Tag Archives: Animation

How Psychology Can Explain the Deadly Medieval Dancing Plagues

♪♪♪ In the year 1518, the city of Strasbourg was struck by a dancing plague. Yes, a dancing plague. And it was deadly. It started with a single woman, but within a month, there were over 400 people dancing in the streets—wildly, uncontrollably, and often to their deaths. Some sources claim that, for at least… Read More »

Who Will Be The Next Superpower Nation?

Throughout history, superpowers have risen and fallen. The Roman Empire – the most dominant power in the ancient world, tore across Europe and the Middle East in the 2nd century before eventually losing grip on its territories. Likewise The Mongol Empire led by Genghis Khan was the world’s largest land empire, yet after divisions separated… Read More »

The Ecological Footprint Explained

Our human activities consume resources and produce waste And nature needs to have the capacity to meet these demands The ecological footprint is a way to measure our human demand on nature Every one of us has an ecological footprint. The footprint represents the impact of a person a household, a city, a business or… Read More »

The Real Reason Why Stan’s Family Loves Church – South Park

Come on, guys. We don’t wanna be late. Do I have to go? It’s the only day I get to play games. We’re all going. Come on. I don’t understand why we have to go to church every Sunday. Church is important, Stan. Way more important than video games and TV. Church is about community… Read More »

Are the illuminati real? – Chip Berlet

The year was 1776. In Bavaria, new ideals of rationalism, religious freedom, and universal human rights competed with the Catholic church’s heavy influence over public affairs. Across the Atlantic, a new nation staked its claim for independence on the basis of these ideas. But back in Bavaria, law professor Adam Weishaupt’s attempts to teach secular… Read More »

What is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)?

Mass layoffs and record profits at the same time, manager salaries, scarcity of natural resources and imminent climate catastrophe, morally questionable advertising, child labor, corporate fraud, financial crisis and the “Occupy Wall Street” movement … These are just a few examples you may have heard about under the topics of sustainability business ethics or corporate… Read More »

How Does House Arrest ACTUALLY Work?

We here at The Infographics Show pride ourselves on educating you every day on everything from science and technology to foreign affairs, and even just everyday things that you’re probably wondering about but never thought to ask. Today we’re going to be tackling another viewer question, Infographics fan Courtney asked us, how does house arrest… Read More »

The Wilderness Tabernacle, Herodian Temple and the Roman Catholic Mass

After fleeing Egypt, the Hebrew people spent 40 years in the desert under the leadership of Moses. During this time, a portable sanctuary was fashioned that served as a sacred place where sacrifices were offered, and where God would meet with the Israelites. Moses was given divine instruction on how this Wilderness Tabernacle was to… Read More »