I don’t wanna say it’s global warming, but it sure quacks like global warming.
I can’t even muster enough willpower to count up to 104.
Hardy little things too.
You could say they hit a high note.
A 22-page micro-print of Shiki no Kusabana (flowers of seasons) is officially the smallest book in the world, measuring 0.75 millimetres (0.03 inches) or just about impossible to read with the naked eye. The book was printed by Toppan Printing in Japan, who have been making micro books since 1964, using its ultrafine printing technology, the same method used to avoid forgery of paper currency. Previously,
Hawaiian surfer Garrett McNamara has nerves (and other body parts) of steel! According to all reports, he broke his own Guinness world record with a ride on a wave that was about 30 meters (about 100 feet). The stage was set in Nazare, Portugal, as a jetski towed him to a monstruous setting, with constant waves over 10 meters –