Here is a creative visualization of the vast amount of taxpayer money spent on the failed F-35 military jet program (using area, distance and time comparisons) and a list of all the domestic investments we could have made instead. Get ready to be shocked!
Here is a simple infographic created by SimplyPlastics.com that provides some little known facts about plastic usage and manufacturing as well as recycling of plastic.
Buckingham Palace is synonymous with both London and England – so synonymous, in fact, that we cannot imagine a London without it. Buckingham Palace is now very much a part of English history, and has been at the centre of at least some of the UK’s (and the world’s) historical events since it became the reigning monarch’s principal home in 1837.
People who play video games know that when you think of a character, you probably think of two things first: the weapon they wield and the hairstyle that they wear. There’s something about the spikey, long, colorful hair of video game characters that make them immediately recognizable.
In order to correctly rank the most powerful Sci-Fi weapons of the universe, FatWallet crunched the numbers to compare real life weapons with the destructive power of their science fiction counterparts. They worked with physicists and engineers on this infographic, which breaks down iconic weapons and their energy of devastation in joules, an energy measurement of “work done.”
Gravity is not something we think about on a daily basis, but it controls more of your world than you could imagine. What would life be without gravity? From weakened bones and a shrunken heart, you can’t imagine just how much impact the lack of gravity would cause in your life.
Limb loss is a common theme throughout the Star Wars films. With the main characters wielding swords with laser sharp plasma blades, there’s bound to be some dismemberment. Here’s a look at all the limbs (and heads) lost in each of the Star Wars films from Episode I to Episode VI.
In this data clash, the top 5 European cities for tourists – London, Paris, Istanbul, Barcelona and Amsterdam – are compared in different categories like weather, sightseeing, shopping, budget or security. Who is the no. 1 tourist city of Europe?
Slip and fall accidents are incredibly common; studies estimate that around 25,000 people fall every day. And while many of these accidents occur at home, employees and shoppers are at considerable risk in workplaces and retail establishments. Slip, trip, and fall accidents don’t help anyone: victims are injured and accidents put considerable strain on our economy.