Today’s infographic shows us fifty things that will make us all more culturally aware of the countries we visit and better travelers in general.
“Ringling Bros. beats elephants so viciously with bullhooks that handlers have to use a gray powder called Wonder Dust to conceal the wounds from the public,” says PETA Foundation Deputy General Counsel Delcianna Winders. “PETA is advising parents and grandparents that if their children love animals, the last place they should take them is to the circus.”
Google announced last week they’re currently testing a new “smart” contact lens which uses a tiny wireless chip and miniaturized glucose sensor that are embedded between two layers of soft contact lens material to detect glucose levels for diabetics.
While most kids spend their childhoods playing with friends and wreaking havoc on the home, some truly exceptional ones skipped those steps and have created businesses, written symphonies and solved complex mathematical problems instead. Check out this list of some of the world’s most brilliant and gifted individuals who have made enormous strides and accomplishments all before becoming a teenager.
How many female scientists can you name that aren’t Marie Curie? Even today, the stigma about women in science persists, but each of the women in this list have directly contributed to the lexicon of modern life.
Life is full of coincidences, some very minor, but occasionally – extraordinary. This is a list of 10 of the most incredible, unbelievable coincidences.