Finds of the week
In this archival picture of 1959, you can observe how the organist plays for the first class passengers in the cabin of the aircraft. Indeed – smartphones and individual screens have not yet invented, it was necessary to somehow entertain people. By the way, a special type of body on which the girl plays is called the Hammond authority. This is an electromechanical tool that was invented by Louuren Hammond in April 1935. Originally those sold churches as a cheaper alternative to the winds. However, over time, began to be actively used in rock, jazz, blues and states. During the Second World War, these tools were very popular in military ensembles. On board the aircraft, the Hammond organ was especially convenient to take due to its compactness. Earlier, "my planet" published snapshots from luxurious air strikes of the 1950s, and also told about what unusual services in airplanes are provided online.
Admire what beautiful "live paintings" create actors of "Body Research Labs" in Naples. In March of this year, they showed a whole performance from scenes, playing paintings by Caravaggo in Palazzo Liguro. The fact is that it is there that the famous artist lived during his stay in Naples in 1607. In total, the acts participants recreated 23 plots from paintings by Master. The director of the play spoke Ludovik Rambelli. The organizers showed three ideas per day. You could get absolutely free to get on them, it was necessary only to pre-sign up. And you would like to see such a production? Read also about the most famous abductions of paintings in the history of mankind.
Honza Rehasek, photographer-freelancer from the Czech Republic, loves nature, travel and her dog Sitka. He combines all three of his passion, taking with him PSA on trips and take pictures with him in the most beautiful locations. By the way, the sink belongs to a rare breed, a hybrid of a wolf and a dog, which is called Czechoslovak Vlchak, or Czechoslovak Wolf Dog. The breed arose as a result of an experiment, which was held in Czechoslovakia in 1955. In the course of it, scientists crossed 48 German shepherds with four Carpathian wolves. The goal was to create a dog with learning and temperament of the German shepherd and the structure, strength and endurance of the wolf. Officially, the international community this breed was recognized only in 1999. Interestingly, in vlchaki practically do not. For communication, they most often use the tongue of the body, and also publish quiet sounds: bobbed, growl and even grunt! Previously, "My Planet" told about other animal hybrids: tigens, zebroids and bifunions.
Strong and independent
29-year-old Holland Keene (who in ordinary life, by the way, works nurse) is considered the strongest woman on the planet. Why? She managed to raise the Stones of Dinny, who before her women raised only 65 years ago! The history of these stones began in Aberdeenshire (Scotland) in 1860. The young man named Donald Dinny committed the greatest fee of power. It suffered two natural stones (one weighing 154.22 kg, the second – 197.31 kg, that is, in the amount of 351.53 kg) at first 3.4 m, and then 4.6 m. At the same time, 23-year-old Scot made it with bare hands, without the use of any devices. To carry such gravity today is not for even the overwhelming majority of men, what to talk about girls! However, there is a simplified version of the lifting of stones – their thrust. That is what we can watch the video. Read also about the strongholds in the our Empire at the end of the XIX – early XX century.
How are you excellently preserved!
This picture captures the so-called "Patolean man". So called the man who lived in the Epoch of the Iron Age and died about the IV century BC. NS. His body was discovered in 1950 in a peat swamp near the village of Topund (Denmark) by the Viggo and Emil Hoigdami brothers. They found a corpse at a depth of about 2.5 m during peat mining. The body has been so well preserved that the brothers decided that the person was killed recently, and turned to the police. However, polismen quickly realized that the case was about the ancient artifact, and transferred information to scientists. They removed the corpse of the swamp and subsequently conducted a detailed study, which suggests that "a man from the Tollund" is the most well-preserved body of a resident of the era that followed the age of bronze, from all ever found ever. On the face of men, you can see even small wrinkles despite the fact that over 2000 years have passed since his death! "My Planet" published material about other famous ancient people who received a new life in many centuries after death.