When I’m feeling confused about what’s going on around me, I gravitate towards making charts, so Michelle Rial’s book of charts, Maybe This Will Help: How to Feel Better When Things Stay the Same, resonates. It’s available for pre-order.
Tags: book, humor, Michelle Rial
xkcd points out the importance of considering the baseline when making comparisons:
Tags: baseline, humor, xkcd
yeti dynamics imagined if a giant banana were orbiting Earth from the same distance as the International Space Station:
It’s so dumb, which is why it’s so good. And you’re in luck, because this video is from a few years ago, and yeti dynamics has many variants, such as: if the moon were replaced by planets and if all the planets were in between Earth and the moon. [via kottke]
Tags: banana, humor, scale, space
From Kaz Miyamol, these Venn diagrams present very important information about Halloween.
Tags: Halloween, humor, logic
From Reddit user wequiock_falls, “What I’m about to learn about after my kid says, ‘Wanna know somefing?’ Data collected over the course of 7 days.”
Sounds about right.
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Seems about right. (Who made it?)
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Liana Finck for Man Repeller draws out the new timeline. I’m a couple of decades removed from this timeline, but it doesn’t look very fun. I’m always down to plant some scallions though. [via swissmiss]
Tags: coronavirus, dating, humor
I’m just gonna put this right here, from @_daviant: “Another day another stupid Excel chart”.
Tags: Excel, humor