Wetten, dass ..? | Thomas Gottschalk| ZDF | Superhuman Magnetic Man
In Birthday of Thomas Gottschalk in May 2020 we will see “Wetten, dass …?” television show on ZDF ( Das Zweite Deutsche Fernsehen ), Germany. In 1996 I offered my live performance Superhuman Magnetic Man for Wetten, dass ..? on ZDF which was moderated by the entertainer Thomas Gottschalk. My offer was rejected. Maybe in May 2020 ZDF editorial staff and the entertainer Thomas Gottschalk will invite Superhuman Magnetic Man to Wetten, dass ..?
Wetten, dass..? was a German-language entertainment television show. It was the most successful Saturday television show in Europe. Its format was the basis for the British show You Bet! and the American show Wanna Bet?
The shows were broadcast live six to eight times a year from different cities in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. There were also seven open-air summer shows, broadcast from Amphitheatre Xanten, Plaça de Toros de Palma de Mallorca, Disneyland Paris, Waldbühne Berlin, and Aspendos Roman Theatre.
“ Superhuman ” Television Show is based on Germany’s “ The Brain ” original title “ Das Superhirn ” from Endemol Shine Group; that show is currently in its sixth season and has spawned editions in China, Italy, Brazil, Spain and France. The U.S. version will mark the seventh pickup of the show internationally, and there are also kids’ versions of the format around the globe. Endemol Shine North America produced “ Superhuman ” for Fox. Exec producers are Rob Smith, Georgie Hurford-Jones and David Friedman. Did they see me and my Live Performance Superhuman Magnetic Man in Gasteig a cultural center in Munich in 1994 and 1995 or in Manhattan, New York ?
Endemol Shine Group’s companies in North America are behind such hit series as Big Brother ( CBS ), The Biggest Loser ( NBC ), Hell on Wheels ( AMC ), Ink Master ( Spike ), Kingdom ( AT&T Audience Network ), MasterChef ( FOX ), MasterChef Junior ( FOX ), Restaurant Startup ( CNBC ), Swamp People ( History ), The Real Housewives of Atlanta ( Bravo ), Steve Harvey ( NBCU ), T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle ( VH1 ), Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge ( CMT ), Billion Dollar Buyer ( CNBC ) and upcoming Hunted (CBS), The Almost Impossible Game Show ( MTV ), and I’m Dying Up Here ( Showtime ).
My first public lecture of Miroslaw Magola took place on May 27, 1994 in Gasteig. Gasteig is a cultural center in Munich, opened in 1985, which hosts the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. The Richard Strauss Conservatory, the Volkshochschule, and the municipal library are all located in the Gasteig. Most of the events of the Filmfest München, and many of the events of the Munich Biennale take place here.
The human magnetism of Miroslaw Magola
Paranormal phenomenon of Bio-physic
Gasteig Portrait : Source
In the 2015/2016 season, the Gasteig celebrated its 30th anniversary. Since opening its doors in 1985, it has become a centre of cultural life in Munich. Within its walls sit renowned cultural and educational institutions of the City of Munich. The name Gasteig derives from its location: on the »gachen Steig«, central and conspicuous on the right-hand riverbank of the Isar.
With more than 1,700 events per year, the Gasteig offers its audience a colourful and diverse programme. From computer courses, Jazz film festivals and pharmacy conventions to Beethoven’s Eroica.
Between 8 AM and 11 PM, the building attracts more than 6,000 visitors daily. Munich’s culture and education centre was created as a place for meetings and encounters. The many halls, work rooms and foyer spaces are open to anybody working with intellectual and artistic expression.
Besides the programme offered by the resident institutions, the public can enjoy the many cultural offers by other event organisers. The unusual atmosphere of the Gasteig provides a suitable setting for anniversaries, conventions, conferences and product presentations.
The red brick architecture combines unity and clear lines with inner openness and creative spatial design – the result of consistent use of building materials and colours.
Bring me the brain of Albert Einstein.
Albert Einstein, the Nobel prize-winning physicist who gave the world the theory of relativity, E = mc2 and the law of the photoelectric effect, obviously had a special brain.
In what ways might Einstein’s brain biology have been different from average?
Scientists who have examined his brain have concluded that it is not normal. While Einstein’s brain weighs less than the brain of an average adult male, 2.7lbs versus 3 lbs, the inferior parietal region of the brain is 15% larger than in an average brain.
Albert Einstein was a genius, but he wasn’t the only one – why has his name come to mean something superhuman …… ?.