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Did you even see all the human blood vessels just like that?

If not, then you will see them now. The human body has about 60 000 miles of blood vessels. The blood vessels are arteries, veins and capillaries.

Three things to note:
1. arteries carry the blood from the heart to the body (they are hidden deeper inside the body)
2. capillaries connect the arteries with the veins
3. veins bring blood back from the body to the heart (they can even be seen at surface skin)

Of course, blood circulation is way more complex, but you get the idea. Here you can see more about how the heart works and how the blood flows though you:

Here is the image with the blood vessels via ASAP Science and @SciencePorn:
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infographics science

How does it rain on different worlds? What does it rain in there?

ASAP Science shared a greta infographic made by American Infographic and its amazing to see how it rains on other worlds, planets or satellites from our Solar System and beyond.

For example, it rains with different substances on different worlds:
– Earth – water
– Venus – sulfuric acid
– planet HD189733b – glass
– Neptune – diamons
– OGLE-TR-56b – iron
– satellite Titan – methane

See the image:
rain-on-different-planets

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tech

Science Fun: some images to make you laugh

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via Mr. C

split-the-atom
via ASAP Science.

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Should you keep tomatoes in the fridge?

The guys at Compound Chem say: yes and no. It all depends on how much the fruit has ripen and for how long will you keep the tomatoes in the fridge.

So, here are some ideas:
– don’t put tomatoes that did not ripen in the fridge
– ripen tomatoes can be put for up to a week and then you need to keep them at room temperature for 24 hours (tis way the flavor comes back)
– if you keep the ripen tomatoes more than seven days in the fridge, then they won’t taste that good anymore.

More info in this page.

The-Chemistry-of-Tomatoes

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infographics learn science

The chemistry of insect repellent. We have some of it too

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Mosquitos and other nasty little thingies are attracted by our sweat and the carbon dioxide we exhale. Nature has taught many plants to fend offf the insect and they evolved to have some natural insect repellant.

Even humans have some types of insect repellent, or maybe it should be called insect invisibility cloak. That substance is 1-methylpiperazine.

Main compounds that are used as insect repellents are: DEET, Icaridin, Citrioldiol, and IR3535.

Read more on Compound Chem.

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learn

Come Visit Romania

Since I am a Romanian I’m always glad to promote great things done by our folks. We may not be seen as top notch nation in the world, but taken individually, there are many Romanians that simply rule.

So, if you ever meet a Romanian you’ll know he/she knows at least a foreign language and, if they work in foregin countries, that means that they’re good at what they do. Come visit Romania. Via [Radu Oncescu].

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infographics

Huge Interactive Internet Map

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The Internet Map was created by Ruslan Enikeev and is a visual representation of the internet where the websites are drawn as circles. The bigger the website and the more traffic it has the bigger the circle is on the map.

This interactive infographic is amazing in that it consists of 350 000 sites from 196 countries and the circles are clustered based on the semantic content.

Via [Neatorama].

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The Cost Of Being Batman: $682+ Millions

MoneySupermarket has calculated the costs Batman needs to take into account when using or changing his equipment. Total cost is over $682 millions so you now see why only one of the Gotham’s most reachest guys had to be Batman.

The Tumbler would cost an impressive $18 million and the costume would cost about $1.1 million. So, if you want to be Batman, you may need to stay in a long line once a year to get some big discounts for that equipment. Anyways, fun is and fun will be with Batman.

the cost of batman's equipament, salary, houses

Via [Geeksaresexy].

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infographics

Why 2012 is a leap year and what is one [infographic]

A leap year a year where we have 29 days in February. Every four year we add an extra day to the calender. Normally a solar year is 365 days four hours and some minutes, but the calender is only 365 days.

If we would not add that extra day every four years we would have a difference of 24 days in only 100 years. Read on about the interesting fact regarding leap years.
Link via Tech Blog.
Cheap Sally Leap Year 2012 Infographic