Saturday, April 5

Do you know the steepest roller coaster?

This wooden roller coaster is in Everland Park amusement park in South Korea. The T-Express roller coaster is said to give you the steepest drop in the world.

Roller coaster rides are always enjoyable but not for all. I am one the 'All'.smile

Every amusement park in the world, big or small park will have at least one roller coaster. Even those who show bravery to take up a ride will beam with pride when the roller coaster comes to a stop after giving a scary spin.

Watch a video of the T-Express. But it is not all that clear.

For those who have an inquisitive mind, roller coaster works on the principles of centripetal force.

History of Roller Coaster:
It is always interesting to know the ancestor for any sport or entertainment. The direct ancestors of roller coasters were monumental ice slides -- long, steep woo­den­ slides covered in ice, some as high as 70 feet -- that were popular in Russia in the 16th and 17th centuries.

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