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        A new series of posts showcasing some amazing people...

        Episode 1: Daniel Tammet, the man with an incredible brain

        Daniel Paul Tammet is a British autistic savant gifted with a facility for mathematical calculations, sequence memory, and natural language learning.

        In his mind, he says, each number up to 10,000 has its own unique shape and feel, that he can "see" results of calculations as landscapes.

        He holds the European record for memorising and recounting pi to 22,514 digits in just over five hours. He also speaks quite a few languages: English, French, Finnish, German, Spanish, Lithuanian, Romanian, Estonian, Icelandic, Welsh and Esperanto.

        He was challenged to learn Icelandic in one week. Seven days later he appeared on Icelandic television conversing in Icelandic, with his Icelandic language instructor saying it was "not human."

        Check out this video: click here.

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        I remember seeing this on TV.  This guy is absolutely incredible,

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        Incredible, is it true??
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        Unbelievable, I watched all five parts and it was very interesting.
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        jbuijsheeschw wrote:

        Incredible, is it true??


        It is true, yes.
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        Episode 2: Ben Underwoodtaught, the boy with sonar vision

        This lad is blind, both of his eyes were removed when he was only 3 years old. But he plays basketball and rides on a bicycle.

        He taught himself to use echo location to navigate. No guide-dogs, no sticks, he uses sound to find his way around the world.

        He makes a short click sound that bounces back from objects, then his ears pick up the echos to let him know where the respective objects are. As far as I know he is the only person in the world who sees using nothing but echo location.

        Here's a video about him: click here
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        great find thanks for the share
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        Now off to Youtube, the memory guy sounds amazing!
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        Episode 3: Daniel Browning Smith - The Rubber Boy

        He is the most flexible man alive and a five time Guiness Record holder. He dislocates his arms to crawl through an unstrung tennis racquet. He performs contortion handstands and unique acrobatics.

        Here's a video of one of his performances: click here to watch
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        Eww quite creepy but amazing at the same time.

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        I'm not sure I'm disgusted or impressed by the Rubber Man.  I was in pain watching him.
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        Episode 4: Michel Lotito - the man who can eat anything

        This guy was born in 1950 and he is a French entertainer. He became famous as the consumer of all sorts of undigestable things, and is known as "Monsieur Mangetout" (Mister Eat-it-all).

        He ate metal, glass, rubber, bicycles, televisions, a Cessna 150, and so on. He needed two years to eat that aircraft though, from 1978 to 1980.

        He apparently possesses a stomach and intestine with walls of twice the usual thickness, and his digestive acids are abnormally powerful, allowing him to digest a certain portion of his strange meals.

        Here's more about him in a video: click here to watch
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        Hmm... interesting. My stomach might hurt after drinking water. Not fair.
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        I guess he has to stay away from magnets though
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        Yes, I guess there's always a good side and a bad side of everything.

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