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Simon Kuestenmacher
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Simon Kuestenmacher 2h
The 12 most common types of household mold. Sadly not accompanied by a handy “which type of household mold are you?” quiz...
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Simon Kuestenmacher 3h
Exaggerated Relief Map of Scandanavia and the Baltics. Source:
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Simon Kuestenmacher Jan 21
Chart shows who receives US foreign aid dollars. Israel is the only high income country that receives a ton of money. How much money flows into your country from the US? Source:
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Simon Kuestenmacher Apr 20
Map shows where migrants living in the US send money to. Such payments are called remittances. Source:
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Simon Kuestenmacher 19 Jun 18
of . The continent is greener than you might think. Conservation and forest management work and are money well spent! Source:
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Simon Kuestenmacher 7h
Replying to @SorinBela
I do in fact chart with journalists about once a week 🤣
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The Spectator Index 11h
Cars per 1,000 people. US: 837 Australia: 747 Italy: 695 Canada: 670 Japan: 591 Germany: 589 UK: 579 France: 569 Malaysia: 433 Russia: 373 Brazil: 350 Mexico: 297 Saudi: 209 Turkey: 199 Iran: 178 South Africa: 174 China: 173 Indonesia: 87 Nigeria: 64 India: 22 (World Bank)
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Simon Kuestenmacher 3 Oct 17
Nice interactive allows you to explore the World Happiness Index. Spoiler alert: money does make you happy...
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Simon Kuestenmacher Mar 7
The Hippie Trail was a popular transcontinental road trip in the 1970s. Start your trip in a reliable VW Kombi in Germany and ditch it whenever you run out of money. Source:
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Simon Kuestenmacher 15 Apr 18
Our latest research shows which jobs in make the most money for the least amount of hours worked (ICT managers) and who makes the least amount of money for the most hours worked (Livestock Farmers). Source:
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Simon Kuestenmacher 4 Jun 18
shows the take home pay of workers in countries. The chart shows that workers in earn a lot of money and only have to pay very little tax. That said my Swiss friends complain about super expensive childcare for example. Source:
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Simon Kuestenmacher 19h
Yet another map exploring the “Cultural Regions” of the United States. I love these maps and the discussions around them. Shows how blurry cultural boundaries really are. Source:
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Simon Kuestenmacher 20h
Squirrel Map. Scanned from "The Book of Indian Animals" by S.H. Prater from 1965. Thanks for pointing me towards this gem of a map !
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Simon Kuestenmacher 21h
How many Texases fit into each Australian State or Territory? Source:
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Simon Kuestenmacher 22h
How to test the components of your soil. This looks like a fun little science experiment to conduct in your own backyard! Source:
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Paul Player Jun 18
The Fuller Projection, the most elegant of them all, by Bucky [ ]
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Simon Kuestenmacher 23h
Replying to @PaulaGlot
It’s Australian data :)
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Simon Kuestenmacher 23h
Replying to @EsmePendergast
We know how difficult it is for people whose parents didn’t go to university to pursue academic degrees. Plenty of research about that. But we also know how important it is to make access to education easier for everyone! It’s an uphill battle but a worthwhile one!
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Simon Kuestenmacher Jun 23
Replying to @GerhardSaric
You’d enjoy my talks and columns. Exactly along these lines 😜
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Simon Kuestenmacher Jun 23
Map of Viking Raids in Europe from 700 to 1000. Source:
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