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The scariest rides in the world

Thanks to adrenalin, we become faster and stronger, better able to cope with life’s problems and effectively overcome the weakness. Latest scientific studies show that adrenaline can also be a great help in the fight… with stress.

Single shots of adrenalin, rapid waves which come and go like that when you rush, say, in a loop, at a speed of 150 km/h – just saving, because fill us with energy and ready for immediate reactions. A sudden rush of oxygen to the blood stimulates the entire circulatory system, protective system, and the brain sends a command to allocate to us the painkillers, endorphin and dopamine, which improve our health.

We offer you to familiarize yourself with the most terrifying rides in the world! No specific rating is not here. Fears are different. Someone is afraid of speed, someone drops, etc. So choose for themselves the most terrible and are going to conquer.

Observation tower hotel-casino “stratosphere Las Vegas” with a height of 350 meters — the second highest observation tower in the Western hemisphere: it is ahead of the CN tower in Toronto. But the rides located on the top of the Stratosphere, — the undisputed leaders in the world.

Catapult “Big Shot” (Big shot).

Year of opening: 1996. The highest attraction on the planet that can lift you to a height of 329 metres with skorostyei 70 km/h and monstrous acceleration in 4g. Continue reading

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