Get Your Soup On [infographic]

November 22, 2013 |  by  |  Food  |  No Comments
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Soup is about as diverse a food as you get. Hot or cold, spicy or mild, vegan, or filled with meat, soup can appeal to everyone. Soup can have a very high price, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, the most expensive bowl of soup the market today is served at Kai Mayfair restaurant in London, UK. This soup is called Buddha Jumps Over the Wall and contains shark’s fin, abalone, Japanese flower mushroom, sea cucumber, dried scallops, chicken, huan ham, pork and ginseng. This dish even has to be pre-ordered 5 days in advance, because it is so intense. Otherwise soup can be very cheap, and easily made in bulk to feed numerous people in Soup Kitchens.

As a matter of fact, I am hosting my own soup kitchen tonight. I spent $30 on 3 large pots of delicious soup. Unfortunately this kitchen was advertised to the party hungry college students of San Marcos, TX and not the poor who really need it. We will be feeding these hooligans hunger with both an amazing “The Great Depression” themed party, and with the following glorious soups Tortilla soup, AMAZING Black bean and sweet potato soup, and SPICY lentil soup . Please readers, if you find yourself hungry for company or soup in San Marcos, TX today shoot me a message on Facebook and I’ll tell you where to get some “Bomb Ass Soup”.

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Rubik’s Cube (solved in 20 moves or less) [infographic]

November 21, 2013 |  by  |  Entertainment, Gaming, Recreation  |  2 Comments
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I remember getting a rubik’s cube for my twelfth birthday. I wanted one SO badly, so you could imagine my excitement when I received it as a gift from my grandma. Unfortunately, I didn’t realize that the rubik’s cube was a puzzle and was actually extremely difficult to solve. I spent about 2 days messing with it before I finally gave up. About half a year later, I decided I wanted to try and figure it out again (after looking up the puzzle answer of course) only to find that my brother had peeled off and relocated all of the stickers to “solve” the puzzle.

Today’s infographic is especially interesting because not only does it tell you how to solve it, but it also gives some really interesting information about the history of the Rubik’s cube, and the cult following that it has. Check it out to solve your Rubik’s cube and show off to your friends.   [via]

 

 

 

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Five Crazy Facts About Cereal [infographic]

November 20, 2013 |  by  |  Food, Health  |  No Comments
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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Whether you’re trying to gain weight or lose some, starting the day with a healthy serving of protein, fiber and vitamins will supply your body with much needed nutrients. If you’re a part of the fifty percent of Americans who start their day with cereal, switching to a more healthy brand can be the easiest way to start a diet.

“These facts aren’t crazy!” – You.

I know, and I hope my dismal design skills don’t burn your eyes either. Today’s infographic was designed by me for my marketing class. If you couldn’t guess we’re selling Special K for men – or what we call 10K. 10K is Special K’s brother cereal with the same healthy formula of Special K, but with 5 times the original amount of protein per serving. I know I’ve lied to you about 10K being real, but at least the facts on the infographic are true!

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An Abundance of Elements [Infographic]

November 20, 2013 |  by  |  Education, Environmental  |  No Comments
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It truly boggles the mind just how many factors go into making life possible here on Earth, especially when you think of everything as being composed of bajillions of different atoms mashed together. Everything in the universe breaks down into chemistry, and this infographic attempts to visualize that fact.

Chemistry is the science of stuff (i.e. the things we’ve put on the periodic table) and stuff = atoms. When you have matter of some sort, it contains atoms comprised of many different combinations of protons, neutrons, and electrons. These different combinations define the elements. For instance, if there are 79 protons in an atom, then that atom is the element gold and will continue to be gold as long as there are 79 protons in that atom. The number of protons is also that element’s atomic number (this is because it is unlikely for the proton number to change in an atom). Electrons on the other hand can be variable and can change their number easily and often.

Now, this infographic shows the approximate percentage of every element in the universe, ocean, earth, crust, atmosphere and inside us. I thought it was interesting that most of the lower numbers (atomically speaking) are more prevalent throughout all of these areas than the higher atomic numbered elements. I suppose this makes sense as stars typically produce simple atoms first and thus would be much more common in the universe than say, Ununpentium. SCIENCE!

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The Most Popular Books of All Time [infographic]

November 19, 2013 |  by  |  Education, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Recreation  |  5 Comments
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Today’s infographic comes from www.lovereading.com/uk and features the most popular books of all time. As mentioned in the infographic, storytelling has been around as long as language has existed. Humans have always had an innate need to express themselves through storytelling. And how lucky are we that there are people (like the ones below) that have been able to express what’s inside of them so well.

What’s more, with every book read, a new story gets attached to that story: the story of that person’s personal journey through life while reading that particular book. Books offer support where physical environments cannot, carry our memories, and connect us to the rest of the world by transcending cultural and language barriers. Books change us.

This infographic is super cool because it divides each book by the number of copies sold, translations made, and editions printed. All that’s left to do after reading this infographic is to read all the books on the infographic. Good luck!

“So many books, so little time.” -Frank Zappa [via]

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