Here are some of the amazing creation of our creator brhmah from the Guinness
Book of Record:
DEEPEST POINT IN OCEAN
The deepest part of the ocean was first pinpointed in 1951 by HM Survey Ship Challenger in the
Marianas Trench in the Pacific Ocean. On January 23, 1960, the US Navy Trieste vessel descended to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, and on March 24, 1995, the Japanese probe Kaiko recorded
a depth of 10,911 m (35,797 ft), the most accurate measurement yet taken.
The pressure at this depth would be about 15,497 psi
compared to 14.7 psi atmospheric pressure we live in on the surface of
Mt Everest, in the Himalayas is the highest mountain in the world. It has been measured to have a height of
8,848 m (29,028.8 ft or 5.5 miles). The mountain was formed around 60 million years ago and has been the destination for adventurers for centuries. It was named after Sir George Everest (the British surveyor-general of India), in 1865. To the Nepalese, it is known as
Sagarmatha (meaning "goddess of the sky") and the imposing mountain is known in Tibet as Chomolungma (meaning "mother goddess of the universe").
Nepal is now trying to change of the name of the mountain from the English name
Everest to Nepalese name Sagarmatha.
RAREST ELEMENT ON EARTH
The element astatine is the rarest element in the Earth's crust, with around
25 g (0.9 oz) in total occurring naturally. Astatine is a member of the halogen group of elements, which also includes, chlorine, fluorine, and iodine. The element was discovered in 1931.
LARGEST RIVER TO DRY UP
For several months a year, the 5,464-km (3,442-mile) Yellow River in China
now dries up in Henan province. This is due to below-average rainfall, increased irrigation, and the industrial demands of a growing population.