2012 wordlessTech bestWas an impressive year with important “ups” and “downs” world records.
These are some of the most impressive, brightest and moving moments in 2012, shorted by date.

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James Cameron returns after Deepest Solo Dive ever

James Cameron returns after Deepest Solo Dive ever



During his mission to explore the dark in the freezing waters of the Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench, James Cameron found very few signs of life.

Nice to meet you Higgs boson!

Nice to meet you Higgs boson!

One of the most anticipated moments in the history of modern science: Large Hadron Collider (LHC) scientists reporting in Geneva claim the discovery of a new particle consistent with the Higgs boson.

2012 London Olympics

Fireworks London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony.



Fireworks London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony.

Curiosity has Landed!

Curiosity has Landed!

After almost nine months since has left Earth and after ‘seven minutes of terror‘, Curiosity, the $2.6 billion Mars rover, has landed!

Apple becomes biggest company in U.S. history and named Best Design studio of past 50 years

Apple becomes biggest company in U.S. history

A genius passed away, and Tim Cook inherited the most valuable company in the world.
A strong performance in Apple Stock propelled the company’s value to $623 billion. Apple passes Microsoft to gain the position of the most valuable publicly traded stock of all time.
Apple‘s design team has been named the best design studio of the last 50 years and the best brand of the last 50 years at the prestigious D&AD (Design and Art Direction awards) in London.

Space age in Decline, or Not

Farewell Neil Armstrong- space shuttle
On August 25 Neil Alden Armstrong, a true hero, an icon of a generation, former NASA astronaut and first person to set foot on the Moon, has passed away.
The Space Shuttle on its way to the museum. No replacement is ready yet!
But thanks to Private Companies like SpaceX, new important breakthroughs are coming.

Felix Baumgartner- First man to break the Speed of Sound in Freefall

Felix Baumgartner- First man to break the Speed of Sound in Freefall

Felix Baumgartner become the first man to break the speed of sound in freefall, with 1,24 Mach – 843 mph. He made the historic Jump, the skydiving, from Red Bull Stratos stratospheric balloon’s capsule, from the record breaking altitude of 128,100feet – 39,045km.

Huge Hurricane Sandy attacks our civilization

Huge Hurricane Sandy

Huge Hurricane Sandy has an extremely rare meteorological setup. Is developing extratropical characteristics and becoming a mid-latitude cyclone. NASA just issued this photo showing Sandy hitting Cape Hatteras, Chesapeake Bay and Delaware Bay.

Happy New Year!

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