first stunt in private on Sunday morning and then repeated the feat later in front of thousands of fans as a part of event set up by the Monster energy drink.
The rally star said: 'Before the jump it was crazy. I was alone in the car before the start and I just had to do it, everything was ready.
'I had to arrive at 60kph [37mph] and be full throttle in the kicker to get the right rotation.
'In the jump, I knew the balance of the car was good and it took me maybe 20 seconds to realise I had landed on my wheels.

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Sheep sold for 80,000 KWD in Kuwait

WTF ! Sheep sold for 80,000 KWD ( 284,303 US Dollar or 209,545 Euro)

How astronauts Wash their hands in Space

Have you ever wondered how astronauts manage to complete everyday, mundane tasks like washing their hands, completely weightless?
A new video released by the Canadian Space Agency has revealed the answer - no-rinse soap.

Toddler's First Train Ride

In footage that will melt the hardest of hearts, the toddler is seen sqeaking with delight and leaping up and down on the platform as the train rolls in. The video has been become a huge online hit after Madeleine Dubio's father posted it on YouTube.

Daniel Dubois said although he knew his daughter would be happy, he had not predicted the level of excitement the present would bring.
The short video was shared with family and friends on YouTube nearly two years ago, but after an unknown person posted it on Reddit on Monday it has spread across the globe at incredible speed.
In a matter of hours it had surpassed 50,000 views, and by Wednesday it had racked up over 540,000 hits on the site.

Monday, February 4, 2013