10 Obese People Ever Recorded

This is a list of the obese people ever recorded. This includes each individual's name, peak weight, their birth date, and years of life. This list is limited to those individuals who weighed over 450 kg (990 lb; 71 st).

Jon Brower Minnoch  
United States   1941-1983    Height  6.1 ft 
Peak Weight: 635 kg (1,400 lb; 100.0 st) 
His weight loss of approximately 419 kg (920 lb; 66.0 st) is the largest ever documented.


Manuel Uribe  
Mexico    1965 - living    Height: 6.4 ft
Peak Weight: 597 kg (1,320 lb; 94.0 st)
After worldwide media attention in January 2006, with help from doctors and nutritionists he lost over 225 kg (500 lb; 35.4 st) over a two year period.

Carol Yager  
United States 1960 - 1994   Height: 5.6 ft Over 545 kg (1,200 lb; 85.8 st)
Peak weight of 727 kg (1,600 lb; 114.5 st) not confirmed. 
Documented weight loss of 236 kg (520 lb; 37.2 st) in three months by natural means: a 5,000 kJ (1,200 kcal) per day diet. Weight at death was 545 kg (1,200 lb; 85.8 st).

Walter Hudson  
United States 1944 - 1991
Peak Weight:  544 kg (1,200 lb; 85.7 st)

Rosalie Bradford  
United States 1943 - 2006 Height:  5.5 ft
Peak Weight:  544 kg (1,200 lb; 85.7 st)
Holds the Guinness World Record for most weight lost by a woman, 415.9 kg (917 lb; 65.49 st).

Michael Hebranko  
United States 1953 - living
Peak Weight: Over 500 kg (1,100 lb; 79 st)

Patrick Deuel  
United States 1962 - living Height:  5.6 ft
Peak Weight:  486 kg (1,070 lb; 76.5 st)

Robert Earl Hughes  
United States 1926 - 1958
Peak Weight:  485 kg (1,070 lb; 76.4 st)

Kenneth Brumley  
United States    1968 - living
Peak Weight:  469 kg (1,030 lb; 73.9 st)

Mills Darden  
United States 1799 - 1857 Height:  7.5 ft
Peak Weight:  463 kg (1,020 lb; 72.9 st)


10 Largest Christian Church in the World

In terms of floor area, these are the 10 largest church buildings today. Masses are still held regularly in all these houses of God. 

St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican City 
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The Renaissance and Baroque architectural style of St. Peter’s Basilica is considered as the greatest building of its age. With a length of 730 ft (220 m) and a width of 500 ft (150 m), it has the largest interior of any Christian church in the world, holding more than 60,000 people. The basilica is one of the holiest Christian sites and the greatest of all churches of Christendom. It was built from 1506 through 1626 with Michelangelo among its architects. The building is officially known in Italian as the Basilica di San Pietro in Vaticano. It is famous as a place of pilgrimage, for its liturgical functions and historical associations. 

Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida, Brazil
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The new Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida was built in 1955 and designed in the form of a Greek cross. It measures 173 m (567 ft) long and 168 m (551 ft) wide, sitting up to 45,000 people. Pope John Pau II named it the most important National Marian Shrine in Brazil. It was officially declared as “the largest Marian Temple in the World” in 1984.

                                                                          











    


Cathedral of Seville, Spain
Also known as Catedral de Santa Maria de la Sede (Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See), Cathedral of Seville is claimed by some as the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Its construction began in 1402 and continued into the 16th century. The total area covers 11,520 sq m. A great mosque used to sit on the site in the late 12th century. Christian architects later added the extra dimensions of height. Its central nave rises to a height of 42 m (137.7 ft).

















Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, United States 
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The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in the City and Diocese of New York is claimed to be the largest Cathedral and Anglican Church and fourth largest Christian church in the world. Its interior measures 183.2 m (601 ft) long and 70.7 m (232 ft) wide. It was originally designed as Byzantine-Romanesque but was changed to Gothic. A huge fire damaged the church in 2001; construction and restoration still continues today thus earning its nickname: St. John the Unfinished.

















Liverpool Cathedral, United Kingdom 
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The Cathedral Church of Christ in Liverpool, England is the fifth largest Cathedral in the world. It occupies a total area of 103,334 sq ft (9,600 sq m) and was built mainly of sandstone. The cathedral’s bell tower is the largest in the world and houses the world’s highest (219 ft )and heaviest (31 tons) ringing peal of bells. The 13 bells are named Bartlett Bells.

















Church of the Most Holy Trinity, Portugal 
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The Church of the Most Holy Trinity in the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima in Fatima, Portugal is the fourth largest Catholic Church and the sixth largest Christian church in the world. It was constructed between 2004 and 2007 and was consecrated on October 12, 2007, on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the apparitions of Fatima. The church, dedicated to the Most Holy Trinity was entirely paid with gifts from the pilgrims. It measures 95 m (310 ft) long and 115 m (380 ft) wide, holding up to 9000 people.

















Milan Cathedral, Italy 
Milan Cathedral (Duomo di Milano) is often referred to as one of the greatest churches in the world. Its construction was started in 1386 and was only completed in 1965. The cathedral measures 157 m (515 ft) long and 92 m (302 ft) wide, sitting 40,000 people. It is the largest Gothic Cathedral in the world and one of the most famous buildings in Europe.
















Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Belgium 
Basilica of the Sacred Heart.
The National Basilica of the Sacred Heart is a Roman Catholic minor basilica and parish church in Brussels, Belgium. King Leopold II laid the first stone in 1905 during the celebrations of the 75th anniversary of the Belgian Independence. Halted by two World Wars, its construction was completed in 1969. Covering an area 164.5 m (540 ft) long and 107.80 m (353.7 ft) wide, it is the sixth largest Roman Catholic Church in the world and the seventh among Christian churches.


















Basilica of Our Lady of Peace, Ivory Coast 
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The Basilica of our Lady of Peace of Yamoussoukro, a Roman Catholic minor basilica is listed by the Guinness World Records as the largest church in the world. It covers an area of 30,000 sq m (322,917 sq ft), accommodating 18,000 worshippers. However, the overall area count includes a rectory and villa, which are strictly not part of the church. The basilica was constructed between 1985 and 1989 and was consecrated in 1990 by Pope John Paul II.


















Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lichen, Poland 
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The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lichen is the largest church in Poland, the seventh in Europe and the tenth in the world. It was constructed from 1994 through 2004 covering an area 120 m (393 ft) long and 77 m (252 ft)wide. It was built in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary and is home to a 200-year-old painting known as the “Our Lady of Sorrows, Queen of Poland.”




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10 Most Expensive Movies Ever ...

No.1 CLEOPATRA
The only film ever to be the highest grossing film of the year yet to run at a loss. $43 million making-cost in 1963 make up today’s enormous $314 million, putting this movie on the 1st rank in the list. Fair enough that the tale of the queen of Egypt has been crowned as number one- the most expensive movie ever made and even more remarkable given the age of the film. 

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: AT WORLD’S END
 The film was released in English-speaking countries on May 25, 2007 after Disney decided to move the release date a day earlier than originally planned. It remains the most expensive film ever made, with a budget of $300 million.The 3rd installment of the tale of “charming” pirates takes up the second rank in the list. Astonishing that even after paying out Depp’s outrageous wages, it still couldn’t reach the top.

TITANIC
 The film was partially funded by Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox – respectively, its American and international distributors – and at the time, it was the most expensive film ever made, The story of the downfall of the goddess of all ships slides easily into the 3rd position in our ranking. James Cameron’s most popular blockbuster ate up $160 million in 1997. In today’s money this figure reaches up to a huge $286 million, dwarfing many later made films.

SPIDER-MAN 3
Spider-Man 3 was commercially released in multiple countries on May 1, 2007, and released in the United States in both conventional and IMAX theaters on May 4, 2007, by Columbia Pictures.  Consuming a colossal $267 million, it came out to be a success even after the critics’ “thumbs-down” reviews.

TANGLED
Tangled is a 2010 American computer animated musical fantasy comedy film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios. It is the 50th animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series. Costing $256 million in the making, it made a profit of £362 million, proving to be a box office triumph. The astonishing fact of about this Disney film is that it is supposed to be a children’s tale, but (seems like) it was liked by adults just as much.

HARRY POTTER AND THE HALF BLOOD PRINCE
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is a 2009 fantasy film directed by David Yates and based on the novel of the same name by J. K. Rowling. It is the sixth instalment in the Harry Potter film series cost a little over $250 million to be assembled. The sixth installment of the popular tale of the boy wizard had no difficulty in rising to the top charts and it did a huge £570 million business. It was, by any definition a massive box office success.

WATERWORLD
Waterworld is a 1995 post-apocalyptic science fiction film. The film was directed by Kevin Reynolds and co-written by Peter Rader and David Twohy. It is based on Rader's original 1986 screenplay and stars Kevin Costner, who also produced it. It was distributed by Universal Pictures. Although initially lashed by the critics, this movie redeemed itself when it was liked/rescued by the rest of the world. According to today’s valuation it’s an all time expensive movie and it took around $248 million to make.

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DEAD MAN’S CHEST
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest is a 2006 adventure fantasy film and the second film of the Pirates of the Caribbean series, following Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003). It was directed by Gore Verbinski, written by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. The second sequel of this classic tale of pirates cost a big $245 million to make. 

AVATAR
Avatar is a 2009 American epic science fiction film written and directed by James Cameron, and starring Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, Michelle Rodriguez, Joel David Moore, Giovanni Ribisi and Sigourney Weaver. This CGI movie gobbled up a fortune of $237 million in its making which inflated up to $243 million. This sounds like a startling amount of money but if we take a look at the £1.2 billion business this film accomplished, the initial expenditure doesn’t seem to be wasted. 

SPIDER-MAN 2 AND KING KONG
Sneaking into the list and sitting comfortably side by side on the tenth rank are Peter Jackson’s tale of the gigantic gorilla and Sam Rami’s tale of a spider’s amalgamation into a man. Both of these movies consumed a huge budget of $200 million. Inflation rates after the release of these movies took these figures up to an astonishing £145 million. This is just the beginning of the staggering money-show we are about to witness in the most expensive movies ever.



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