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There Can Be Miracles: There can be miracles when you believe
There Can Be Miracles: There can be miracles when you believe

There can be miracles when you believe

There Can Be Miracles: suddenly-sherlock mortalvision Follow ultrafacts The Mountain' actor from Game of Thrones, Hafpór Július Björnsson, beat the 1,000- year-old world record for taking 5 steps with a 10-meter log that weighed 1,430 lb Ultrafacts.tumblr.com Source:[x Follow @ultrafacts for more facts! cazador-red Was the record to take five steps or did he take more than five steps? snatch-daddy Previous record was five steps I believe cazador-red Do did he take more? necromanticowboy I feel like we're ignoring the obvious question of "why the crap did some whacky bastard try carry a 1,430 lbs. log in the first place?" cazador-red Because he could medic981 So.... in doing some reading, I'm more in awe The "world record actually comes from an lcelandic viking legend in which Orm Storulfsson carried the mast of a ship (with the same specifications as the log that Hafthor lifted) for three steps. According to legend, 50 men lifted the mast onto Orm's back. He took three steps. After the third step, his back was broken and he was never again the same So it isn't like he broke a world record that was set 50 years ago or something This was a legend from 1000 years ago htt 8#d alog kasaron We are living in times where people overcome actual, literal legends. That's....awesome 26,690 notes O O We were moving mountains long before we knew we could (THERE CAN BE MIRACLES WHEN YOU BELIEVE)
There Can Be Miracles: suddenly-sherlock
 mortalvision Follow
 ultrafacts
 The Mountain' actor from Game of Thrones,
 Hafpór Július Björnsson, beat the 1,000-
 year-old world record for taking 5 steps with
 a 10-meter log that weighed 1,430 lb
 Ultrafacts.tumblr.com
 Source:[x
 Follow @ultrafacts for more
 facts!
 cazador-red
 Was the record to take five steps or did
 he take more than five steps?
 snatch-daddy
 Previous record was five steps I believe
 cazador-red
 Do did he take more?
 necromanticowboy
 I feel like we're ignoring the obvious
 question of "why the crap did some
 whacky bastard try carry a 1,430 lbs. log
 in the first place?"
 cazador-red
 Because he could
 medic981
 So.... in doing some reading, I'm more
 in awe
 The "world record actually comes from
 an lcelandic viking legend in which Orm
 Storulfsson carried the mast of a ship
 (with the same specifications as the log
 that Hafthor lifted) for three steps.
 According to legend, 50 men lifted the
 mast onto Orm's back. He took three
 steps. After the third step, his back was
 broken and he was never again the
 same
 So it isn't like he broke a world record
 that was set 50 years ago or something
 This was a legend from 1000 years ago
 htt
 8#d
 alog
 kasaron
 We are living in times where people
 overcome actual, literal legends.
 That's....awesome
 26,690 notes O O
We were moving mountains long before we knew we could (THERE CAN BE MIRACLES WHEN YOU BELIEVE)

We were moving mountains long before we knew we could (THERE CAN BE MIRACLES WHEN YOU BELIEVE)