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Ever felt like just flying away on a jet plane? No? Well after today’s video, you definitely will feel like it! We’re going jet-setting in some of the most insane private jets you’ll ever come across! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr Watch our "Evidence That Aliens HAVE Visited Earth " video here:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iL227eb9FSI Watch our "CRAZY Ideas That Actually Worked!" video here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0n2wEAiOcg Watch our UNBELIEVABLE Items Found After Tsunamis !" video here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNNLwdBI7Gk 9 - Time flies when you’re having fun… Jim Carrey, like John Travolta, also has a passion for flying and he owns a luxury private jet, a Gulfstream V. This craft is only 1 of 100, and reports suggest Carrey spent $41 million on it! Tom Cruise also owns one of these craft, but it’s not said whether Carrey can fly it or not. I’m leaning towards not, as he does have a crew of two that work for him and the Gulfstream V is said to be one of the highest performance and safety intensive private jets in the world. 8 - Happy Landings… Of course, Oprah Winfrey has her own jet, and hers is a Global Express XRS Jet, which can accommodate up to 10 passengers. It cost $42,000,000 and this jet is said to be rather popular among the who’s who and other celebs including Celine Dion and Steven Spielberg. 7 - Queen of the Skies… That’s the name given to this Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental BBJ, and before any modifications have been done on this beast, the cost is $357 Million. One was bought by a private investor, who paid millions for his custom-designed interior. The interior gives you 4,800 square feet of space, which includes a full office, gorgeous dining room – with the ability to convert into a boardroom, lounge, and there’s another lounge located in the hump at the top. This plane makes luxury hotels look pale in comparison. 6 - On the wings of a prayer… Mark Cuban spent $144.1 million on a Boeing 767-277 which was designed by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Mark Cuban has no shortage of funds and is an American business magnate and investor. This craft features luxurious interiors and boasts some pretty impressive high-performance figures. Cuban is no stranger to planes, and purchased his first in 1999, a Gulfstream V for $40 million. He says buying the aircrafts were his best investments, and he doesn’t see it as showing off, but rather a necessity as he now doesn’t waste any time and can spend more time with his friends and family. 5 - Avid traveler… We mentioned Steven Spielberg earlier, and he too owns a Global Express XRS. These jets are powered by Rolls-Royce BR710 engines, can travel for 16-hours without needing to be refueled and can maintain an altitude of 51,000-feet. 4 - Take your seats for landing… Sergey Brin and Larry Page are the founders of Google. They created it in 1998 when they were PhD students at Stanford University, California. They own roughly 14% of the shares and are in control of 56% of the stockholder voting power. They own a Boeing 767-200 estimated to have cost them $25 million. This luxury passenger jet has earned the nickname ‘Google Jet’ or ‘Google One’ and it won landing rights at Moffet Field, which is owned and run by NASA. This is the first time ever that the private runway has been open to a private aircraft. This aircraft can carry up to 50 passengers, and was a second-hand model bought from Qantas. Whether this has already happened, reports are unclear, but there was talk of 2 opulent staterooms, a sitting room, dining area and even hammocks hanging from the ceiling. 3 - Cabin crew take your seats… He earned the title of the highest paid man in entertainment in 2011 by Forbes, so it’s no wonder that Tyler Perry can afford to spend $125million on a Gulfstream III. Perry is an actor, playwright, and filmmaker and has directed many well-known movies. His Gulfstream III has been customized to become a “flying theatre” and boasts several huge displays and a library of films and play to choose from. Say goodbye to regular window shades and hello to a special type of glass that can control the opacity with a click of a button. Top speeds are 576 mph and it has a range of 4,200 miles. 2 - Earn your wings… Rupert Murdoch has done just that, and he’s bought himself a Boeing Business Jet for a considerable amount of money. These jets have a starting price of $47 Million and range to $310 Million. With a net worth of $15.9 billion, he can afford to splash out. as the Boeing Business Jet or Boeing 737 can accommodate 50 people and has additional fuel tanks for intercontinental range. There’s every commodity his heart could desire and is manned by a crew of four. It can reach 41,000-feet and has 2 CFM International CFM56-7 turbofan engines powering it. Each jet can be custom-designed according to your budget, so hopefully yours is a large one!
Our planet holds some pretty exciting things, from hidden histories to surprising mysteries, and we thought we’d give you another look at some of the more excellent finds on the place we call home. Here you’ll find birds bigger than you can fathom, temperatures that were once deemed impossible, devices that we don’t know much about, and much more. So sit back, grab a snack, and get ready for Most Unbelievable Discoveries on Earth! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr Watch our "Evidence That Aliens HAVE Visited Earth " video here:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iL227eb9FSI Watch our "CRAZY Ideas That Actually Worked!" video here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0n2wEAiOcg Watch our UNBELIEVABLE Items Found After Tsunamis !" video here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNNLwdBI7Gk 4. Absolute Zero It seems as though absolute zero isn’t so absolute! It was once thought to be the coldest temperature possible, but as some researchers showed a few years back, absolute zero isn’t the coldest that things can go! What temperature is that? Well, it’s negative 459.67 degrees Fahrenheit or negative 273.15 degrees Celsius! Holy moly! When the temperature of an object is taken, the temperature is actually a measure of how much its atoms are moving, and at absolute zero, the particles in things stop moving altogether, therefore, according to the Kelvin scale, nothing can be colder than that. But, a team of scientists in German from Ludwig Maximilian University managed to cool down a cloud of gas atoms inside of a vacuum to below the negative 459.67 point, and the researchers were so surprised with their accomplishment that they didn’t even know what to do with the atoms! They reached temperatures that were a few billionths of a Kelvin below the absolute zero mark, and that’s remarkable! The almost unbelievable temperatures reached are officially the lowest ever found and the gas particles are the coldest things that have ever existed… on our planet, at least. 3. The Tsunamis of Mars So, there seems to be some proof that Mars could have experienced some powerful tsunamis back in the day, like way, way back in the day, like billions of years ago! We first started to think that there may have been a vast Martian ocean back in the 1990’s when a man named Timothy Parker studied images from NASA’s Viking program and found what might actually be an ancient shoreline on the planet. Since the findings, some scientists have come up with the idea that some of the asteroids that created the pockmarked surface of the planet probably crashed into the giant ocean, which would have, without a doubt, caused tsunamis. And they’ve found some evidence that is compelling enough to pay attention to. There seem to be features known as “thumbprint terrain” near where the tsunamis are thought to have hit, which can be explained by how a tsunami works: in multiple pulses, one on the way inland and one on the way back out to sea. It’s thought that the waves would have reached a massive 300 meters tall but would have died down to roughly 75 or 80 meters by the time they hit the shore. That’s 262.467 feet! The tallest wave ever recorded on Earth was 78 feet tall… just let that sink in. 2. Antikythera So, if you haven’t heard of the Antikythera Mechanism yet, it’s time that you learned a little bit about it. It was discovered back in 1900 or 1901, inside of the Antikythera shipwreck off of the Greek island Antikythera… hence the name. It’s believed to have been designed as some kind of ancient analog computer by the Greeks to try and accurately predict eclipses and various astronomical positions. It’s made up of a complex system of at least thirty meshing bronze gears, and detailed imaging suggested that it was made up of 37. It’s also said to have been used to help track the cycle of different athletic games that were similar to the Olympic Games. The intensely technologically advanced mechanism has been dated back to somewhere around 87 BC and was lost just a few short years later, and the shipwreck in which it was found happened around 70 to 60 BC. It’s not exactly known why the mechanism was on board the ship but many think that it was stolen and was being transported from Rhodes to Rome with all sorts of other stolen treasures to support a parade that was being held by none other than Julius Caesar. This just goes to show that ancient civilizations were more advanced than we thought… or was it aliens, man? 1...
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Here we go again with another list of things we just can’t seem to get the hang of. Lucky for you, we’re here to give the tips and tricks you’ll need to make your life easier, and you may be shocked at some of the things you’ve not been using correctly. From how to peel certain fruits, how to hold a burger, how to save your precious ice cream, and beyond—this is Things You’ve Been Doing Wrong This Entire Time!
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7. Lucky Number 57
Do you fiddle and faddle with the ketchup bottle at restaurants for what feels like hours just to get one little glob of ketchup to come out? If you’ve ever had to use a glass bottle of Heinz 57, you’ll know what we’re talking about, but luckily for all of us, there’s a simple solution to this problem, and it’s a lot easier than you may think. Instead of trying to shove things up into the bottle and scrape the ketchup out, just hold the bottle at an angle and tap on the embossed 57 on the side that’s located just below the neck. Repeat that for a few seconds, and pretty soon you should have a flowing river of ketchup! Thank us the next time you go to a restaurant and don’t end up giving up and eating plain old dry fries.
6. Even Heating
Leftovers can be a pain, with some of the food heating up in the microwave while the underside stays cold. Then you stir it and get most of it hot, but there’s still always that one section that didn’t quite get on board with what you were trying to do. Want to fix this heating problem? Just make a hole in the center of your food, and this will allow the food to be heated more evenly, and you shouldn’t have any more problems with those pesky cold spots! Go on, give it a try the next time you need to heat or reheat something. You’ll be glad that you listened to us.
5. Perfect Pasta
We have mentioned this before in previous videos, but in case you’re new here, we’ll tell you about it again! Have you ever sat and wondered why they would make a hole in your pasta spoon? Or perhaps you’ve come to the conclusion that it’s there for the water to drain? It does work to let water through, as most holes do, but it’s actually there for a different reason entirely! The hole represents the perfect amount of pasta for one serving and can help you keep your portion under control! If you regularly make more or less than you need, you can now have a measure as to how much you really need with this neat trick! Do it right from here on out!
4.No More Dents
Do you want to be able to cut your loaves of bread without denting the heck out of it while doing so? Well, this little hack is one of the simplest solutions to a problem on this list because all you have to do is flip the thing over and cut from the bottom. The flat surface of the bottom of the loaf of bread will allow you to cut through it, no problem, without the annoying dents that happen when you try to cut through the curved top. Easy.
3. Burger Basics
Alright, so we’ll admit, this probably isn’t one of the burger eating basics, but it should be. We should be taught how to hold a burger like this from a very young age; heck, it would have saved our parents lots of messes and frustration over wasted money. All you have to do is support four different areas on the bottom of the burger with your pinkies and thumbs, as you can see in this picture, and you can use your other hands for holding the top bun. This method helps to keep your meal intact and holds the ingredients inside in place! This is very smart, and it’s so obvious that we can’t believe we didn’t figure this one out for ourselves years ago.
2. Attention Ladies!
As you probably know, most people in America at least wear some form of underwear. Ladies, you may think that that little piece of extra fabric in yours was put in intentionally to act as a tiny pocket for storage, but if you believe that, you’re actually wrong. In underwear in general, to meet health standards, manufacturers need to put in a special layer of soft fabric so that nothing gets irritated. But the way that women’s underwear is made makes it impossible for companies to fully close the layer because the seams could lead to some unwanted discomfort. So they skip closing it entirely and it just so happens to form a little pocket inside, but that’s not what it was really meant for in the first place! The more you know.