Effects of Radiation on the Human Body? [infographic]

March 18, 2011 |  by  |  Education  |  No Comments
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With the recent disasters in Japan, one big question is on everyone’s mind –- What is going to happen to the workers who are being exposed to high levels of radiation? In this inforaphic, we see how radiation effects the body. Some possible outcomes are massive cell death, development of cancer and development of gene mutations.

If you haven’t donatated to the Red cross for relief efforts, please click here and do so. Every little bit helps. [via]

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Fukushima Reactor [infographic]

March 17, 2011 |  by  |  Environmental  |  No Comments
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Happy Thursday! Only one more day, then it’s time for the weekend! Keeping with the Japan theme, here is an infographic on the Fukushima reactor. As many of you know, Japan just experienced some pretty traumatizing natural disasters. As a result of these disasters, nuclear reactors in Japan have been negatively affected. To give you a little more insight as to what is happening I provide today’s infographic for your viewing pleasure. [via]

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Fukushima Reactor

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The Quake in Japan [infographic]

March 16, 2011 |  by  |  Mind-Blowing  |  No Comments
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For those of you who haven’t heard, Japan was recently hit by 20 earthquakes, all measuring a six or greater on the Richter scale. Without a doubt this is the worst disaster to hit Japan since World War II’s nuclear attack on Hiroshima. To recognize this terrible natural disaster, here at Daily Infographic, we plan on posting only Japan related infographics for the rest of the week. For those of you interested in contributing to the cause, click here, this site was started by South by Southwest to raise money for relief.

Not only has Japan experienced at least six earthquakes, but was hit by a giant tsunami measuring 10 meters, as well as taking damage to their nuclear plants. In Sendai, one of the hardest hit cities, there have been reports of 200 to 300 bodies found on the coast. Along with all the human lives taken in this natural disaster, there has been damage done to thousands of homes, boats turned on their sides, and reports of fires breaking out in several areas. If you know of any other relief sites feel free to post in the comments section or on our Facebook page. [via]

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The Japan Quake

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What Does Your State do Worst? [infographic]

March 15, 2011 |  by  |  Politics  |  3 Comments
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Last week I posted an infographic entitled “What Does Your State Do Best?” as it turns out that infographic was pretty popular amongst our readers, to see it, click here. To follow up I present today’s infographic “The United States of Shame.” Although it is not the most detailed infographic it does present information that does not need much other explanation. Hopefully everyone knows the states, because today’s infographic does not label them, it only shows their shapes. My great state of Texas unfortunately has the worst High School graduation rate, which is not too surprising considering our education system is so bad. However that is not as embarrassing as Utah’s number of porn users. Hopefully ya’ll (you all) enjoy today’s infographic and don’t end up too disappointed by your state’s short comings. [via]

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The United States of Shame

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Jeopardy Winnings [Infographic]

March 14, 2011 |  by  |  Entertainment  |  1 Comment
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Happy Monday to all of you, I am in a good mood this Monday. Not only is it Spring Break, but South by Southwest is going on all week, for an infographic on SXSW click here. Hopefully everyone is enjoying their Spring Break, for those of you who do not currently have the luxury you have my deepest sympathies. The clock has turned forward and a new week has started and with that I would like to share this jeopardy infographic. As most of you may know recently an IBM developed computer named Watson went on Jeopardy and won, quite the testament to how far we have come with our technology. The players Watson faced are featured on today’s infographic, Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter. Jennings holds the record for longest winning streak and Rutter has the most Jeopardy earnings. Hopefully you all enjoy today’s infographic and continue to have a pleasant week. [via]

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Jeopardy Winnings

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