On 6 May 2003 Andrei Bindasov (Belarus) successfully transmitted 216 Morse code marks of mixed text in one minute. The attempt was held as part of the International Amateur Radio Union’s 5th World Championship in High Speed Telegraphy in Belarus.
Belarus artist Alexander Kishchenko (b.1933) completed a hand-woven tapestry entitled Tapestry of the Century in 1995 that was 19 m. (62.3 ft.) tall and 14 m. (45.9 ft.) wide, with a total area of 266 sq. m. (2,863 sq. ft.).
On 15 November 1995, Aleksandr Bendikov of Mogilev, Belarus stacked a pyramid of 880 coins on the edge of a coin free-standing vertically on the base of another coin which was on a table.
The most nails balanced on the head of a single nail is 255 and was achieved by Alexander Bendikov (Belarus), in Minsk, Belarus, on 8 June 2012.
In June 2010, a new computer software “worm” called Stuxnet, described as the most sophisticated cyber weapon ever made, was publicly identified by a security company in Belarus. A German industrial company subsequently confirmed that a number of its control systems technologies that are used in the power industry and which control valves, pipelines and other industrial equipment in different facilities around the world had been affected by the worm. Stuxnet targets software called WinCC, which runs on Microsoft Windows, in very specific industrial equipment Continue reading →
The largest number of dominoes stacked on one single piece was 1,036 achieved by Alexander Bendikov (Belarus) in Minsk, Belarus, on 5 July 2011. Aleksander Bendikov is also the current record holder for 48819 Most coins balanced – pyramid.