Here are 100 interesting facts from across the globe to mark the exciting delivery of Etihad Airways’ 100th aircraft – a new Airbus A321-231.
Here is an infographic created by the folks at Power Tool World that provides some very interesting details about the Earth’s core that you maybe you haven’t learned yet so far.
When Google Earth first came onto the scene, users had mixed feelings regarding its detailed nature. Once googlers got used to the software, they started exploring, and came across an amazing array of incredible sights. Great Business Schools has created an infographic highlighting some of the most incredible sights Google Earth users have found, along with the incredible efforts that go into making Google Earth a success.
It’s that time of year again — time to give our dear home, Mother Earth, some love. It’s sad that many people only recognize our world and the state it is in once a year. Want to know more about the place we call home? Check out this infographic from eReplacementParts.com for facts, history and scary statistics.
You may have lived on Earth all your life, but how much do you really know about it? Did you know that Earth is the only planet in the Solar System with plate tectonics, or that the continents move 2cm every year? For more fascinating facts check out this infographic by Giraffe Childcare.
Our solar system is located within the Milky Way – the galaxy that contains more than 200 billion stars. The Sun and 8 planets of the solar system were formed about 4.6 billion years ago. This infographic from Stedas dizajn shows whole solar system as well as planets’ physical characteristics and their position inside the system. Additionally it contains some interesting “Did you know” facts.
Things are always in motion on Earth. Life is never static as we are constantly inhaling and exhaling, producing and consuming, enjoying and reflecting, and birthing and dying. This infographic, published by our friends at Best of the Web, reveals some interesting occurrences in a day on the Earth and how what happens impacts every single one of its inhabitants.
Why is it that people are utterly obsessed with the end of the world? There are documented cases of people claiming to know the date the world would end, dating back to 992 A.D. Until it was proven by Christopher Columbus in 1492, many people refused to believe that Earth is round, yet they believed other humans could predict the date the world would end.
Forget a trip around the world in 80 days, Rather, take a journey to the depths of the Earth’s core with Prof. Otto Lidenbrock in Jules Verne’s classic science-fiction novel “Journey to the Centre of the Earth” in this infographic discovered at Voyages Jules Verne.
When will the world end? An age-old question for sure, one of which many do not like to think about. For those who do, some great (and not-so-great) thinkers have made predictions throughout human history. This infographic includes some of the most famous End of the World prediction fails from the past, and a few valid ones from scientists that we are still waiting for the conclusion of.
Earth’s population has hit an all time high topping out at 7 billion people. This has caused several important changes that can affect climate, social media, business and growth. This Infographic reveals some interesting statistics.