Everything You Need To Know About Cyberterrorism In One Chart

I don't know how we missed this chart on its first go-around (it was created by Eli Dourado in May 2014, using data extrapolated from a 2013 op-ed by Jon Mooallem, who spent the summer of that year keeping track of power outages caused by squirrels), but it is everything, and you deserve to know that it exists. » 1/16/15 1:00pm 1/16/15 1:00pm

The United States, Divided By The Booze They Drink

What if instead of 50 states, we divided the U.S. into principalities based around each area's favorite booze? This fun infographic has the answer. Find out if you're a resident of the Lone Shiner Republic or the Jeffersonian Democratic Commonwealth of the Grape below! » 1/15/15 2:00pm 1/15/15 2:00pm

The Third Hobbit Movie Takes Two Minutes To Film One Page Of The Book

We have all been made aware of how incredibly long Peter Jackson's three Hobbit movies are, especially as compared to J.R.R. Tolkien's original book. But 538's Walt Hickey actually broke down the ratio of film to page, and discovered an amazing fact: there are two minutes of TBotFA for every book page it covers. » 1/06/15 12:53pm 1/06/15 12:53pm

Seven of the Most Useful Pokémon In Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

Powerful Pokémon and cool Pokémon are important to have in any arsenal—but they're not the only kinds of Pokémon you'll use. Everyone needs Pokémon that are useful, to help you capture and train other Pokémon. » 12/31/14 1:10pm 12/31/14 1:10pm

This Map Will Show You Drunk Driving Limits All Over The World

Do you live on Earth, drive a car, and occasionally drink? Then this map may be handy for you. It shows the blood alcohol level that each country uses to decide whether or not you're driving while you really shouldn't be. And, for the record, do not drink and drive ever, okay? Great. Problem solved. » 11/15/13 12:40pm 11/15/13 12:40pm

The Complete History Of Earth In One Tidy Infographic

Graphic designer Juan David Martinez has captured our planet's entire 4.6-billion year history in this rather clever wheel-like chart. » 12/18/14 12:20pm 12/18/14 12:20pm

Check Out This Diagram Of Ascension's Huge Generation Ship

Here's a peek at the internals of the gigantic, titular spaceship from Syfy's new retro space drama, Ascension. Yeah. It's got a space beach. » 12/06/14 1:00pm 12/06/14 1:00pm

A Timeline for your next 6 years of Comic Book Movies (so far)

The past few weeks have been kind of crazy for Comic book movie announcements - it can be hard to keep up with who's putting out what, and when. Comics Alliance have put together this convenient time-line of all the latest Comic Book Movies so you can plan your Cinema trips well in advance. » 10/20/14 9:00am 10/20/14 9:00am

A Single Infographic Reveals Just How Insane the Gender Gap Is

Last month, Senate Republicans blocked the Paycheck Fairness Act, a bill that Democrats are pushing as part of their "Fair Shot" agenda for women. Now the National Women's Law Center has started a new project to explain exactly why legislation is needed. » 10/08/14 1:20pm 10/08/14 1:20pm

See Starfleet's Fashion Evolution With This Guide To Star Trek Uniforms

Getting your Starfleet uniform ready for Halloween? Make sure your get the details right with this visual guide to Trek uniforms. I've never seen them all laid out together like this — pretty cool! » 10/01/14 6:41am 10/01/14 6:41am

Interactive Map Shows The Truth About Who's Not Vaccinating Kids In LA

A whooping cough epidemic is sweeping across California—and 94% of the cases involve children and infants, for whom the illness can be fatal. Low vaccination rates are responsible for the outbreak. But, surprisingly, it's the most affluent, educated parents who are opting out of immunization programs. » 9/10/14 3:08pm 9/10/14 3:08pm

Every Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Costume In One Infographic

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have been mutating through various physiological and sartorial iterations for more than three decades. » 8/03/14 10:50am 8/03/14 10:50am

This Infographic Shows How to Prevent Bites from Dangerous Animals

Most animals you come across in the great outdoors will be scared of you, but some animals will be hungry enough to consider you a meal. This infographic from Backpacker Magazine shows the zones of your body animals will go for in an attack and how you can save your own skin. » 7/14/14 3:00pm 7/14/14 3:00pm

If Only Modern Infographs Were As Stunning As These 19th-Century Ones

Modern infographs can be fun and fascinating, but when it comes to pure aesthetics, they've got nothing on the works of John Philipps Emslie, who mapped the Earth and the sky with an illustrator's flair. » 6/17/14 12:00pm 6/17/14 12:00pm

The USDA Killed 4 Million Animals in 2013, But It's Not Clear Why

When there's a "human wildlife conflict," the US Department of Agriculture's "Wildlife Services" gets called in to take care of the problem. In 2013, that resulted in the death of more than 4 million animals. » 6/07/14 3:28pm 6/07/14 3:28pm

Have Spelling Bee "Winning Words" Always Been So Obscure?

Arvind Mahankali won the 2013 National Spelling Bee on "knaidel," a type of dumpling. The winning word the year prior was "guetapens," before that "cymotrichous," and before that "stromuhr." Have bee-winning words always been this insane, or is this a recent development? » 5/29/14 11:45am 5/29/14 11:45am

All The Most Important Batmobiles In One Handy Chart

More than any other superhero, Batman is known for his car. In fact, he's one of the few major superheroes to even have a car worth a damn, anyway. I think I once saw Superman parking a Geo Prizm. That's why the Batmobile is so important, and why there've been so many of the things. » 5/13/14 1:20pm 5/13/14 1:20pm