Our world is full of strange and amazing people and we have promised, we will unleash all those weird characters and bring the superhuman to your attention.
Superhuman can mean an improved human, for example, by genetic modification, cybernetic implants, or as what humans might evolve into, in the near or distant future. Occasionally, it could mean an otherwise “normal” human with unusual abilities, such as psychic abilities, flying abilities, unimaginable strength or exceptional proficiency at something, far beyond the normal.
Superhuman can also mean something that is not human, but considered to be “superior” to humans in some ways. A robot that easily passed the Turing test, and could do some things humans cannot, could be considered superhuman.
A very intelligent or strong alien could be considered superhuman. In its most basic sense it means anything beyond (typical) human capabilities, e.g. a tiger may be described as having “superhuman strength”.
There are a handful of people with an extremely rare condition known as savant syndrome that have superhuman mental capabilities. Almost always these individuals also have some kind of mental disability however, which has led to the belief that in order to have these abilities some sort of trade-off is required. Nonetheless, many of them have extraordinary talents, and some, known as prodigious savants, are relatively normal and functional with only mild or even no impairment in some cases. Also superhumans may have advanced abilities such as more powerful minds with a wider understanding of knowledge.
The follow people are all real life examples of how we can develop superhuman abilities. It’s pretty amazing stuff
Liew Thow Lin
Liew Thow Lin of Malaysiais known as the “Magnet Man” or “Mr. Magnet” because he has the ability to stick metal objects to his body.
Liew has performed in many charity events showing his ability. He can make metal objects, weighing up to 2 kg each, up to 36 kg total, stick to his skin. He has also pulled a car using this ability.
Liew’s ability is not due to any source of magnetism. Scientists from Malaysia’s University of Technologyfound no magnetic field in Lin’s body, but did determine that his skin exhibits very high levels of friction,providing a “suction effect”.The trait appears to be genetic, appearing in Lin’s three grandchildren.
Liew was featured on the second episode of the Discovery Channel’s One Step Beyond.
He says that he discovered he had the amazing ability to make objects stick “magnetically” to his skin, and now he’s added car-pulling to his repertoire. After reading an article about a family in Taiwan who possessed such power, he says he took several iron objects and put them on his abdomen, and to his surprise, all the objects including an iron, stuck on his skin and didn’t fall down. Since this “gift” is also present in three of his sons and two grandchildren, he figures it’s hereditary.
Daniel Browning Smith
He born on 1979 is the most flexible man alive and the most famous contortionist. A five time Guiness Record holder, this man is also known as “The Rubberboy”.
Daniel Browning Smith, had the strangest abilities. He discovered this at the young age of four when roughhousing with his siblings, he jumped off the bunk bed to land in a split. His father , amazed at his son’s unique gift, collected some photographs of contortionists from the local library to show Daniel.
From that moment on, Daniel wanted to be a contortionist. But not just any contortionist, THE WORLD’S GREATEST CONTORTIONIST.
He has been in many professional basketball or baseball games and on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, ESPN’s Sports Center, Oprah Winfrey, Ripley’s Believe It or Not, Cirque du Soleil, Best Damn Sports Show Period, The Discovery Channel, Men in Black 2, HBO’s Carnivale, and CSI: NY and American got a talent. He dislocates his arms to crawl through an unstrung tennis racquet. He performs contortion handstands and unique acrobatics.
Raj Mohan Nair
Some People have ability to do more than what a normal human being can do. As normal human beings, we are limited in what we can do, but there are some people, who can do extra-ordinary things, which always put us in wonder. Such people are rightly called as ‘Super Humans’ and here is a man whose body is immune to high voltage electricity
While thousands of people around the world die because of electric accidents, Raj Mohan Nair, an Indian super human, can withstand large currents of electricity with no harms caused ! Normally, a fraction of one ampere could kill an average man, but Raj Mohan can conduct 10 ampere of current through his body
His body is said to be ten times more resistant to electricity than normal human being’s body. There is a story behind how he found out this super power inside him. When his mom died, Raj Mohan broke down and decided to die. So he went to hold a high tension wire of an active transformer. On holding the live wire, nothing happened in real! He himself was shocked by this incident and came to know about his resistance power.
He wraps exposed wires around his body, and electricity flows from main plug, through his body, to electric bulbs, iron plates, mixer grinders etc, but he suffer no electric shock.
This kind of things happen rarely and not everyone can do this. Raj Mohan’s body has a high resistance power which, no normal human posses. So please don’t try this at home, ’cause your Life is precious :
Rajmohan nair, the electric man is one of the few God Gifted people who have extra-ordinary power therefore, he can perform such stunt. All of our respected readers are requested to not to try this, because your Life is very precious to us and your family too.
Superhuman – The Real Monkey man
This guy imitated the techniques of monkeys for his extraordinary climbing skills and incredible agility. He has an extremely powerful grip; he talks about the power in the tips of his fingers. His method reminds me of marital arts styles based on animal movements, and exercises based on animal movements, the bear crawl, for example.
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