1.ALCATRAZ ISLAND (USA): home to the first lighthouse on the Pacific Coast
2. EASTER ISLAND (Polynesian triangle, Chile): world heritage site and one of the most isolated inhabited islands in history
3. SEALAND (Principality): World's smallest island
Sealand's statements to sovereignty and authenticity are not acknowledged by any nation, yet it is sometimes reported in controversy as an exciting example of how various concepts of worldwide law can be used to a territorial argument.
4. SURTSEY (Iceland): The emerging island
5. GUNKANJIMA (Japan): the Ghost (and forbidden) Island
Fastest Train in the World: 581km/h. Japan JR-Maglev
The difference of being the quickest practice on the planet is supposed to be to Japan's JR-Maglev. It set a community rate record for a manned, railed auto when it hit 361 mph on November 2nd, 2003. The practice uses magnet levitation to flow above its monitor, which reduces track scrubbing and allows it to obtain such instant rates of rate. Permanently more awesome is the France TGV -- this traditional practice rode its steel tires and monitor to a baguette-crisping 357 mph. That's only four mph reduced (357 mph) than the fancy-pants Maglev practice.
Most Married Woman World Record set by Linda Wolfe
National granny Linda Wolfe has become "the most committed lady in the world" after jogging down the section 23 periods, and is now "on the search for variety 24".
Mrs Wolfe, 68, is involved in the Guinness Publication of Community Information for the doubtful complete of being wed more periods than anyone else in existence.
She has said that she is "addicted to the romance" of wedding.
Born Linda Lou Taylor, the National first committed in 1957 older 16, to a 31-year-old known as Henry Scott.
The partnership survived for seven generations, the greatest and wonderful of any of her marriage.
Since then elements have maintained to go down.
Over the pursuing generations she committed a one-eyed convict, a preacher, barmen, electricians and performers.
Two ended up being gay, two were unsettled and one defeat her. Another put a 'lock' on her chiller.
One wedding survived just 36 a long time because "the really like wasn't there".
But Linda, from In, once committed the same man, Port Gourley, three periods.
She has had seven kids by her different men and been a stepmother to many more.
Her last wedding, a several years ago, was a advertising stop.
It was to Glynn Wolfe, who in getting Linda as his lady recommended he was the most committed man, at 29 periods.
He passed away a season later older 88.
Consequently she said that she was "on the search for variety 24".
She informed The Sun: "It's been generations since I went down the section. I overlook it."
The sequential lady, who now lifestyle in a pension house, said she had never ripped off on a man. She said if she had her lifestyle over again she would "never, ever" wed so many men.