A NEW CHAPTER TO BE PRINTED IN THE BOOK OF THE WORLD’S GUINNESS RECORDS

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BEATING THE GUINNESS WORLD RECORD WITH COFFEE CUPS FILLED WITH BLACK AND COFFEE LAITE IN BUDAPEST AT THE CORVINUS UNIVERSITY BY THE  LOCAL AND FOREIGNER STUDENTS !

Throughout the years since the Book of Guinness has started to mark the outstanding records in the mostly unimaginable situations, as  individuals around the world  have been challenging  their limits.  Therefore, no surprise that the Book of Guinness has many chapters by now of what and how an individual reached to be in the Book of Records.

During the late  morning  hours 25 MBA students  gathered at the hall of the main building at  the Corvinus University  to successfully land the world’s largest mosaic measured in 64-square-meter by the use of coffee cups filled with coffee. the coffee cups showing the image of a star representing  the site called  “sztarold.hu”  celebrity. To build this huge image of 6400 coffee cups and adding the 1600 liters of coffee took them 4 hours in creating this sensational  world record.

The Guinness world record experiment was previously tested by Mr.Tomas Lajtos together with his colleagues  for weeks ahead before that had for weeks been carefully prepared of the world’s slightly larger than 8×8 meters birth of a figure to reach a new Guinness World Record. These tests covered the lengthy experimentation, and a bunch of math counting. The Intelligent News Search Portal, the http://www.sztarold.hu organized by the 4-hour duration of time for each student  to  concreted 256 cups of coffee, and then affix the image pre-determined points.

The special experimental event was attended by Hungarian, Estonian, Cyprus, Mexican, Indian, German, Iran, Nigerian, Turkish, American young MBA students.  The Corvinus University MBA program director was Dr. Péter Móricz who all along the way was there to watch how the coffee cups filled with coffee  are getting loaded.

As  Ms. Petra Gaja, from the http://www.sztarold.hu spokeslady said: “The record attempt conveys an important message: the border anomalies. Youth of different nations helped the world record, we have shown how our world is limitless. As “one” moved dozens of people, regardless of their nationality, religion, gender or the color of their skin”.

The record’s registrar in Hungary was Mr. István Sebestyén who endorsed the whole action. The authenticator told at the end of the “heavy work”:  “This was a genuine new Hungarian record of this size. The various toned milky coffee made ​​to show a mosaic photo has previously never been set up in Hungary. The venue had seen and findings of the Protocol, each containing the data that were measurable, comparable, to the protocols drive and reproduced made the record”.

Dr. Péter Móricz, Assistant Professor, at the Corvinus University Faculty of  Business Administration, Institute of Management watched his students all the way and was pleased to learn how they all enjoy their “mission” as ONE!

At the end the size of the mosaic picture was measured: 8.1  x 8.1 square meters.

The previous record holder was in Hawaii with a mosaic size  4.9 m x 7.6 m of a picture of  Elvis Presley, when  5,642 cups were in use. The Intelligent News Search sztárold.hu and the Corvinus University jointly organized the world record attempt of this  mosaic which was almost twice as large.

Update and snaps Aggie Reiter

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