At a weekend retreat, a group from Reboot set the world record for Longest Mandelbrodt Ear Chain by arranging a chain of participants who each held a piece of mandelbrodt between their ears. The feat was officiated by RecordSetter President Dan Rollman.
A total of 28 campers at iD Tech Camp Purdue University joined togther
while in inner tubes and rode along a lazy riverwhile connected.
Rob Roush led a personal invitation chain 120 people long. Each
participant invited the next to a specific event.
22 students from Driestar College in Gouda, Netherlands formed a train of office chairs and were pulled down the street behind a motorcycle.
14 people laid down in a belly chain line and laughed together for five
minutes. The record was set on World Laughter Day.
The concept was thought up and introduced by Kik Williams.
65 attendees of the 2010 Vimeo Festival lined up and and shot video
clips in cascading waterfall format, creating the longest video
Led by Jackson Bloomer, 113 people formed a high five chain circle, each person high fiving the next. The attempt lasted for two minutes.
Melanie and her family formed a chain while standing on one foot and eating apples.
Luke and 39 people created a low-five chain. They lined up and each person low-fived the next.
Leo Soucy made a beer tab chain measuring 741 feet. It consists of over 62,985 beer tabs.
Soucy is retired at the age of 60 and started collecting beer tabs as a hobby since 2008. His ultimate goal is to make a chain a quarter mile in length which is enough to circle around a race track.
He gives credit to her daughter, Christine, in helping him save beer tabs collected from friends and family. Soucy plans to donate to Shriners to help cancer patients as soon as he reach a half mile length beer tab chain.
Leah S. made a chain of foam peanuts five feet in length.
Justin L. made a chain of staples 11.5 feet in length.
Attendees of the Inventgenuity Festival created a money chain made
up of $436.32. The money was then donated to the International Rescue
The record was set on February 21, 2010 at the 2nd Annual Brooklyn
World Record Day, an event hosted by RecordSetter in conjunction
with Beam Camp as part of their Inventgenuity Festival.
Mark E. held up a horizontal Red Bull can chain 12 cans in length.
Louie Foxx held up a horizontal soda can chain 10 cans in length. He set the record to celebrate RecordSetter World Record Day.
Shripad V. assembled a single chain made out of 51 paper clips in 30 seconds.
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