It is a trick. He had a tube attached to his head which could easily have supplied oxygen in some manner. Also, he was wearing a bulky suit of some kind which could hide other life support mechanisms. Remember he is a magician!
The answer is David Blaine.
David Blaine (17 minutes)
David blaine set the world record for staying underwater for 17 minutes and 4 seconds
The world record, set by David Blaine, is 17 minutes and 4.4 seconds.
i think that David Blaine set the record for holding breath underwater at 17 mins and 4 secs but this was on 30th April 2008 so it may have changed. :)
David Blaine is a illusionist and a magician he recently broke the record for holding his breath the longest on Oprah he does street magic and magic shows his most famous trick is the levitating trick
I don't know how long YOU can hold your breath under water but at 2008, a man named David Blaine broke the world record for holding his breath for seventeen minutes and four seconds underwater.
That really can't be answered, since everyone has a different tolerance of how long they can hold their breath. However, the world record for holding their breath was set by David Blaine, with an astonishing 17 minutes and 4.4 seconds.
No... Nor could he get out with holding his breath. It is physically impossible to escape from ablack hole, and likely just as impossible to survive the first moment one enters itsgravity.
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The new record for breath-holding is 19 minutes and 21 seconds.There are tricks to holding your breath for long periods of time, but the practice can be dangerous.There may be long-lasting health consequences to extreme breath-holding.A Swiss freediver held his breath underwater for 19 minutes and 21 seconds, according to news reports this week. The gasp-inducing feat beat the previous world record by 19 seconds, and blew away the record of 17 minutes and four seconds that magician David Blaine set on Oprah Winfrey's talk show in 2008.For most ordinary humans, all that breath-holding can be hard to fathom. The feat might also bring up some basic questions about biology. For example: Is it really possible to survive without inhaling for that long? And is it healthy?
TEDTalks - 2006 David Blaine How I Held My Breath for 17 Min was released on: USA: January 2010
people put him in a big bubble full of water to see if he could hold his breath for over 8 minutes, at first he only held his breath for 7 minutes. but after that he said it wasn't over and he was going to be back, about a month later he came back and broke the world record of holding his breath for 17 miutes and 58 seconds
6 minutes by magician david blaine
Most people can hold their breath for around 2 minutes if pressed and if they're in decent health. At that time they'll either be forced to breath by painful muscle spasms, or the spasms can often cause people to pass out, at which time they begin breathing again.The world's record for holding someone's breath is a little over 17 minutes, set by David Blaine.The military frequently trains soldiers to hold their breath in water as well, and it's likely that many of the soldiers in the US Military could give David Blaine a run for his money.I've attached a link to the bottom of this answer for more information if you'd like it.
the longest time spent under water by a human is 17:04.4. by David Blaine. This is the offcial Guiness world record.
David blaine isin't married
David Blaine was born on April 4, 1973.
David Blaine is 6 foot 1 inch tall.
David Blaine was born in Brooklyn, NY on April 4, 1973.
I believe it is David Blaine. He holds the record for 72 hours straight hanging upside down.
David Blaine is 44 years old (birthdate: April 4, 1973).
No, he is not.
David Blaine was born on April 4, 1973 in Brooklyn, New York City.