Here is everything that has happened in this year. The term “fastest car” gained new buzz in recent weeks after the SSC Tuatara broke the record for the fastest production car in the world. How fast did it go, and is there another “fastest car in the world” challenger still waiting in the wings? Let’s take a look at the 25 fastest production cars, what powers them and how fast they go. Hint: the “slowest” one tops out at 211 mph, and the top speeds go up from there. How Fast Is The Fastest Car In The World? If you believe in unverified records, The SSC Tuatara is the fastest car in the world with a top speed of 331 mph and a record-setting average of 316.11 mph. however in terms of verifiable records. SSC claims the Tuatara has the lowest drag coefficient in its class.
Graduation represents the culmination of a journey and the attainment of a goal. It is an exciting period in a person’s life and an array of feelings will surface for the graduate. Most people think of graduation as an exciting and wonderful marketing event, many fail to recognize the other emotions evoked by this transition time. Graduation not only can bring up feelings of excitement, pride, and anticipation, but also feelings of loss, discouragement, and fear. Feelings of loss are commonly felt by students as they face a multitude of changes in their lives. One would not expect to feel sad during a time typically thought of as a joyful period in one’s life. Nuclear power, the use of nuclear reactions to produce electricity, can be obtained from nuclear fission, nuclear decay, and nuclear fusion reactions. Presently, the vast majority of electricity from nuclear power is produced by nuclear fission of uranium and plutonium in nuclear power plants. Nuclear decay processes are used in niche applications such as radioisotope thermoelectric generators in some space probes such as the Voyager 2 probe. Like these two processes, generating electricity from fusion power remains the current focus of international research.
Physical training and tens of thousands of dollars are just a few of the things adventure-seekers need to conquer Mount Everest. Experts say it takes much more than that to check it off your bucket list. Hundreds of people from around the world travel to the Himalayas every year, dreaming of reaching Mt. Everest. Most mountaineers attempt to ascend the world’s largest peak in May. There’s a brief window of time – usually after May 15 – when temperatures are warmer and the high-altitude winds known as the jet stream have moved away from the mountains. It’s also right before monsoon season. Climbers usually try to avoid visiting the Everest region if there’s frequent rainfall, as it can make the trail conditions slippery and dangerous. Mount Everest sits right at the border between Nepal and Tibet. There are many possible routes, but the majority of Everest climbers usually choose between two – the south route in Nepal and the north route in Tibet. Most trekking companies operate in Nepal, as climbing in Tibet has become more expensive and more controlled in recent years. Those climbing on the south route fly into Nepal’s capital of Kathmandu, then fly on to the village of Lukla, where travelers begin hiking to the Everest base camp.