दुनिया के 6 सबसे अद्भूत इंसान जिनमे है अपार शक्ति | WORLD's 6 REAL LIFE SUPERHERO | IN HINDI
1) RATHAKRISHNAN VELU
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Heaviest train pulled by teeth
4.2 TONNE(S)/METRIC TON(S)
18 OCTOBER 2003
Velu Rathakrishnan (Malaysia) used his teeth to pull two KTM commuter trains, with a total of weight of 260.8 tonnes (574,964 lb), a distance of 4.2 m (13 ft 9 in) along rails at Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, Malaysia, on 18 October 2003.
2) KEVIN RICHARDSON
Kevin Richardson was born in the Nightingale Clinic on 8 October 1974 in Johannesburg, South Africa. He spent his childhood in the neighbourhood of Orange Grove. His mother, Patricia, worked for Barclays Bank and was also born in South Africa. Richardson's father, who worked for a pharmaceutical company, was born in the United Kingdom and moved to South Africa from Reading, Berkshire. Kevin Richardson is the youngest of four children: he has an older brother and two sisters who are twins. His father died when Richardson was thirteen years old. When he was about sixteen, he met Stan Schmidt and began his career as a "self-taught behaviourist.
3) CLAUDIO PINTO
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Claudio Pinto doesn’t look like a superhuman at first glance, however he has a special talent, one that he describes as “God given
He is a former driver who changed careers when he realized he could make money with his God-given abilities.
At one point Pinto was employed to scare visitors in a haunted house, although he was laid off and has since focused on increasing his abilities.
He seeks global recognition for his talent and is ranked first in Brazil.
4) DENIAL TAMMET
Daniel Tammet FRSA (born 31 January 1979) is an English writer, essayist, translator, and autistic savant. His 2006 memoir, Born on a Blue Day, about his life with Asperger syndrome and savant syndrome, was named a "Best Book for Young Adults" in 2008 by the American Library Association Young Adult Library Services magazine. His second book, Embracing the Wide Sky, was one of France's best-selling books of 2009. His third book, Thinking in Numbers, was published on 16 August 2012 by Hodder & Stoughton in the United Kingdom and on 30 July 2013 by Little, Brown and Company in the United States and Canada. Mishenka, his first novel, was published in France and Quebec in 2016. His books have been published in 20 languages. He was elected in 2012 to serve as a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
5) BEN UNDERWOOD
Ben Underwood (footballer) (1901–1958), English footballer
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6) THAI NGOC
Thái Ngọc (born 1942) is a Vietnamese insomniac. According to Vietnamese news organization Thanh Niên, he is best known for his claim of being awake for 43 years. Thanh Niên also claimed that Ngoc acquired the ability to go without sleep after a bout of fever in 1973, but according to the Vietnam Investment Review, there was no apparent cause.
At the time of the Thanh Niên report, Ngoc suffered from no apparent ill effect other than being unable to sleep. He was mentally sound and carried two 50 kg (110 lb) of pig feed down a 4 km (2.5 mi) road every day.
In October 2006, however, Ngoc reported that he was beginning to feel "like a plant without water" due to the lack of sleep
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