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July 09, 2014

"40 maps that explain food in America"

#11: ". . . together, corn and soybeans make up almost half of America's crop revenues."

July 04, 2014

"18 Photos That Will Make You Proud To Be ‘Murican"

"United States of Being the Best.".

July 03, 2014

"How To Memorize Lines Like A Professional Actor"

If they say so

July 01, 2014

"The Real Differences Between Dog And Cat People"

My shorter version: dog people tend to be more sensible, better people

"10 Theories That Will Make You Lose Your Mind"

Talk about "thinking outside the box"!

June 29, 2014

"15 Incredible Views Of Cities From Space"

Cool.

In the past, we've posted some incredible views of Earth's most breathtaking natural features from the European Space Agency (ESA), which has been observing the Earth with satellites for decades. 

It turns out that natural features aren't the only thing that the ESA has seen from space — they've turned their lenses on some of Earth's most iconic cities as well.

June 27, 2014

"Map: Where Europeans speak English"

"It shows that though Europeans are very widely exposed to English, there's a stark regional divide in how comfortable people are with really using it. In Northern Europe, most people can converse in English whereas in Southern Europe they can't."

(But see article for a qualification to that conclusion.)

June 24, 2014

"How mistakes can save lives: one man’s mission to revolutionise the NHS"

Explains "fixation error" and focuses on a key difference between airline pilots and doctors.

June 19, 2014

"Here’s where new Americans came from in 2013, and where they live now"

Mexico is first in "came from," greater than the second- and third-place countries, combined.

"The second-largest religion in each state"

I learned from this article.

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