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der-schwartzenmann: bae-in-maine: kumasenpai: fitasianwomen: natgeotravel: Ha'a Keaulana, daughter of Brian Keaulana and the grand daughter of legendary Buffalo Keaulana carries a 50 pound boulder while running across the sea floor to train for surfing. Her father teaches surfers that they should train for a four wave hold down in case of a wipeout in big surf. At 13 second intervals between waves, that means about a minute of being held down. It is one thing to hold your breath in a swimming pool for a minute and it something completely different to swim down 30 feet, pick up a huge rock and then run as hard as you can for a minute. Thanks to her lineage, community and training, Ha’a is a true water woman from Makaha. Hawaiians have saltwater running through their veins and epitomize what it means to be connected to the sea. Photograph by @paulnicklen. Bruh She isn’t just running with a 50 pound rock, but she has three dudes acting as a drag! That is just…wow. holy hot damn! Mera… queen of atlantis : der-schwartzenmann: bae-in-maine: kumasenpai: fitasianwomen: natgeotravel: Ha'a Keaulana, daughter of Brian Keaulana and the grand daughter of legendary Buffalo Keaulana carries a 50 pound boulder while running across the sea floor to train for surfing. Her father teaches surfers that they should train for a four wave hold down in case of a wipeout in big surf. At 13 second intervals between waves, that means about a minute of being held down. It is one thing to hold your breath in a swimming pool for a minute and it something completely different to swim down 30 feet, pick up a huge rock and then run as hard as you can for a minute. Thanks to her lineage, community and training, Ha’a is a true water woman from Makaha. Hawaiians have saltwater running through their veins and epitomize what it means to be connected to the sea. Photograph by @paulnicklen. Bruh She isn’t just running with a 50 pound rock, but she has three dudes acting as a drag! That is just…wow. holy hot damn! Mera… queen of atlantis

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der-schwartzenmann: bae-in-maine: kumasenpai: fitasianwomen: natgeotravel: Ha'a Keaulana, daughter of Brian Keaulana and the grand daughter of legendary Buffalo Keaulana carries a 50 pound boulder while running across the sea floor to train for surfing. Her father teaches surfers that they should train for a four wave hold down in case of a wipeout in big surf. At 13 second intervals between waves, that means about a minute of being held down. It is one thing to hold your breath in a swimming pool for a minute and it something completely different to swim down 30 feet, pick up a huge rock and then run as hard as you can for a minute. Thanks to her lineage, community and training, Ha’a is a true water woman from Makaha. Hawaiians have saltwater running through their veins and epitomize what it means to be connected to the sea. Photograph by @paulnicklen. Bruh She isn’t just running with a 50 pound rock, but she has three dudes acting as a drag! That is just…wow. holy hot damn! Mera… queen of atlantis : der-schwartzenmann: bae-in-maine: kumasenpai: fitasianwomen: natgeotravel: Ha'a Keaulana, daughter of Brian Keaulana and the grand daughter of legendary Buffalo Keaulana carries a 50 pound boulder while running across the sea floor to train for surfing. Her father teaches surfers that they should train for a four wave hold down in case of a wipeout in big surf. At 13 second intervals between waves, that means about a minute of being held down. It is one thing to hold your breath in a swimming pool for a minute and it something completely different to swim down 30 feet, pick up a huge rock and then run as hard as you can for a minute. Thanks to her lineage, community and training, Ha’a is a true water woman from Makaha. Hawaiians have saltwater running through their veins and epitomize what it means to be connected to the sea. Photograph by @paulnicklen. Bruh She isn’t just running with a 50 pound rock, but she has three dudes acting as a drag! That is just…wow. holy hot damn! Mera… queen of atlantis

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Si dice che un fulmine abbia guarito Edwin Robinson dai suoi mali. Questo camionista del Maine (U.S.A) aveva perso la vista e parte dell’udito dopo un incidente automobilistico nel 1971. Poi è stato colpito da un fulmine, e per circa venti minuti Robinson è rimasto privo di sensi. “Quando ha ripreso conoscenza, vedeva e udiva bene di nuovo”, riferisce il New York Times. “Un mese dopo ha comunicato che sulla testa calva stavano ricrescendogli i capelli”. Ora dice: “Stanno crescendo fitti: mia moglie ne è entusiasta. Ero calvo da 35 anni. Mi avevano detto che la calvizie era ereditaria”. L’apparecchio acustico gli si è bruciato, ha detto, ma ora “ci sento come un ragazzo”. In quanto agli occhi, Albert Moulton, il suo oculista, ha detto: “Non riesco a dare una spiegazione. Non so perché ci vede di nuovo. Tutto quello che so è che era cieco ma ora non lo è più”. _______________________________ curiosita curiosità notizia fortuna incredibile fortunato notizie cronaca fulmine natura scienza mistero inspiegabile misteri: Nel 1980 Edwin Robinson, cieco da 9 anni, fu colpito da un fulmine che, invece di ucciderlo, gli ha ridato misteriosamente la vista. AINSANECURIOSITY Si dice che un fulmine abbia guarito Edwin Robinson dai suoi mali. Questo camionista del Maine (U.S.A) aveva perso la vista e parte dell’udito dopo un incidente automobilistico nel 1971. Poi è stato colpito da un fulmine, e per circa venti minuti Robinson è rimasto privo di sensi. “Quando ha ripreso conoscenza, vedeva e udiva bene di nuovo”, riferisce il New York Times. “Un mese dopo ha comunicato che sulla testa calva stavano ricrescendogli i capelli”. Ora dice: “Stanno crescendo fitti: mia moglie ne è entusiasta. Ero calvo da 35 anni. Mi avevano detto che la calvizie era ereditaria”. L’apparecchio acustico gli si è bruciato, ha detto, ma ora “ci sento come un ragazzo”. In quanto agli occhi, Albert Moulton, il suo oculista, ha detto: “Non riesco a dare una spiegazione. Non so perché ci vede di nuovo. Tutto quello che so è che era cieco ma ora non lo è più”. _______________________________ curiosita curiosità notizia fortuna incredibile fortunato notizie cronaca fulmine natura scienza mistero inspiegabile misteri
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