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15 Examples Of Why You Can't Even Handle Earth Right Now

Earth is a pretty intense place. Can you handle these extremes? You'll never know unless you try. Go on your own adventure, like Captain Henry Morgan did. Check out this YouTube channel to see what we're talking about.

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2. Highest Recorded Temperature: July 1913 - Death Valley, CA - 134.1F

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So hot, you could cook an egg on a rock. So hot, SPF 5,000 is recommended. So hot, you'd need an IV drip to replenish the fluids you're sweating out. You get it.

3. Lowest Recorded Temperature: July 1983 - Vosok Station, Antarctica - -128.6F

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So cold, you forgot you had toes. So cold, penguins won't even get in the water. So cold - alright, seriously. You get it.

7. Lowest Known Point: Challenger Deep - 35,797 feet below sea level

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Only three people have ever been to the bottom of this thing, which is in the Mariana Trench. One of them was film director James Cameron.

14. Largest Hailstone: Vivian, SD - July 2010 - 20" in diameter

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Gone are the days where a hailstorm meant a few friendly pebbles bouncing off of your roof. This hailstone is a life-ruiner.

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