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The Cost of Living on Mars
Take a look ar how much it would cost set up home there.Read More
- How to prevent the Northwest Pest Fest!
Unlike a lot of other areas in the USA, the Northwest region is known for its all season whether, beautiful forest scenery, and its annoying pests!!! Review this infographic for creepy pest profiles and treatments if you ever encounter any of them.
- The Great East Japan Earthquake: 2 years later
The Great East Japan Earthquake devastated Japan and triggered a terrible nuclear disaster. A survey has been run two years later to provide insight into how well people are coping since the disaster and their thoughts about the reconstruction process. This infographic was produced by the NHK, the Japan Broadcasting Corporation.
- Most Recycled Metal In The World [Infographic]
Although it is not known who produced the first steel, since 200 BC many cultures have produced steel in one form or another. A British inventor, Henry Bessemer, is generally credited with the invention of the first technique to mass produce steel in the mid 1850s. Steel is the world's most recycled material and its properties remain unchanged no matter how many times the steel is recycled. Our infographic has been produced to show how steel is recycled, starting with the actual collection of the recovered materials being melted in a furnace, to being remoulded, used and then being collected for recycling.
- Estufa ahorradora
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- Infographic: 24 Hours of Sunsets
The science behind glorious sunsets tells us that it is all to do with the scattering effect of molecules and small particles. But every poet and artist will tell you that it is Mother Nature allowing us to see her beautiful world in astonishing shades of fiery red and orange, with the occasional splash of violet and pink. Our infographic looks at some of the best sunsets from around the world. Start your journey at Mexico City and work your way, hour by hour, across the globe to New York City, and discover the amazing beauty of a natural phenomenon.
- Five Minerals With Unusual Names [Infographic]
The mining industry has given us amazing substances that transformed the way we lived and helped conceive the world as we know it today. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t have some fun with a group of very strange names given to a handful of minerals. Even better when those names come in a near infographic like this one! Enhance your mining culture and find out more about these curious elements created by nature and named by some very naïve people. They can be found across the entire planet, but for now they are all in this infographic. Have fun!