A stupid brother and a clever brother argue over how they should split their land, some of which was good and some bad. The king set riddles to them: whoever guessed the riddles would get the good land. The first riddle was what was the fastest thing in the world. The stupid brother's daughter told him what to say; his brother guessed a bird or a horse, and the stupid brother said the mind. The second riddle was what was the heaviest thing in the world; the clever brother guessed stone or iron, and the stupid brother repeated his daughter's answer: fire because no one could lift it. The third was what was the most important thing in the world; the clever brother guessed bread or money, and the stupid brother repeated his daughter's answer: ground, because they needed it to stand on.
Since you already know that is the fastest thing around, we'll look at what other speedy items our universe, and maybe even a fictional universe or two, has to offer -- from animals to superheroes and planets to . Because, yes, it stands to reason that if toilets can move, then there must be one that moves fastest. And don't tell me you're not curious to know which one holds that honor.
The fastest thing in the world - in fact the universe - know to man is light (or light particles called photons). Light travels at a speed on 186,000 miles per second. Another view Tachyon particles travel faster than light. Man-made The fastest man-made thing on Earth is the X-43 (Unmanned Aircraft). It can achieve a speed of Mach 9.8 or 7,460 mph
What is the fastest thing in the planet? A rocket, a missile, fighter jet well seems like fastest living thing in the planet is something more subtle that what we can think of. Enjoy this video and get to know the fastest living thing in the nature.