Due to being unable to post this link to Facebook as a result of some extremely frustrating glitch in the matrix, I’ll have to share a couple of these mind blowing truths with you and hope that you can access the link to the original article at the bottom of this post.
Dean Karnazes is an American long-distance runner that, after a study was conducted on him, it has been predicted could in theory run forever. How? Well, for one thing, his muscles not only damage much less with exercise than the normal person’s (like, 81.4% less), they actually get used to continuous exercise and stop being damaged altogether, “sort of like if Wolverine were a perpetual motion machine”. He also has more blood in his circulatory system than the average person, which allows him to stay more hydrated for longer, and the study actually concluded that as long as he keeps himself properly hydrated and fed, he could potentially run at a 7 to 10-minute-mile pace permanently.
Wim Hof is a Dutch-born man who climbed up Mount Everest in a pair of shorts, because he’s impervious to cold. Naturally, he was also tested by researchers who found that he can actually control his autonomic nervous system and immune response through concentration and meditation. “That means he can totally control his response to cold, just by thinking really hard.”
Super powers do exist! Read more here.