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Multiple human births

Multiple human births

Multiple human births. Five sisters – Elizaveta, Alexandra, Nadezhda, Tatiana and Varvara

Multiple human births.
About the Artamkins family talked a little more four years ago. All federal TV channels showed scenes of the family, which once had five beautiful daughters – Elizaveta, Alexandra, Nadezhda, Tatiana and Varvara. Russian doctors refused to carry this pregnancy. British doctors have helped to see the light to all five girls. The head of the family Dmitry Artamkin teaches math in high school. He says the doctors stated, “You know that your wife will die along with all the kids?’. At the Center of Protection of Mother and Child (paradoxical name) gathered a council, and these venerable professors predicted that pregnancy would last up to a maximum of twenty weeks. They put his wife in a deadlock with the statement: “We – the leading center, and we reject you, nowhere in the world, we have not heard, that was born bunch of fives and all would be well.” The support Dmitry and his pregnant wife had only in the Church. This once again reminds us that you can only rely on God and in their case on the British doctors.
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Queen of pirates Granuaile

Queen of pirates Granuaile, drawing by Anton Batov

Queen of pirates Granuaile, drawing by Anton Batov

Queen of pirates Granuaile was born Grace O’Malley in 1530, Connaught, Ireland. The name Grace was given to her by the British, with whom the queen of pirates fought or put up all her life. At birth, she was named Grainne, and then was given the nickname Granuaile, which means Bald Grainne. “Bald” she was at thirteen years old, when asked her father to take her with him. She was told that the woman on the ship – a bad omen. Then she took scissors and cut off her short dark curls, “Done, now I am a man!” Her father laughed and took the daughter on a trading expedition to Spain.
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Worlds Strongest Girl Varya Akulova

Worlds Strongest Girl Varya Akulova

Worlds Strongest Girl Varya Akulova

World’s Strongest Girl Varya Akulova was listed twice in the World Guinness Records as the strongest girl on the planet. In 2004, when she was 12, Varya Akulova lifted a total of 350 kg, while her own weight was only 40 kg. The Ukrainian girl lifted a 100 kg barbell for the first time at the age of three. Varya Akulova is 21 now, she has turned into a beautiful lady and she continues to set records in weightlifting. Her next goal is a golden Olympic Medal and the title of the World’s Strongest Woman. Varvara Yurievna Akulova was born in the Ukrainian miner town of Krivoy Rog on 10 January 1992 into a family of circus performers Yuriy Akulov and Larisa Akulova. Varya managed to get a job at a circus with her mother and father when she was 10 years old. Now the family lives in Kiev.
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Miniature books by Guinness Record artist Anatoly Konenko

Miniature books by Guinness Record artist Anatoly Konenko

Miniature books by Guinness Record artist Anatoly Konenko

Miniature books by Guinness Record artist Anatoly Konenko
The miniature book of poems Sonnets by William Shakespeare, artist Anatoly Konenko. Russian micro miniature painter Anatoly Ivanovich Konenko is from the Siberian city of Omsk, was born on 23 February 1954, in Orsk, Orenburg Region. In 1996 he got into Guinness Book of World Records for creating the worlds smallest book, an edition of Chameleon by Anton Chekhov. Konenko began his career in 1981, becoming the first micro miniature artist in Siberia. Since 2007 he has been creating amazing art works together with his son Stanislav. Anatoly Konenko is a member of Union of Designers of Russia, Union of Russian Artists. In 2005 he was nominated for the State Prize in the field of art. His personal permanent exhibition of unique miniatures was opened in Omsk in 2007. The talented Russian artist is World Records Academy recognized since 22.09.2011, and from 2012, he is an expert of Record Book. Among the works of Anatoly Konenko are most famous savvy flea, grasshopper, playing the violin, a caravan of camels in the needle’s eye, and more than 200 miniature books.
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Worlds first edible spray paint

Worlds first edible spray paint

Red Strawberry is going to be blue. Worlds first edible spray paint by German food company The Deli Garage

Worlds first edible spray paint

Edible spray paint by German food company The Deli Garage. Worlds first edible spray paint was invented by a German food company The Deli Garage, Hamburg. Blue strawberries, silver carrots, golden apples. The spray paint has no taste and can be applied on any item of food, transforming a plain meal into a feast of color. The cans, called ‘Food Finish,’ sold online for £21.50, come in colors – gold, silver, red and blue. To give the food a makeover, cooking enthusiasts must spray the paint layer by layer and wait for it to dry to enjoy the perfect finish. Project managers believe that food looks better when it’s sprayed in a sparkly color.
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Azad Singh worlds smallest teacher

Azad Singh worlds smallest teacher

25-year-old Azad Singh worlds smallest teacher, India

Azad Singh worlds smallest teacher. Azad Singh is the world’s smallest teacher, he is 3ft (91.44 centimeters) tall and weighs 2st 13lbs. As a result of rare hormone disorder Azad Singh stopped growing at the age of five, now he has to wears children’s clothes. He was bullied at school, often was mistaken for a baby and labelled a circus freak, but Azad Singh has achieved his dreams of becoming a teacher. He teaches computer skills at an all-girls school in Haryana, India. To address his pupils, Mr. Singh stands on a table so that he is high enough to reach the whiteboard. His pupils affectionately call him ‘Chotu’ which means ‘Little Sir’.
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Guinness Records Macau Mural

Guinness Records Macau Mural

Guinness Records Macau Mural – a giant colorful mosaic of a Rubik’s Cube created by the team of Toronto based artists of Cube Works Studio

Guinness Records Macau Mural

The group of creative Canadian artists Cube Works Studio, had been already in the Guinness Book of Records as the creator of the giant mosaic of a Rubik’s Cube, before the new colorful creation of a mosaic 85.794 cubes appeared in the Chinese city of Macau. On the previous record mosaics – “The Last Supper” and “Hand of God”, were used 4 and 12 thousand Rubik’s cubes, respectively. 85 000 cubes have become “building blocks” in the new grand art-object by Toronto artists, who formed a structure of about 4 meters in height and 60 – in width. “Our work is intended to inspire, to unite and to attract people using their nostalgic feeling – we use familiar objects, but presents them from an unexpected angle,” – said the leader of the Cube Works team Josh Chalom.
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