My visual representation of global births

I’ve just created a conveyor belt which shows the rate at which babies are being born around the world – more than four each second. It’s amazing to contemplate. You can also enable an option to display the continent on which they were born and watch Asia grow. It uses data provided by the United Nations.

I’ve always wanted to write code with the function MakeBaby().

Update:
this may also be of interest.

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  1. Are you honestly stpiud enough to believe the PO when they told you this story? A slit in it? Loosely closed packagin? Are you seriously this blind? Your car was spent, do you know what that means? Somebody opened it and took it! This happened to me this year. We purposely wrapped a cardboard Priority Mail (don’t let those two words fool you) envelope, in packing tape to prevent the accidental popping open from loose fastening. There was absolutely no way this thing could have opened on it’s own. The tape was cut and then the end was crumpled and our family picture we sent was cramped back into the envelope and one of the I’m Sorry stickers slapped on the outside. My brother got only the picture, no gift cards. These were spent the day after Christmas. My mom just got her package from my sister, with the Christmas letter in it and no gift card. Now, remind me how stpiud you are for actually thinking these things just fall out everywhere on the floor! if this were the case then it would happen with all typed of mail, not just mail that has gift cards, and it wouldn’t happened increasingly during the holidays! It’s obvious these low-life 5th ward residents hired by the postal service are the culprits and we should put these people back on the streets until they can get an education enough to get real jobs and learn how to pay for their own things.

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