A farmer saw a hole in the rock wall – But The Inside Has Astounded The Whole World

This shows just how incredibly beautiful nature really is.


Son Doong Cave in Vietnam is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular places  on the planet. It was first discovered by a local farmer in 1991, but it would take 18 years before scientists were able to make their way into the cave and see what was hiding there.

What a sight it must have been!

Son Doong Cave is not only the world’s largest cave, it is its own little world. Under the roof there is space to a 40-story skyscraper. The cave include a jungle, a river and an abundance of wildlife.

The researchers estimate that the cave is about five million years old. The largest room in Son Doong is more than five kilometers long and stretches 200 meters into the air.



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Gordon Ramsay Shouting At Kids is hilarious!

Judge and executive producer Gordon Ramsay, left, asks a critic to name ingredients during a tasting challenge that was part of the "MasterChef" panel discussion at the Fox Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills, Calif., Monday, Aug. 2, 2010. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)

Mr. Ramsay is mostly well known for his foul mouth on tv-shows such as Hell’s Kitchen and The F Word, rather than his actual cooking skills. 

What he is definitely not known for is his kindness and helpfulness to the young contestants on MasterChef Junior. However, someone has made sure that’ll never become the case by replacing lines heard on the show with foul-mouthed ones from Hell’s Kitchen. 




Although completely devoid of any ethics, would a junior version of Hell’s Kitchen  actually be something people would watch?


The World`s tallest waterslide!

The world`s tallest waterslide is the The Verrückt water slide at Schlitterbahn Water Park in Kansas City!

Before park visitors go down the slide, they’ll have to go up: 264 stairs to a platform higher than the Statue of liberty

The slide,  Verrückt actually means “insane” in German, was officially declared the world’s tallest in April 2014. The initial opening date was in May 2014, but the park delayed opening it three times.

In order to prepare for the opening, the slide needed some adjustments. The rafts, which were originally intended to hold four people, now hold three. The slope of the hill was changed to a more gentle 22 degrees, but was heightened by 11 feet. The structure is 168 feet tall.

Before even being allowed to climb the stairs of the world`s tallest waterslide, visitors must step onto a scale to ensure the combined weight of the two or three people who will be on a single raft does not exceed 550 pounds. After passing that, a park worker reads a list that is part warning and part disclaimer.

One of the warnings listed is ofcourse the possibility of death.

The slide’s designer Jeff Henry called it “baddest ride ever built,” and said that he wore his cowboy boots the first time he went down because he wanted to be wearing them if he died.

And since you cant bring anything with you on this amasing ride, Please hold my beer!


The 5 Most outrageous Haunted Houses

A meet packing plant, Asylums, and Prisons! This is the 5 most terrifying haunted houses!

1.Cutting Edge Haunted House

Housed in a 110 year old abandoned meat-packing plant in a section of Fort Worth historically known as “Hell’s Half Acre.” The attraction uses the original Old West meat-packing equipment from the plant as a two-story prop for an effect in which fake human corpses are hoisted up to the second level and “processed” through the machine with the conveyor system bringing the butchered remains back to the first level.

2. Pennhurst asylum

Housed on the grounds of an former asylum, Pennhurst now terrifies customers, who rush through the old cells filled with dirty, bloody, screaming apparitions of mad doctors and unwilling patients along a 920-foot “tunnel of fear” and among “human experiments that have gone horribly wrong.” The brave are then handed flashlights and allowed to walk around on their own through the old dormitories of the large Mayflower Building, certified by ghost finders to be thoroughly haunted.

3. The 13th gate

Celebrate your halloween or birthday by crawling around 13 different terrifying areas in this 40,000 square foot haunted house in downtown Baton Rouge. From a crematorium oven to a super scary bridge dangling over live snakes and a hearse ride through dark tunnels and hallways filled with automaton creatures and lively actors, The 13th Gate showcases a host of new and exciting ways to scare you.

4. Screamzone

The worst thing about haunted houses is you can’t fight back. But at screamZone they have a Zombie Paintball Safari, you can blast away at the undead, which is not only fun, but also good training for the upcoming zombie apocalypse. Those zombies who aren’t killed chase visitors across multiple attractions, including the House of Horror, the hunted yard and The Chamber, which is a huge, spinning tunnel.

5. Thrillvania haunted house

Start with verdun manor, where a psychopathic werewolf wait’s for you with his mutant minions. Walk the Trail of tornment, where unknown horrors await’s in the dark, or go for an unholy visit to the abandoned church of Thorn Hall. The Dallas-area Thrillvania has 4 major attractions spread over its 50 acres of ominous bayou swampland filled with haunted creatures and a few man-eating plants. Based on a 1900 manor house constructed near a large cemetery.




These amusement rides are ridiculous!

NUMBER 5: El Toro

Address: Six Flags Great Adventure, Jackson, NJ

Website: Six Flags Great Adventure
Duration Of Ride: 1:42
Year Built: 2006
Slogan: “Inspired by the strength and bravery of a bull-taming matador, El Toro features the steepest drop of any wooden roller coaster in the country at a record-breaking 76 degrees.”

This bull-themed ride is definitely one of the greatest wooden roller coasters in the world. There is only one other wooden coaster in the world that boasts a steeper maximum vertical angle than the formidable El Toro. The choice to laser cut the wood instead of the traditionally hand cut method, allowed a grater greater degree of precision, and made this impressive construction possible.

NUMBER 4: Top Thrill Dragster

Address: Cedar Point, Sandusky, OH
Website: cedarpoint.com
Duration Of Ride: 0:17
Year Built: 2003
Slogan: “The ride may be over in 17 seconds, but it’ll stay with you forever.”

The perfect ride for speed demons, this brief coaster takes riders from 0-120 mph in just shorter than four seconds. Top Thrill Dragster is one of two stratacoasters in existence; to qualify as a Stratacoaster, a ride must feature at least a 400 foot drop and complete a full circuit.  Three groups of riders have had an extra dose of excitement in the ride’s history: on a few occasions, the ride has stalled at the height of its 420 foot summit, and one of the technician has had to push the ride back down after customers spent a few extra minutes in the sky.


Address: Universal Studios, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA
Website: universalstudioshollywood.com
Duration Of Ride: 6:00
Year Built: 2008
Slogan: “The Simpsons are visiting Krustyland and you are there right alongside Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie as you enter through the carnival-like midway.”

Even though The Simpsons doesn’t seem like the most thrilling source material for a amusement ride, Universal Studios has used sophisticated technology to create an immersive Springfield experience. Over 2000 LED lights and an 80 ft. diameter dome are employed to make this simulation function. When the ride launched back in 2008, The Simpsons Ride replaced the Back to the Future Ride as Universal’s marquee simulator ride attraction, and judging by the positive response from riders, it will likely enjoy a long run as the beloved ride’s successor.


Address: Cedar Point, Sandusky, OH
Website: cedarpoint.com
Duration Of Ride: 2:00
Year Built: 2000
Slogan: “A true Giant among coasters.”

The winner of countless Golden Ticket awards for the best steel coaster, and the holder of seven different world records, The Millennium Force is one of the best roller coasters ever built. The ride, which features a more than 300 foot drop, maxes out at over 90 mph, and even features a moment of zero gravity, helped pioneer the term “gigacoaster.” Prior to the Millennium Force’s opening, there was no need for the term, as gigacoasters are a class of ride that has a drop of between 300 and 400 feet and completes a full circuit. Taller coasters have been completed since, but no coaster provides thrills like the Millennium Force.


Address: Six Flags Great Adventure, Jackson, NJ
Website: sixflags.com
Duration Of Ride: 0:28
Year Built: 2005
Slogan: “The fierce Kingda Ka is the tallest coaster in the World, fastest in North America.”

No ride on earth boasts anywhere near the height world-record holder Kingda Ka. On the Kingda Ka, you will be thrust 456 feet in the air while going from 0-128 mph in 3.5 seconds. These features earns her the crown for being one of the absolutely best amusement rides in America. In its short life, the Kingda Ka has endured a strange series of mishaps. To date the ride has survived a bolt failure, damage inflicted by Hurricane Irene, and being struck by lightning. Lets hope her luck will last!