# This Chart Highlights The Vast Differences Between The Sizes Of Stars

Stars are so mind-boggling large compared to our planet that it's easy to think of them simply as universally gigantic. But just like planets, stars come in different sizes, and when you place a dwarf star beside a hypergiant, it's clear just how immense those differences are.

# Need A Scorecard For All The Game Of Thrones Characters? Here It Is

Struggling to remember the affiliations of all the different characters on Game of Thrones and whether they're still alive? This massive chart keeps track of who is who on the show and what their current status is.

# Can You Identify Different Time Travel Movies Based On These Graphs?

Graphing time travel tales can be tricky business, but can you identify different time travel movies based on charts of different paths through time? Artist and animator Dan Meth challenges movie lovers with his visual time travel quiz.

# These Graphs Show Precisely When Your Favorite TV Show Went Downhill

When did Heroes jump the shark? At what point did Person of Interest find its footing? The site Graph TV charts out the popular opinion of each episode of each television show.

# Dancing Stick Figures Graph Mathematical Functions With Their Arms

If you have trouble remembering how to graph different mathematical functions, these simple figures with their dancing arms can help. At the very least, they'll make you think of math every time you dance to YMCA.

# 12 Diagrams That Changed How We Understood Our Solar System

These days, we are treated to glorious images of the cosmos through astrophotography and sophisticated three-dimensional visualizations of the universe. In the early centuries of astronomy, however, our visions of the cosmos often took the shape of diagrams—representing what we believed about our solar system.

# One graph explaining why you should always order a larger pizza

Good news! Mathematics has confirmed what we already suspected: You should most definitely be ordering a larger pizza.

# A chart that explains time travel in Lauren Beukes' The Shining Girls

There are a few basic ways that time travel works in stories. For the paperback release of Lauren Beukes' time travel serial killer tale The Shining Girls, artists Adam Hill and Sam Wilson put this chart together. It explains The Shining Girls — and oh so much more.

# Mayonnaise is now the most popular condiment in the U.S. -- BUT WHY?

Alright, confess! WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS? America spent \$2 billion in mayonnaise last year (\$0 of which came from my pocket), beating out hot sauce, mustard, and, yes, even ketchup, to become the number one condiment in the U.S.

# 6 P.M. is the most dangerous time of day to be a pedestrian

At least in the winter. As the days get longer, the risk tapers off slowly, or gets pushed back an hour or two, as you can see in this chart of pedestrian risk over time. But, it's not just a chart — it's also a map.

# Interactive heat map shows off the most photographed sightseeing spots

Wish Google Maps' photographs of the world's most stunning places were better composed than what you see on Street View? Sightsmap lets you take virtual trips of the parts of the world that people love to photograph.

# 100 Famous Movie Quotes in Chart Form

Nathan Yau over at FlowingData has turned 100 of the most memorable movie quotes ever into chart form — and they are absolutely fantastic.

# Speculative timeline looks quadrillions of years into our future

Tomorrow may be impossible to predict, but the folks at BBC Future try peering 1,000, a million, and even 100 quintillion years into Earth's future to predict the changes to our world and our small corner of the universe.

# The most comprehensive zombie classification chart we've ever seen

While most attempts to classify the different types of zombies limit their analysis to fast vs. slow, alive vs. dead, Jason Thompson's massive zombie taxonomy map goes far beyond that, cataloguing more than 350 different types of zombie.

# Check Out This Awesome 'Once Upon A Time' Relationship Chart

We all know that some of the characters on the comment boards in these parts are pretty fabulous. (I AM NOT BIASED), but this commenter really knocked it out of the park. I have been obsessing over this Relationship Chart made by LizTaylorsEarrings since I saw it last week.

# The secret formula to winning a Nobel Prize

Be a married, 61-year-old American man with impeccable eyesight and a degree from Harvard University. You should also shave regularly*, as this chart from BBC Future clearly shows.

# Get Obsessive With These Size Comparison Charts

Size matters. Especially when it comes to starships, giant monsters, buildings, and . . . well, pretty much anything else that you can obsessively categorize using common measurement systems. Here are some of the most outrageously detailed size comparison charts you'll ever see.