Guinness World Records recorded the “Genius Jeans” by Gucci as the world’s most expensive pair of jeans. The jeans were ripped, distressed and bedazzled with African beads. They were sold in Milan in 1995 for US$3,134. This record was broken in 2005 when a pair of 115-year old Levi’s jeans was sold to a Japanese collector for US$60,000.
Saint Nicholas, was an early Christian bishop of the ancient Greek city of Myra in Asia Minor, is known as the patron saint of children and also of sailors and students in various cities and countries around Europe. His legendary habit of secret gift-giving gave rise to the traditional model of Santa Claus.
In 2004, Super Bowl, singing “Rock Your Body” with Justin Timberlake, Janet Jacksons suffered a “malfunction of costumes.” When Timberlake stretched out his hand to tear off the costume of Janet on his chest, he put his chest on the national television.
The law of the equivalence of mass and energy, expressed by E = mc2 or energy, is equal to the mass multiplied by the velocity of the square of light. They found that all the stars obeyed Einstein’s law concerning dark matter.