In honor of Earth Day, over 160 countries premiered One Day on Earth, the largest global film premiere of all-time. The documentary, which features footage shot exclusively on October 10th, 2010 (10/10/10), includes clips from every single country on earth.
United Nations Development Programme helped bring the project to life, and organized a special screening at the United Nations General Assembly in New York City. At this event, RecordSetter president Dan Rollman presented a certificate to the film's director, Kyle Ruddick.
Ed Heemskerk planned to play Q*Bert for 100 hours on a single coin and set a world record for Longest Time Playing a Video Game Using One Quarter.
After 56.5 hours, a power surge caused by an electrical storm brought unexplained death to Heemskerk's on-screen player and somehow reset the game. Read more about the unfortunate feat here.
Sarah Falcon took 78 leaf-crushing footsteps in 30 seconds.
Brian Jay smashed 14 pine cones with a badminton racquet in 30 seconds,
a new world record.
Justie set the record on June 28, 2009 in Arlington Heights, Illinois.
Justin Kay was present as a witness.
A member of TV Camp hugged 33 trees in one minute.
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