Poorvie Choudhary recited the periodic table of the elements in 9.38 seconds.
In the course of filming Discovery Channel's Guinea Pig and in the name of science, a law enforcement professional shot volunteer Ryan Stock with the following non-lethal weapons:
8 rubber bullets
7 beanbag rounds
3 fn303 (plastic bullets)
2 different pepper sprays
2 different tasers
1 canister of tear gas
1 inferno (sound weapon)
NOTE: This attempt is extremely dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals.
Tom Andre Seppola clicked three mouse buttons a total of 402 times in 10
He used the website www.pacraig.com/click to document the feat.
(This record was also performed for 30 seconds in which he clicked 1,045
times, averaging 348 clicks per 10 seconds.)
Scott A. Stevenson popped 100 balloons using Wicked Lasers' Spyder III Krypton laser.
Daksh Choudhary recited the periodic table of the elements in 49.31 seconds while performing a headstand.
Adam Hartshorne ran five operating systems on his computer at once.
Cheong Siong recited the first 100 digits of Pi with his eyes closed in 9.41 seconds.
Thomas McGinniss created an isometric cube in Microsoft Word in
Abhishant Kumar received three Microsoft Certified System Administrator (MCSA) certificates.
Ethan Brown recited 2,012 digits of Tau from memory. He set the record to raise money for the Bethel Public Library. Learn more about the feat here.
Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyayaposted a tweet containing 77 symbols from
the Periodic Table Of Elements.
Eric Hagood has eight screws placed in his collar bone.
See full-sized image here.
Yvesz wrote an encryption program in two minutes, 10.00 seconds.
Rahamath Ali wrote 118 element symbols from the periodic table of
the elements while wearing a blindfold in one minute, 46.36 seconds.
Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyaya posted a tweet containing 27 chemical
element symbols of the Periodic Table Of Elements from the letters
in “LIVESTRONG” in a single tweet.
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