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Deep Inside: The Statistics Of Porn Stars

“‘Without any mental deliberation, picture the average female porn star. Just let her spring into your mind’s eye looking however she looks. Can you see her?’“ A simple enough question, with a surprising answer. Jon Millward spent six months analysing data … Continue reading

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15 Things You Didn’t Know About Outer Space

Some pretty cool facts about space. Credit to OnlineSchools (although I can’t find the image on their website at all). I knew the majority of the things on the list, but infographics are always interesting to look at. Onwards!

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Ingredients Of All-Natural Products

Natural foods are a big fad amongst many people nowadays. Everything has to be natural, without any extra chemicals present. What these people don’t realise, however, is that all-natural foods, such as eggs, contain a bewildering list of chemicals in … Continue reading

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2013: The Year Of The Selfie

The Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year 2013 is… Selfie. Yep, selfie. The above infographic gives information as to the evolution of the word selfie from a social media buzzword to mainstream shorthand for a self-portrait photograph.  “The decision was unanimous … Continue reading

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Subway To Metabolism

This is a great infographic (Popular Science) showing metabolism; the complex network of chemical reactions that occur in the cells of our body. The subway lines are metabolic pathways, showing the transformation of one chemical into another, catalysed by enzymes, … Continue reading

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LEGO Minifigs

The history and timeline behind the humble LEGO mini figures is pretty interesting, and is displayed above in a very handy infographic (Cool Infographics). I love the fact that there are over 4 billion LEGO minifigs in the world. That’s … Continue reading

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Star Wars vs. Star Trek

The age old question of which is better, Star Wars or Star Trek, has been boiled down and analysed over at Science Dump using science. Or, well, stats. The winner? Star Wars, of course! Do you agree with the analysis? … Continue reading

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Stuxnet: Anatomy Of A Computer Virus

I’ve already mentioned I love viruses, but those are biological viruses. What about computer viruses? I understand a lot less about them, but they are equally fascinating. One of the most powerful ones created is Stuxnet. It’s a weapon, pure … Continue reading

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20 Great Infographics Of 2012

Over at Visual.ly, they have a great article showcasing 20 great infographics of 2012. My favourite is the one above, detailing Curiosity‘s Seven Minutes of Terror landing on Mars. Which is your favourite from the list? Onwards!

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