Canadian YouTuber's team creates world's brightest outsized flashlight

Canadian YouTuber's team creates world's brightest outsized flashlight

 Canadian YouTuber's team creates world's brightest outsized flashlight

 A Canadian YouTuber and inventor earned a second Guinness World Record when he and his team created the world's brightest outsized flashlight.



James Hobson, founder of Hacksmith Industries and creator of the Hacksmith channel on YouTube, posted a video showing off the super-sized flashlight, which shines at a record-breaking 501,031 lumens.


The Hacksmith team's Nitebrite 300 flashlight contains 300 LED bulbs. Guinness World Records said the most powerful commercially available flashlight, the Imalent MS 18, contains only 18 LEDs.


The team said the Nitebrite 300 contains 50 boards, which each have 6 LED bulbs, and the boards are connected to drivers that are all powered by a single battery.


The inventors said they used a Fresnel reading magnifier to center the light and create a focused beam after their initial build resulted in multi-directional light being projected around the workshop.


The team used a Crookes Radiometer, a tool that uses a high-powered fan to measure the power of light waves, and the intensity of the light from the Nitebrite 300 caused the radiometer to explode.


The Hacksmith team previously set a Guinness World Record when they created the world's first retractable proto-lightsaber. 

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Idaho men pass giant ball 356 times in 3 minutes for world record

Idaho men pass giant ball 356 times in 3 minutes for world record

 Idaho men pass giant ball 356 times in 3 minutes for world record

 A pair of Idaho men teamed up to break a Guinness World Record by passing a giant inflatable ball between them 356 times in 3 minutes.

Idaho men pass giant ball 356 times in 3 minutes for world record

David Rush, who has broken more than 200 Guinness World Records to promote STEM education, teamed up with friend Seth Lemons to take on the record for most passes of a giant inflatable ball in 3 minutes.


Rush and Lemons passed the ball 356 times in the allotted minutes, breaking the previous record of 180 passes.


The duo previously passed the inflatable ball between them 4,169 times in a row to break the overall record for most consecutive passes. That record took them more than an hour to break.

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New Jersey house cleaner accidentally breaks into wrong home, cleans up

New Jersey house cleaner accidentally breaks into wrong home, cleans up

New Jersey house cleaner accidentally breaks into wrong home, cleans up

A New Jersey man who cleans homes to supplement his income shared the story of how he accidentally went to the wrong townhouse -- and left it spotless.

New Jersey house cleaner accidentally breaks into wrong home, cleans up


Louis Angelino III, 27, of Barrington, said he works a regular job at a liquor store, but lately he has been cleaning homes for friends to make extra money.


Angelino, who detailed the saga in a TikTok video, said he was due to clean a home for a friend named Mark in Cherry Hill, and he arrived to find the key in the expected place under the doormat.


He spent 2 1/2 hours cleaning the townhouse and was playing with the cats when Mark called to ask if he had been able to clean his home.


"I said 'I'm literally in your living room right now playing with your cats and waiting for you to walk in,' and he was like 'Louis, I don't have any cats,'" Angelino told NJ.com.


"In that moment, I froze. My heart dropped. I was just like, 'Where am I right now? What is going on?'"


Angelino said he realized he had written down Mark's address incorrectly. He said the address was off by a single digit. 


Mark arrived home and left a note for his neighbors explaining what happened. Beth Motzel said her husband, Tom, arrived home first and called her.


"He said, 'You won't believe it. Someone broke in our house and cleaned the entire thing, he said Swiffer and all,'" Beth Motzel told WCBS-TV.


Motzel said she and her husband were amused by the mix-up.


"Tom and I laughed forever about it. He fixed it all up. I mean, details, he cleaned up after the cats, played with the cats, fed the cats and wiped everything spotless. He really is a cleaning fairy," Beth Motzel said.


Angelino texted Motzel to apologize for the mistake, and Motzel said she will keep his number on hand for future cleaning needs.


She dubbed him the "Cleaning Fairy," a brand Angelino is now embracing for his cleaning business. He said he is crowdfunding to make T-shirts to promote his services.

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Georgia woman finds 18 snakes living under her bed

Georgia woman finds 18 snakes living under her bed

 Georgia woman finds 18 snakes living under her bed

 A Georgia woman investigating what she initially believed to be a piece of fuzz on her bedroom floor made a far more startling discovery -- 18 snakes under her bed.

Georgia woman finds 18 snakes living under her bed
Georgia woman finds 18 snakes living under her bed


Trish Wilcher said she was in her bedroom in her family's Augusta home when she spotted something on the floor.


"Before going to bed, I spotted what I thought was a piece of fuzz on the floor, went to reach for it and it moved," Wilcher told WJBF-TV.


Wilcher and her husband, Max, soon discovered the "fuzz" was a baby snake -- and there were 16 more babies underneath the bed, along with their mother.


Wilcher posted photos of the snake family on Facebook.


"I may need a cardiologist after this," she wrote on the social media site.


Max Wilcher used a grabber tool to pick up each snake and placed them in a bag. The Wilchers released the snakes at a nearby creek.


A wildlife trapper, who confirmed the reptiles were nonvenomous garter snakes, visited the home the next day and concluded there were no more serpents inside.


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New York restaurant's $200 fries certified as the world's most expensive

New York restaurant's $200 fries certified as the world's most expensive

 New York restaurant's $200 fries certified as the world's most expensive

A New York restaurant broke its tenth Guinness World Record with its latest menu item: a plate of French fries that costs $200.

New York restaurant's $200 fries certified as the world's most expensive
New York restaurant's $200 fries certified as the world's most expensive


Guinness announced Serendipity3, a restaurant on the Upper East Side in Manhattan, created the world's most expensive French fries to coincide with Tuesday's National French Fry Day.


The dish, titled Creme de la Creme Pommes Frites, features ingredients including Chipperbeck potatoes, Dom Perignon Champagne, J. LeBlanc French Champagne Ardenne Vinegar, cage-free goose fat from France, Guerande Truffle Salt, truffle oil, Crete Senesi Pecorino Tartufello cheese, shaved black summer truffles from Italy, truffle butter, organic A2 A2 100% grass fed cream from Jersey Cows, Gruyere Truffled Swiss Raclette and a topping of 23-karat edible gold dust.


A Guinness adjudicator presented eatery officials with an official certificate in a ceremony Monday.


The restaurant, which reopened Friday after a lengthy closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, said the $200 menu item is available by reservation.


The restaurant previously landed Guinness World Records for foods including the world's largest wedding cake and most expensive ice cream sundae.

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Goldfish up to 18 inches long found in Minnesota lake

Goldfish up to 18 inches long found in Minnesota lake

 Goldfish up to 18 inches long found in Minnesota lake

Officials in a Minnesota city are asking residents not to dump their unwanted goldfish after a local lake was found to be home to goldfish up to 18 inches long.



The city of Burnsville shared photos of some massive goldfish removed from Keller Lake during a recent survey.


"Please don't release your pet goldfish into ponds and lakes! They grow bigger than you think and contribute to poor water quality by mucking up the bottom sediments and uprooting plants," the city tweeted.


The city said 10 fish, measuring up to a foot long, were found during the survey. Officials said a second survey conducted Monday resulted in finding 18 more goldfish, with the largest measuring 18 inches long and weighing in at 4 pounds.


"Most of them were definitely bigger than you'd find in your typical aquarium," Daryl Jacobson, the city's natural resources manager, told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.


Jacobson said goldfish released into lakes compete with native species for food and encourage algae growth. He said the fish are likely also living in other nearby bodies of water.


"Goldfish are a pretty hardy species," he said. 


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Idaho man slices kiwis for his 200th Guinness World Records title

Idaho man slices kiwis for his 200th Guinness World Records title

Idaho man slices kiwis for his 200th Guinness World Records title

 An Idaho man broke his 200th Guinness World Record when he stood on a Swiss ball and used a sword to slice through 74 tossed kiwi fruits in 1minute.



David Rush, who began breaking Guinness World Records to promote STEM education about 5 1/2 years ago, said he earned his 200th record when he captured the title for most kiwis sliced in 1 minute while standing on a Swiss ball.


Jonathan "Hollywood" Hannon, Rush's neighbor and frequent collaborator, used both hands to throw the kiwis into the air for Rush to slice through with his samurai sword.


Rush said the feat was one of the five most difficult records he has achieved in the past 5 1/2 years.

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