Chaque vol d'avion dans le monde plus d'un an [Carte animée] - Métrocosme One Year of Global Air Traffic (Full Screen Version) Select a country to view only that country’s incoming and outgoing air traffic. Built with Blueshift / data from World PopEmbed this on map on your website This globe displays one year of global air passenger traffic. The data comes from modeled estimates compiled for the Vector-borne Disease Airport Importation Risk project (available for download at WorldPop). In 2010, the year for which the data was modeled, there were roughly 30 million commercial flights around the world carrying about 2.8 billion passengers.
U.S: Geography, states, landmarks, maps, cities, population, laws, speeches U.S. States, Cities, History, Maps Year by Year: 1900–2015 cameos FAQ A Hitchcock guide to the novice, and a follow-up to your emails. - - - - - - - - - - - - Biography A small summary of his life work, and personal milestones. Filmography In-depth information on all his feature films. Every line becomes a circle line: a new way to see the tube map There have been quite a few variations of the iconic London Underground map in the past but Dr Max Roberts has now created a design based on concentric circles. In his guest blog on the Going Underground blog, Dr Roberts writes: ""With the new orbital loop surrounding Central London, some people are suggesting a mapping approach based on circles to emphasise this feature. There is nothing new here, and Berlin, Paris, Moscow and Madrid have all received this treatment in the past. Grounding a map in familiar shapes such as circles can make it easy to comprehend." However he does also state that it is possible to "push a design priority too far".
40 more maps that explain the world Maps seemed to be everywhere in 2013, a trend I like to think we encouraged along with August's 40 maps that explain the world. Maps can be a remarkably powerful tool for understanding the world and how it works, but they show only what you ask them to. You might consider this, then, a collection of maps meant to inspire your inner map nerd. I've searched far and wide for maps that can reveal and surprise and inform in ways that the daily headlines might not, with a careful eye for sourcing and detail. I've included a link for more information on just about every one.
Compteur de médias sociaux Facebook 6 New users Share 2 New mobile users Share 2,500 Messages Share 4,883 Status updates Share 833 Shared links Share 1,667 Friends requests Share 2,267 Uploaded photos Share Twitter Netflix Secret Codes Search One of the biggest Netflix complaints is that you spend more time browsing than you do watching. Netflix curates its homepage based on your preference but sometimes you just want to dive into a movie genre of your own accord. Below, we’ve got the Netflix ID Bible where we list all of the Netflix category codes or as they’re sometimes referred to, the Netflix secret codes! How this works is you grab the URL from the Netflix search page: The new URL for Netflix Genres is Simply insert the number of the specific category you want to view.
FlyeBaby Hammock Finds A New Way To Fly With Baby By David Ponce As Andrew points out in his article, overhead compartments are not acceptable places in which to put a baby during flight. Nor is the cargo hold, surprisingly. Which means you’re left with the task of caring for this little human for what could be a long arduous flight. I.A. images Like many kids, Antonio Torralba began playing around with computers when he was 13 years old. Unlike many of his friends, though, he was not playing video games, but writing his own artificial intelligence (AI) programs. Growing up on the island of Majorca, off the coast of Spain, Torralba spent his teenage years designing simple algorithms to recognize handwritten numbers, or to spot the verb and noun in a sentence. But he was perhaps most proud of a program that could show people how the night sky would look from a particular direction.
The Ocean Cleanup Plastics in the marine environment have become a major concern because of their persistence at sea, and adverse consequences to marine life and potentially human health. Implementing mitigation strategies requires an understanding and quantification of marine plastic sources, taking spatial and temporal variability into account. Here we present a global model of plastic inputs from rivers into oceans based on waste management, population density and hydrological information. Our model is calibrated against measurements available in the literature. We estimate that between 1.15 and 2.41 million tonnes of plastic waste currently enters the ocean every year from rivers, with over 74% of emissions occurring between May and October. The top 20 polluting rivers, mostly located in Asia, account for 67% of the global total.
Coronavirus COVID-19 (2019-nCoV) Lancet Inf Dis Article: Here. Mobile Version: Here. Data sources: Full list. Downloadable database: GitHub, Feature Layer. Lead by JHU CSSE. Technical Support: Esri Living Atlas team and JHU APL. Get Your Grok On A tool-strand post in an ongoing 2-strand series about Information Literacy How can we foster a “slow search” approach that maximizes what we don’t know through discovery? How can we take advantage of what we don’t know and use it more effectively in developing a search strategy? How can the quest for quality also be built into the quest for information? Fact or Fiction? Kids like to search Google—and they think they are pretty good at it.Kids like to search Google using questions instead of keywords, terms or concepts.Kids expect to get acceptable answers to their questions—and tend to accept what they get.
The Chaos Within Sudoku : Scientific Reports Sudoku as k-SAT Because our continuous-time dynamical system15 was designed to solve k-SAT formulae in conjunctive normal form (CNF), we first briefly describe how Sudoku can be interpreted as a +1-in-9-SAT formula, and then how it is transformed into the standard CNF form. Further details are shown in the Methods section. The Brain—Information about the Brain 1 Introduction “I think, therefore I am.” —René Descartes, 17th-century philosopher Few of us question the crucial importance of the brain.