Top 10 Badly Dressed World Leaders

A lot of world leaders, even ones from wealthy and developed countries, dress terribly and often look like a hot mess.

Both living and passed leaders can fit this description, and there is a wealth of material on both.

Here, let’s take a look at the Top 10 worst-dressed world leaders. And Sorry, Kim Jong-un, though you have a sweet Panama hat , you’re still on the list.

10. Richard Nixon

Top 10 Badly Dressed World Leaders

Um, wow. Well, first of all, check out how high up his pants are. How can he breathe? Seriously, the U.S. President could not find any better gear to wear than this bought-on-sale-from Marshall’s ensemble?

9. Muammar Gaddaffi

Top 10 Badly Dressed World Leaders

In addition to being the former feared and despotic maniacal leader of Libya, this dictator likes to wear women’s makeup apparently.

8. Hugo Chavez

Top 10 Badly Dressed World Leaders

Here’s the former Venezuelan president with fellow lefty extremists, the Castro brothers, in a track suit with his country’s colors adorned proudly.

Yeah, represent your hood, but damn …

7. Kim Jong Il

Top 10 Badly Dressed World Leaders

Here is the late North Korean dictator suspiciously eyeing some pizza dough like he has never seen it before, does not trust it and suspects it of containing poison.

Hey, like Joseph Heller wrote in “Catch 22,” just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t after you.

6. Mao Zedong

Top 10 Badly Dressed World Leaders

Here he is in the usual Communist leader standard-issue green military outfit looking very stylish.

And in the picture it seems he is “voting” — for some new clothes, perhaps.

5. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Top 10 Badly Dressed World Leaders

This frightening Holocaust denier and former president of Iran is a man of the people. Here he is pictured taking the bus to work.

Hopefully the commute won’t be delayed by traffic or someone would be in serious trouble for sure. I’ve heard despots can be very serious about getting to work on time. After all, freedom can’t crush itself.

4. John Howard

Top 10 Badly Dressed World Leaders

This former Australian Prime Minister doesn’t seem like he likes to smile, in fact, it appears quite painful for him.

And what is he holding in the left picture anyway? Is it a cricket bat or some Aussie butt-hitting ritual implement, similar to the boot that famously kicked Bart Simpson in the rear after he offended the entire nation?

3. Fidel Castro

Top 10 Badly Dressed World Leaders

Give the man credit, when Castro found a look he liked, he stuck it through until the end.

The drab, olive-green military look never goes out of style — for dictators at least.

2. Kim Jong-un

Top 10 Badly Dressed World Leaders

Keeping a beleaguered population in line is a full-time job for North Korea ’s Dear Leader.

When the day has ended and all the torture and propaganda is done, he obviously likes to get some fresh air on the terrace and show off that terrible, just awful haircut.

He likes expensive imported European cheeses, but can’t find someone in a country of millions that can give him a good trim? I hope he didn’t tip. Or maybe he figured not locking up the barber was generous enough?

1. Vladimir Putin

Top 10 Badly Dressed World Leaders

This scary leader is probably one of that last people who should be photographed brandishing a weapon. Maybe he was thinking, “Hey, I’m not perceived as intimidating or macho enough.” Actually, ahem, correction, no one wants to try you, Mr. Putin. I think we are all clear that you are a badass.

Sorry, Presidents!

(source:theblot.com)

See Also: Top 10 Presidents Who Were Super Hot When They Were Young

Top 10 Badly Dressed World Leaders

Top 10 Best Concept Cars for the Future

The future has never looked this beautiful.

Even though most of us can’t afford such incredible concept cars, we still appreciate their exquisite design.

Here are the top 10 best concept cars of the future.

10. Lamborghini SUV By Lamborghini.

Top 10 Best Concept Cars for the Future

This New Lamborghini SUV, with some awesome design, high tech features and amazing performance is a real treat for cars lovers.

Lamborghini recently confirms that Lamborghini SUV will be available in Market by 2017.

9. Mercedes-Benz 300SL by Slimane Toubal.

Top 10 Best Concept Cars for the Future

The Mercedes-Benz 300 SL is one of the most beautiful cars when it comes to automotive design.

Since the first generation was produced in 1954, the 300 SL became a dream car for many. After 58 years, the 300 SL is still a legend.

8. eXtremes by Marianna Merenmies.

Top 10 Best Concept Cars for the Future

Futuristic crossover styling meets space-age materials in Marianna Merenmies’ 3-passenger concept, “eXtremes.”

It’s is an exploration into the use of Aerogel, a material often used in space exploration, as a lightweight, insulating automotive shell.

The material, which is 99.8% gas, can be used for insulation against severe temperatures in areas like the Siberian Tundra that are susceptible to extreme weather.

7. BMW X MPower by Aldo Schurmann.

Top 10 Best Concept Cars for the Future

BMW X MPower concept adopts the same 5.0i v8 twin-turbocharged engine of the X6, but incorporates it into a two-seater roadster for some serious whip.

Characterized by elegant bimmer styling at the mouth and a wild, sporty aesthetic at the rear, it’s business in the front and party in the back for this bad boy.

6. Jaguar C-X17 Crossover Concept.

Top 10 Best Concept Cars for the Future

You may not realize it, but Jaguar is the only mainstream automaker that doesn’t offer a crossover or SUV.

The British automaker jaguar has debuted the C-X17 sports crossover concept, their first-ever sports crossover concept that features new, flexible all-aluminum architecture that’ll be used to underpin future Jaguars.

5. Super Hatchback Concept by Jamie Martin.

Top 10 Best Concept Cars for the Future

This car looks fantastic. SHC aims to look cutting-edge and fast, with a choice of three powertrains, environmentally friendly details, and supercar features in an everyday car.

It has the options of ‘AirHybrid’ & ‘Gasoline Compression Ignition (GCI).

It’s got Front-Engined with lateral orientation, sequential twin-turbocharging with overboost facility, direct injection, stop-start technology, regenerative braking, alternator de-coupling system, 6-speed short-shift manual gearbox, and optional 7-speed Ford powershift transmission with Paddleshift.

4. Taihoo Car Concept 2046 By Hao Huang.

Top 10 Best Concept Cars for the Future

Taihoo Car Concept 2046 by Hao Huang has a design inspired by the Chinese Taihu Stone.

Among the features are an interactive, wraparound screen and a versatile interior which includes a flexible meshy bed surface which turns the car into a camping tent.

3. Ferrari Millenio by Marko Petrovic.

Top 10 Best Concept Cars for the Future

The Ferrari Millenio is a futuristic super-car concept that features a complex combination of materials and technologies that we can hope will become a serious reality before the end of the next millenium.

The two-seater includes a buckypaper reinforced body that is stronger than steel and lighter than carbon fiber as well as dual electric engines that can be recharged via solar panels or through an inductive power transfer system.

2. McLaren JetSet by Marianna Merenmies.

Top 10 Best Concept Cars for the Future

Marianna Merenmies presents a single seater concept, the McLaren JetSet. Its perfect design combines lightness and aerodynamic efficiency.

McLaren styling in the front blends with a futuristic backside fit, featuring drag-reducing draped fenders.

The ultralight carbon fiber composites in the chassis, body, suspension and wheels lead to the car’s weight minimization.

1. The Lamborghini Ferruccio by Mark Hostler.

Top 10 Best Concept Cars for the Future

Mark Hostler of Staffordshire University in England has created a concept car in tribute to Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary next year.

The concept was designed to use a small 5.0 liter V12 engine with two turbochargers and feature direct injection technology.

There’s no better automotive brand to experiment with wild design than Lamborghini.

(source:wonderslist)

Top 10 Best Concept Cars for the Future

Top 10 Blood-Pumping Photos Taken With A GoPro Camera

If you can enjoy these extreme sports , you should know about GoPro . Warning:  These 10 photos are heart-thumping and blood-pumping taken by GoPro cameras.

10. Ride The Minibus

Top 10 Blood-Pumping Photos Taken With A GoPro Camera

Ride the Minibus on the Ottawa River! Photo by GoPro fan Patrick Camblin.

9. Skateboarding

Top 10 Blood-Pumping Photos Taken With A GoPro Camera

GoPro rockstar Bucky Lasek handplants it in his backyard pool.

8. Wakeboarding

Top 10 Blood-Pumping Photos Taken With A GoPro Camera

Wakeboarding with GoPro fan Christian Schranz, who says “Air railey at Cableways in Dresden (Leuben Lake).”

7. Mountain Bike Riding

Top 10 Blood-Pumping Photos Taken With A GoPro Camera

GoPro fan Filipe Fernandes encountered a bit of a road block on his mountain bike ride in Portugal.

6. BMX

Top 10 Blood-Pumping Photos Taken With A GoPro Camera

Mind bending moment captured by BMX legend Mike “Rooftop” Escamilla.

5. Fly A Kite

Top 10 Blood-Pumping Photos Taken With A GoPro Camera

Let’s go fly a kite with GoPro fan Lionel Gruffaz!

4. Hang Gliding

Top 10 Blood-Pumping Photos Taken With A GoPro Camera

Hang gliding over Soca Valley in Slovenia with Matjaz Klemencic.

3. Surfing

Top 10 Blood-Pumping Photos Taken With A GoPro Camera

Wipeout! Sweet SUP shot by GoPro fan Joan Bonet, upside down in Mallorca!

2. Skiing

Top 10 Blood-Pumping Photos Taken With A GoPro Camera

Can you spot the remote? GoPro rockstar Caleb Farro front-flipping over the Unbound Terrain Park in Mammoth, CA!

1. Skydiving

Top 10 Blood-Pumping Photos Taken With A GoPro Camera

Skydiving social. How many GoPros do you see?

Top 10 Blood-Pumping Photos Taken With A GoPro Camera

Top 10 Intelligent People With Highest IQ in the World

Have you ever met anyone who takes 38 pills to keep him smart ? That’s not insane but genius.

They are some of the smartest people in the world who can answer probably anything from simple arithmetic to the most complicated rocket science question.

Here is a list of the top 10 most intelligent people with highest IQ in the world.

10. James Woods – 180 IQ

Top 10 Intelligent People With Highest IQ in the World

James Woods is a movie, television and stage actor. He has won two Emmy Awards for his performances in “Promise” and “My Name is Bill W” and has been nominated twice for the Academy Awards . He also played the lead role in the television series entitled “Shark.”

Aside from acting, Woods is also some sort of math whiz, having studied linear algebra in UCLA while he was still in high school. He was also a full scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology before the acting bug hit him.

9. Marilyn vos Savant – 190 IQ

Top 10 Intelligent People With Highest IQ in the World

She is a popular columnist for Parade Magazine. Through “Ask Marilyn,” readers can send puzzles and questions on different subjects for vos Savant to solve and answer. Her IQ was the last recognized highest IQ by Guinness before the category was retired in 1990.

8. Kenneth Ferrell – 190 IQ

Top 10 Intelligent People With Highest IQ in the World

Kenneth Ferrell is a North Carolina-based doctor who is a member of a number of elite IQ organizations, like the GenerIQ Society, Epimethius Society and the Order of Imhotep.

He treats IQ exams as fun hobbies. Ferrell has created several verbal and numerical IQ tests, namely the 12354 and the QUINTIQ.

7. Garry Kasparov – 190 IQ

Top 10 Intelligent People With Highest IQ in the World

He is a chess grandmaster from Russia who became the youngest undisputed world champion when he was 22 years old. He beat the then-champion Anatoly Karpov after a grueling duel in 1985. Kasparov held the official world title recognized by the international chess federation until 1993.

A dispute occurred, however, forcing Kasparov to relinquish the crown and to form instead the rival Professional Chess Association. In 1997, he lost a chess match to Deep Blue, the first time a world champion had lost to a computer under standard time controls. Kasparov was recognized as the “classical” world champion until 2000, when he as defeated by Vladimir Kramnik. Still, he holds the record for the longest reign at number one.

6. Mislav Predavec – 192 IQ

Top 10 Intelligent People With Highest IQ in the World

Mislav Predavec is the founder and president of the GenerIQ Society, an elite organization of some of the most intelligent people in the world. It counts among its members Kenneth Ferrell, who is at number eight in this list. Predavec is a Croatian professor of mathematics based in the country’s capital of Zagreb.

He is also the owner and director of a trade company. He loves rock music, particularly the songs of Pink Floyd, and the arts, specifically the works of Leonardo da Vinci. He used to play Mafia Wars regularly as well.

5. Rick Rosner – 192 IQ

Top 10 Intelligent People With Highest IQ in the World

By simply looking at his resume’, Rick Rosner would not be thought of as one of the most intelligent people in the world. He has a rough and tough demeanor, having spent a number of years as a bar bouncer. He has also worked as one of those waiters who go around in roller skates.

In addition, Rosner has no qualms showing off his body, having been a stripper and nude model in the past. What sets him apart is his 192 IQ. He has put it to good use by joining the television game show called “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” And he does not want to rest on his laurels, as he spends up to 20 hours a day completing IQ exams in a bid to get further up this list.

4. Dr. Evangelos Katsioulis – 198 IQ

Top 10 Intelligent People With Highest IQ in the World

Dr. Evangelos Katsioulis is a Greek national who works as a psychiatrist. He has earned degrees in three fields, namely philosophy, medical research technology and psychopharmacology. Katsioulis is also a good painter and a decent swimmer. He also indulges in a lot of traveling.

3. Kim Ung Yong – 210 IQ

Top 10 Intelligent People With Highest IQ in the World

This South Korea n has a tremendous capacity for both numbers and languages. He started speaking when he was only six months old. By the time he was three years old, he could read several languages already, including Korean, Japanese, German and English, as well as solve complex calculus problems.

He also wrote poetry in Chinese and Korean and compiled enough essays and poems for two books. He was already auditing college courses when he was four. NASA then invited him to study in the U.S. when he was eight. By the time he was a teenager, he was already working for them. He then returned to Korea and switched fields from physics to civil engineering. He then published 90 papers about hydraulics.

2. Christopher Hirata – 225 IQ

Top 10 Intelligent People With Highest IQ in the World

At the age of 13, Christopher Hirata made waves by getting a gold medal at the international physics Olympiad. The following year, he enrolled at Caltech.

By the time he was 22 years old, he was able to earn his PhD from Princeton. He has been working for NASA’s project on how to colonize Mars.

1. Terrence Tao – 230 IQ

Top 10 Intelligent People With Highest IQ in the World

He is a mathematician of Australian and American roots. If you think that math is hard enough, just take a peek into the subfields that Tao is involved with: additive combinatorics, analytic number theory, ergodic Ramsey theory, harmonic analysis, partial differential equations and random matrix theory.

A recipient of the Fields medal in 2006, Tao holds the James and Carol Collins chair in mathematics at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has had good training, learning math when he was barely a toddler, solving arithmetic problems at two years old, studying college level math at nine and getting a gold medal in the international math Olympiad when he was 13. He got his PhD when he was only 20 from Princeton and became a full professor at UCLA when he was 24. He has already published 230 research papers.

(source:therichest.com)

Top 10 Intelligent People With Highest IQ in the World

Top 10 Most Photographed Places in the World

Whether a constant traveler or an uncommon tourist, the uniqueness and beauty of a new place can incite almost anyone to pull out their camera and click away maddeningly.

While any journey can automatically elect a countless amount of photographs, the following top 10 sights have the special distinction of being captured within the lens of a camera more than almost any others.

10. Michelangelo Square

Top 10 Most Photographed Places in the World

Florence, Italy, the famous Michelangelo Square, often known as Piazzale Michelangelo, is an expansive, elevated terrace that features a panoramic view of the northern city from the Oltrarno district.

Built in 1869 by Giuseppe Poggi during a rebirth of Florence, the square-on-high on the hill of San Miniato is named after the sculptor Michelangelo and features several copies of his work, including a replica of his famed David.

The luminous view of the city from Florence’s Ponte Vecchio and Duomo to the hills of Settignano has made it a worthwhile journey for scores of tourists wanting to capture Italy at its best.

9. The Brandenburg Gate

Top 10 Most Photographed Places in the World

Located in the city of Berlin, Germany and known as the Brandenburger Tor, this most famous of gates was originally commissioned by King Frederick William II of Prussia.

The Brandenburg Gate is not only a symbol around the world of the tumultuousness of history and the undying possibility of unity, but a representation of the creation and fall of the Berlin Wall that separated East and West Germany until 1989.

While the gate incurred significant damage during World War II, recent repairs have made it a historical monument representative of Germany that resonates with its history.

8. The Basilica and Explatory Church of the Holy Family

Top 10 Most Photographed Places in the World

The Basilica and Explatory Church of the Holy Family, known as Sagrada Familia, is a Roman Catholic Church in Barcelona, Spain.

The work is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Gaudi’s most fantastical representation of his Art Nouveau and Gothic architectural style.

With construction started in 1882 and a slated completion date of 2026, the building’s unique style and the numerous difficulties that have beset its construction have given it a fame and fascination that nearly outweigh that of any other building in the world, making it a destination for visitors to Spain.

7. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Top 10 Most Photographed Places in the World

Located in New York City, the Guggenheim is not only a tribute to architecture and art, it is one of New York City’s most popular attractions and well known structures.

As a center for both modern and contemporary art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim museum features a unique cylinder style shape that widens at the top.

As a striking example of modernism, the Guggenheim has captivated swells of visitors to the city for its inimitable design and sheer architectural power.

6. The Hollywood Walk of Fame

Top 10 Most Photographed Places in the World

Made up of more than 2500 coral pink brass stars that are embedded along 15 blocks of Hollywood Boulevard, the Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the most famous representations of the power and prominence of the silver screen internationally.

As permanent monuments to a number of accomplished directors, actors, producers and even fictional characters, the walk sees nearly 10 million visitors a year as one of the most famed tourist attractions in Los Angeles.

5. Niagara Falls

Top 10 Most Photographed Places in the World

Formed during the last ice age, Niagara Falls is named after three waterfalls that sit in the province of Ontario and the state of New York.

Comprised of Bridal Veil Falls, American Falls and Horseshoe Falls, the falls attract nearly 30 million tourists per year not for their height but for sheer breadth.

While the area has been largely saturated by tourism, the falls themselves remain one of the more spellbinding sights in the world with Horseshoe Falls, located in the United States, considered to be the most powerful waterfall in North America.

4. Saint Mark’s Square

Top 10 Most Photographed Places in the World

Located in the city of Venice in Italy, a country that is among the most photographed in the world, Piazza San Marco is the most famous center of an already legendary place.

Known most commonly as Saint Mark’s Square, this public area is Venice’s most prominent square and features some of its most famed institutions.

While the square’s close proximity to the water makes it a common area for floods, it is the center of Venice’s public life and a mecca for the tourists that flock to the floating city.

3. The Great Pyramid of Giza

Top 10 Most Photographed Places in the World

One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one that remains largely intact, the Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of three pyramids that border the city of Giza in Egypt.

Completed around 2560 BC, it was believed the pyramid took 10 to 20 years to complete and, at a height of 146.5 meters, it existed as the tallest man-made structure in the world for an astonishing 3800 years.

While the natural grandeur of the desert is enough to draw people to Egypt, the most popular tourist destination in the Middle East and the construction of the pyramids that continues to astound make it among the most formidable of sights.

2. The Eiffel Tower

Top 10 Most Photographed Places in the World

At 324 meters high, the Eiffel Tower located in Paris, France on the Champ de Mars is easily one of the most familiar monuments in the world.

Built and designed by Gustave Eiffel, the tower was erected in Paris in 1889 for the World’s Fair and remained the tallest structure in the world for 41 years until 1930.

While visitors to the monuments can languish in the gardens, observe the tower from the Trocadero across the river or take the lift to the top to see an outstanding view of Paris, the tower is the ultimate symbol of the lure of Europe for visitors.

1. The Roman Colosseum

Top 10 Most Photographed Places in the World

Located in Rome, one of the most photographed cities in the world, the Flavian Amphitheatre or Colosseum is among the most sought after of tourist destinations anywhere in the world.

As an ideal exhibition of Roman architecture and engineering, and comprised of concrete and stone, the Colosseum was constructed in 70 AD under Emperor Vespasian and completed in 80 AD, with changes made to the structure under three different Emperor’s, giving the amphitheatre the name of the Flavian Dynasty.

Originally used for public events that involved staged battles, the Colosseum has incurred significant damage but is still one of the most iconic monuments of a gone era that remains a wonder to visitors from all over the world.

(source:therichest.com)

Top 10 Most Photographed Places in the World

Top 10 Incredible Shots From This Year’s National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

There’s nothing like these photos to make you want to pack your bags and explore the hidden corners of the world .

From a heartwarming image of a child in Mongolia to a stunning picture of the majesty of Niagara Falls, this year’s globetrotting contestants have an eye for capturing the great and remarkable.

10. Anders Andersson

Top 10 Incredible Shots From This Year's National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

A bird’s view of tulip fields near Voorhout in the Netherlands, photographed with a drone in April 2015.

9. Allan Gichigi

Top 10 Incredible Shots From This Year's National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Kit Mikayi is a rock formation about 40m high situated west of kisumu, western Kenya. She climbs up the rocks rocks daily to meditate.

8. Howard Singleton

Top 10 Incredible Shots From This Year's National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Lucky timing! The oxpecker was originally sitting on hippo’s head.

7. Abrar Mohsin

Top 10 Incredible Shots From This Year's National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

The Yetis of Nepal – The Aghoris as they are called are marked by colorful body paint and clothes.

6. Chris Ludlow

Top 10 Incredible Shots From This Year's National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

It was shoot by a smartphone. The sun rise in the background, the steam from the falls and the silhouette of the seagull come together for pretty neat composition in the photo.

5. Daria Berkowska

Top 10 Incredible Shots From This Year's National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Toddler helping her mother with laundry by hanging clothes on their ger in Mongolia.

4. Ian Bird

Top 10 Incredible Shots From This Year's National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Some describe it as the most dangerous wave in Australia. This photo was taken 300 feet directly above the wave from a helicopter, just as the surfer is pulling under the lip of the barrel.

3. Neeve Terman

Top 10 Incredible Shots From This Year's National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

A view of Lion’s Head from Kloof’s Corner in Cape Town, South Africa.

2. Sean Ensch

Top 10 Incredible Shots From This Year's National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

The mountain road, Trollstigen, in western Norway.

1. Felipe Arias Gutierrez

Top 10 Incredible Shots From This Year's National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

This photo was taken during an afternoon safari in Amboseli National Park, Kenya. Such a close encounter was surely breathtaking.

Does these incredible shots make you hit the road?

Top 10 Incredible Shots From This Year’s National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Top 10 Most Impressive Magic Tricks Ever

Everyone likes a surprise and a chance to be amazed , so what’s better than to watch crazy magic tricks. Whether it’s done in the streets or at a show, it’s the talent and creativity of the magicians that have you thinking “is it real?”

10. Linking rings

Richard Ross was a Dutch magician well known for his brilliant sleight of hand ability, as well as appearing to be almost as surprised as the audience by the tricks he was performing.

9. Swallowed a running jackhammer

Swallowing a sword is pretty amazing itself but how about swallowing a working drill? Thomas Blackthorne did just that.

8. Removed the teeth of a random girl

David Blaine, on his “Drowned Alive” special, did a trick where he reached in a girl’s mouth and pulled out two of her teeth.

7. The Pendragons

The Pendragons are a husband and wife team of magicians from America. Their metamorphosis illusion is regarded as the fastest trick in history.

6. Bullet Catch

Featured before on Listverse, Penn and Teller’s bullet catch is not only incredibly dangerous but also incredibly brilliant. They mix Penn’s enthusiasm with Teller’s muteness perfectly and mix in subtle humor which makes the act highly enjoyable.

5. Vanished the Statue of Liberty

It sounds ridiculous to make the Statue of Liberty disappear on live television, but David Copperfield just did that.

4. Endured a tornado of fire

In this trick, magician David Copperfield attempts to withstand the core of a tornado of fire that hits a temperature of over 2000 degrees in less than a second.

3. Walking on water

Criss Angel is the darkest magician on this list. In this illusion, he attempts to show a pool of people he can walk on water and does so whilst they watch and swim around and under him.

2. Frozen on ice over 60 hours

Top 10 Most Impressive Magic Tricks Ever

On November 27, 2000, David Blaine began a stunt called “Frozen in Time”, which was covered on a TV special. He was encased in ice for 63 hours, 42 minutes and 15 seconds. After he was removed out of the ice, he was in a disoriented state and needed hospitalization.

1. Death Saw

Performed by David Copperfield, the Death Saw is presented as an escape gone wrong. As the most successful magician in history, his tricks are larger and more dramatic than any other magician.

Top 10 Most Impressive Magic Tricks Ever