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There are more than one : Surfing is one of them. There is no other sport where there is a chance you may be eaten by a SHARK.Horseback riding is anther. You could fall off an…d crack your head open and your horse would keep going.Bull riding is anther danger. You could be kicked into the air and the bull could stomp on you and crush your rib cage.Bungie jumping - if your strap snaps or breaks you might dieSnowmobiling - you could be riding along in the snow and (boom) hit a rock and go flyingAnother dangerous sport is swimming, if you get a cramp and no lifeguard's aroundDirt biking or fourwheeling : if you don't make the ramp, you might get badly injured. A Bit More Analysis There are many dangerous sports and pursuits. Some involve other human participants (hockey), animals (rodeo, and occasionally surfing), or natural hazards (extreme skiing and snowboarding, skydiving). For the sheer number of injuries in each : rugby, bullriding, and gymnastics top the lists. For the number of fatalities : auto and boat racing (in all classes)
the worlds most dangerous band as voted by kerrang is avenged sevenfold When they first came through, Guns n Roses were reckoned to be the World's Most Dangerous Band. I've a…lso heard Rose Tattoo referred to as that.
Methamphetamine is the most dangerous drug. It permanently damages your brain and ability to perform executive functions.
Florine gas, mustard gas and box gas are all extremely dangerous and deadly. They can kill quickly.
The World's Most Dangerous Band was the name of Paul Shaffer's house band that performed nightly on Late Night With David Letterman from 1982-1993. While the band member…s changed throughout the years, the most consistent lineup featured Paul Shaffer on keyboards, Will Lee on bass guitar, Sid McGiness on lead guitar and Anton Fig on drums. This lineup carried over when David Letterman changed networks and was renamed the CBS Orchestra.
The world's most dangerous acid is Hydroflouric acid, which is actually classified as a weak acid, believe it or not. Perchloric acid gets my vote. No it isn't I thought it …was carborane superacid. It was just discovered
The world's most dangerous storms include: hurricanestyphoonstornadoesheavy rain NOTE: These are NOT 'storms': flooding, landslides, earthquakes
A matter of opinion, but overall I would say the Amazon River.
When we talk about the world's most dangerous jobs, we usually mean those with the highest risk of injury or fatal injury. Most people do not willingly take on dangerous jobs …knowing that there is a high chance of either. Although work-related deaths have fallen over the years, some jobs are still, and will continue to be, incredibly dangerous. In America each year, almost 6,000 deaths are due to work-related accidents. Also each year, almost 1.4 million work-related injuries require either medical attention or recuperation away from work. In a lot of dangerous jobs, the pay scale usually reflects the degree of danger involved. One of the most dangerous jobs is timber cutting. People who cut down trees have an accident rate of 118 per 100,000 workers. Most of the deaths occur due to falling trees. The death rate for timber cutters is nearly 30 times that of the average worker. Timber cutters earn around 60,000 US dollars (USD) over a ten month period. Another extremely dangerous job is in the fishing industry. Fishing is ranked the second most dangerous job in the world. Out of every 100,000 workers, there are 71 fatalities due to work-related incidents. Deep sea fishing with treacherous weather conditions accounts for a large percentage of this. Not surprisingly, drowning is the number one cause of death in the fishing industry. Crab fishing in Alaska is extremely dangerous. The weather conditions are so severe that ice can capsize the boats. The machinery involves huge steel cages, and the fishing season lasts for only four weeks. There are around 400 deaths for every 100,000 workers in the shellfish industry. On a good day, a crab fisherman can earn around 1,000 USD. Commercial aircraft pilots rank third place on the dangerous jobs list. They have almost 70 deaths per 100,000 workers. One of the biggest factors is weather conditions. Pilots flying in Alaska have the highest fatality rate of all. During an Alaskan pilot's 30-year career, he or she has a one in eight chance of being fatally injured. Some reports have mining at the top of the list as one of the world's most dangerous jobs. Even with today's sophisticated mining equipment, cave-ins are a frequent occurrence. Large numbers of lives are lost because of this. There are a number of other dangerous jobs in which fatalities are extremely high. Highway construction and jobs that involve driving are among these. Farm workers, due to the heavy machinery involved, also have a high fatality rate. Roofers, engineers and structural metal workers are all also placed in the top ten most dangerous jobs in the world. Military servicemembers, especially during times of combat, and especially those that serve on in near the front lines, have one of the most dangerous jobs.
Paul Schafer is the leader of the Worlds' Most Dangerous Band. This is the name of the band on the David Letterman Show on CBS Networks. Paul Schafer is a native o…f Thunder Bay, Canada and was an original member of the Saturday Night Live Band, led by Howard Shore, who did the music for the three Lord of the Rings movies that were recently out. The original name of the SNL band was Howard Shore and his all nurse band. All the member of the band were men and they all wore the older style nurses uniforms with the hats.
I have no clue really. I mean they say Linkin Park but can that really be true?
The mojave GREEN rattlesnake.
In terms of categorization the most dangerous tornado would be one rated EF5, (formerly F5) as these are the strongest and most destructive. Other factors that can make a torn…ado more dangerous include rapid forward speed which reduces warning time. Rapid development and/or intensification have a similar effect. A tornado may be rain-wrapped or surrounded by rain, which can make it impossible to see. A tornado may also be hidden in the darkness of night, and strike when people are asleep. A number of the deadliest tornadoes had at least two of these factors going for it. The deadliest tornado in U.S. history was the Tri-State tornado; a fast moving F5 which was difficult to identify due to the low cloud base and the tornado's large size. The Joplin tornado of 2011, the deadliest U.S. tornado in the era of modern forecasting, was an EF5 that formed and strengthened very rapidly and became rain wrapped soon after forming.