Dr. Ike

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20 Great Infographics of 2012

jtotheizzoe:

The folks at Visual.ly have really outdone themselves with this list. From Curiosity to Batman, these are just fantastic. Even infographic haters will love them.

My favorite, this Cheetah infographic by jerkyjake (click through to see it, trust me). It’s animated!

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jaymug:


2014 aston martin vanquish



This was always one of my favorite cars.
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jaymug:

2014 aston martin vanquish

This was always one of my favorite cars.


Merry Christmas!

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Merry Christmas!

Gift by an awesome and funny person.

transitmaps:


Fantasy Map: A Tube Map of the Periodic Table of Elements
Submitted by the awesome Gnimmel’s House of Maps, who says:
There are a lot of infographics around which are based on the tube map, and a lot which are based on the periodic table. So I decided to combine the two. Here’s a tube map of the periodic table (see also here for more details) and there’s also a periodic table of the tube map.
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Transit Maps says: Science combined with a tube map equals a win in my book! It’s been a long time since high school chemistry for me, but this diagram seems to make pretty good sense, with the “fare zones” and “route lines” accurately depicting the different properties (groups, blocks, periods, etc.) of the periodic table. I especially like the ” River Thames”, which separates gases, liquids and solids — with liquids being “stations” placed in the river. This leads to Mercury — a metal that’s also a liquid at room temperature — getting its own little “lake”, a nice touch indeed.
Our Rating: Pretty darn awesome! Four stars.


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transitmaps:

Fantasy Map: A Tube Map of the Periodic Table of Elements

Submitted by the awesome Gnimmel’s House of Maps, who says:

There are a lot of infographics around which are based on the tube map, and a lot which are based on the periodic table. So I decided to combine the two. Here’s a tube map of the periodic table (see also here for more details) and there’s also a periodic table of the tube map.

Transit Maps says: Science combined with a tube map equals a win in my book! It’s been a long time since high school chemistry for me, but this diagram seems to make pretty good sense, with the “fare zones” and “route lines” accurately depicting the different properties (groups, blocks, periods, etc.) of the periodic table. I especially like the ” River Thames”, which separates gases, liquids and solids — with liquids being “stations” placed in the river. This leads to Mercury — a metal that’s also a liquid at room temperature — getting its own little “lake”, a nice touch indeed.

Our Rating: Pretty darn awesome! Four stars.

4 Stars!

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