The map shows the “Celtic Interconnector” a proposed direct electrical link between France & Ireland which bypasses the UK post-Brexit. It received €530 million worth of funding from the European Commission in October 2019.
The chart above shows monthly global temperatures between 1850 and 2019 (compared to the 1961-1990 average monthly temperature). It has been more than 25 years since a month has been cooler than normal. Data comes from the HADCRUT4 temperature database.
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The map above was created Visualcapitalist.com to highlight the plight of the 1.2 billion people worldwide (16% of the world’s population) without access to electricity using data from the World Bank from 2017.
The animation above shows a rather surprising fact. Gravity on earth is not uniform everywhere. In some places it’s actually stronger than others.
Created by Dr James O’Donoghue found via reddit
The animation above does a great job showing both how fast and slow light speed really is. The speed of light is theoretically the fastest speed you can travel in the universe. At 299,792,458 m/s (186,282 miles per second) it is really, really fast. However, given how vast space is, it’s also really, really slow.