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National Geographic’s Humanly Impossible: Superhuman Eye Sockets
• Andrew S. is featured in this episode demonstrating the use of his abnormally strong Eye Sockets. He is known to lift 115 pounds (52.16 kilograms) or pull a vehicle weighing over 5,000 pounds (2,268 kilograms), 107 feet (32.6 meters) in 70 seconds, with large metal hooks on his eye sockets. His “weight lifted” or “pulled” are both world records. Andrew is able to do these feats and avoid permanent damage and/or death. Here he is studied by a Physicist and Medical professionals with the aid of modern scientific equipment, to better understand how he dose the seemingly impossible.
First air date: 15 October 2011, Episode: 6
We will be on the new season of:
“The Glass-Eater“, on the National Geographic Channel (NGC)
STARTING: Monday, May 09, 2011 @ 8pm
We will be in 3 different Episodes of Humanly Impossible. More info to be announced.
“Extreme performers push the human body to extraordinary limits. But how do they do it? Humanly Impossible follows a team of doctors and scientists to reveal the physiology behind bizarre and dangerous stunts that surpass average human capability.”
Andrew S. demonstrates his eye-socket strength by lifting weights and pulling a car with large metal hooks, and balances his entire body weight on the tip of a spear and survives.
Kelvikta pushes a long metal skewer through the deep muscle tissue in her arm and is able to avoid permanent damage.
Both are studied by a Physicist, Medical professionals with the aid of modern scientific equipment, to better understand how they do the seemingly impossible.
Check your local listings for: National Geographic Channel or NGC.