8 MOST AMAZING SUPERHUMANS IN THE WORLD

8 MOST AMAZING SUPERHUMANS IN THE WORLD


1) Shaun Ellis wolf researcher
“We humans fear the beast within the wolf because we do not understand the beast within
ourselves” ― Gerald Hausman Shaun Ellis, the man who earned a name for
himself after demonstrating a natural affinity for understanding and bonding with creatures
who are often vilified in myths and legends: wolves. Having lived with wolves as a pack member,
Shaun Ellis has developed an amazing ability to empathize and interact with them. He knows how to identify individual wolves
within the pack by sound and sight, as well as how to communicate with them easily using
sound and scent. 2) Fauja Singh
“Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.” – Mark Twain He is the oldest Marathon runner in the world. Meet 104-year-old Fauja Singh who in January
2016 participated in the Mumbai Marathon. He has done, what a lot of people who know
him, say is impossible. But for Fauja Singh, age seems to be just
a number. A farmer from Punjab, Singh began long distance
running at 81. He shot to fame when, at 89, he completed
a gruelling 26.2 mile marathon in six hours and 54 minutes. For his amazing sportive accomplishments,
Fauja Singh is called the “Sikh Superman”. 3) Thái Ngoc “Sleep is that golden chain that ties health and our bodies together.”– Thomas Dekker During sleep, the body enters in a predominantly anabolic phase, when it develops, grows, heals
and builds muscle. While sleeping, many organs, and especially
the brain, re-fuel. Most people struggle through their day if
they didn’t get enough sleep the night before. Imagine never being able to sleep at all? What would you do all the time? This is the reality for Thai Ngoc, a Vietnamese
farmer who hasn’t slept since 1973. Ever since he had a fever in 1973, he’s been
AWAKE. The most amazing fact is that the man’s brain
seems not to be affected by his condition, and the individual is mentally normal 4) Stig Severinsen – Human Dolphin The Man Who Doesn’t Breathe’: World-record diver can hold his breath underwater for 22
MINUTES Stig Severinsen – nicknamed The Man Who Doesn’t
Breathe – is the holder of multiple records in diving using his ‘State of Zen’ technique
to control his breathing. In October 2012, Mr Severinsen broke the record
for the longest time breath held voluntarily by a male by spending 22 minutes with his
head submerged in a pool in London. You or I would struggle to hold our breath
for more than a minute or so. Most people will die after just three minutes
without breathing. Stig Severinsen is more like a dolphin than
a human being. 5) Veronica Seider, a German dentist, apparently
had telescopic vision. In several demonstrations she showed that
she could identify people from more than a mile distance. Seider also claimed that she could see the
individual red, green and blue dots that make up the picture on a color television set. Veronica Seider’s unusual ability is considered
a paranormal human mystery, as the German dentist apparently had telescopic vision. 6) Daniel Kish: Man who is blind but can see
like a bat He lost his sight as a baby when he was diagnosed
with retinal cancer and now has prosthetic eyes. He makes clicking noises with his tongue and
creates a mental image of his surroundings from the reflected sound. He now trains other people who are blind to
‘see’ the same way he does. Yet he uses his ears to see. He loves hiking He says he’s trained his brain
to turn these sounds into an image of sorts — an auditory map he follows with the help
of a cane. Kish is the founder of a nonprofit called
World Access for the Blind. His goal is to teach this technique of “human
echolocation” to blind people all over the world. 7) Wim Hof (born 20 April 1959) is a Dutch
daredevil, commonly nicknamed “The Iceman” for his ability to withstand extreme cold. Research has shown that Wim Hof is able to
control his autonomic nervous system. He is the creator of the Wim Hof Method and
holds more than 20 world records. Wim is internationally renowned for his countless
ice endeavors that range from being up to his neck in a cylinder filled with ice cubes
for over 90 minutes, swimming long distances under polar ice, running a marathon barefoot
to climbing the Everest in nothing more than a pair of shorts. It gained him worldwide fame and his nickname:
The Iceman. 8) He’s the real-life Spiderman! Meet the real-life Spider-man – who effortlessly
scales buildings using his bare hands. Jyoti Raju, 29, has become famous in his native
India thanks to his incredible talents. He regularly wows tourists at a 17th-century
fort near his home Chitradurga by running and scaling the towering relic in a matter
of seconds. Most of us have some sort of fear of heights,
and even standing on top of a tall building or bridge can get our adrenaline rushing. Jyoti Raju takes this fear to a whole new
level, and is known as the Monkey King.

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