The Most ‘Brand-Loyal’ Vehicle-Owners In The World

| March 31, 2024

Interesting list! BY TYLER DURDEN SATURDAY, MAR 30, 2024 – 07:45 PM This graphic, via Visual Capitalist’s Marcus Lu, visualizes the best and worst car brands in terms of brand loyalty. This is measured by the % of current owners who would buy from the same brand for their next vehicle. Data comes from Consumer Reports’ owner satisfaction […]

Is An X-Class Solar Flare Responsible For Nationwide Cell Outage?

| February 22, 2024

In theory, a solar flare makes sense.   TYLER DURDEN THURSDAY, FEB 22, 2024 – 10:05 AM   Update (1305ET): AT&T and other major mobile network operators are making progress in restoring service to customers after a nationwide outage began in the early morning hours. “Some of our customers are experiencing wireless service interruptions this […]

Used Tesla Cars – The Kiss of Financial Death

| January 24, 2024

Hmm…. This is the reason Hertz has liquidated all electric cars.  

Which Cars Depreciate The Fastest Over A 5 Year Period?

| December 18, 2023

Generally speaking, luxery cars seem to do the poorest at holding value.  . MONDAY, DEC 18, 2023 – 05:20 PM … It’s a fact of life that vehicles depreciate – some say by almost 50% as soon they’re driven out of the lot. Some depreciate less, but which cars depreciate the fastest? In the graphic below, Visual Capitalist’s […]

US Crude Production Breaks Records As Shale Drives All Growth In Global Oil Supply Over Past Decade

| October 31, 2023

Looks like the oil industry isn’t dead yet.  TYLER DURDEN   . TUESDAY, OCT 31, 2023 – 04:25 PM With core OPEC+ cartel members Russia and Saudi Arabia doing everything in their power to throttle oil output and push the price of oil higher, the US is again emerging as not only a thorn in OPEC’s […]

The Last 79 Colleges Still Mandating COVID Vaccines

| September 28, 2023

Here Are The Last 79 Colleges Still Mandating COVID Vaccines    THURSDAY, SEP 28, 2023 – 03:55 AM No College Mandates, an advocacy group that argues against the Covid-19 vaccine for higher education, counts 79 colleges and universities that require their students to be vaccinated this fall semester. “There are 79 colleges in the US […]

Toyota Factories In Japan Paralyzed Due To ‘Glitch’

| August 29, 2023

BY TYLER DURDEN TUESDAY, AUG 29, 2023 The world’s biggest-selling automaker has frozen output at all factories across Japan “due to a system malfunction,” according to Bloomberg. A Toyota spokesperson said a ‘glitch’ in ordering parts forced the company to shutter operations at all 14 assembly plants. This is a big problem for the company because […]

These Are The World’s Top 40 Largest Military Budgets

| July 14, 2023

Wow…The U S is far and away the largest military budget in the world. We are about 3 times larger then the second place Chinesse, and 10 times larger then Russa.  BY TYLER DURDEN THURSDAY, JUL 13, 2023 – 05:00 PM In the final year of World War II, the U.S. spent about 38% of its […]

Fathers’ Day Versus Mothers’ Day

| June 18, 2023

Father’s Day will be celebrated in the U.S. today, and the National Retail Federation (NRF) estimates spending on dads around the country to hit a new record of $196.23 per person, totaling $22.9 billion. As Statista’s Martin Armstrong reports, the largest share of this money, according to NRF survey data, is expected to go on special outings such as […]

The Countries With The Most Satellites In Space

| May 7, 2023

The United States leads the way … not surprising to us! SATURDAY, MAY 06, 2023 – 08:00 PM The race for space has started anew as a flurry of private and government projects are once again reaching for humanity’s last frontier. In April, Gen. Chance Saltzman of the U.S. Space Force said that the new level […]

Which Countries Were Granted The Most New Patents? Hint…It’s Not USA

| April 24, 2023

The leader of new patents awards goes to China…Hmm BY TYLER DURDEN MONDAY, APR 24, 2023 – 05:00 PM Every year, the UN’s World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) tracks hundreds of thousands of patents across industries. These patents grant their inventors exclusive intellectual property rights over their creations. They encourage new ideas, spur scientific development, and […]

EARTHQUAKES – Earths Moving Plates

| February 13, 2023

Interesting update concerning the worlds earthquake risks. Earth’s Moving Plates by Katharina Buchholz, Feb 9, 2023 On February 6 and 7, the Southeast of Turkey and the Northwest of Syria have been hit by devastating earthquakes. In addition to the main tremor that reached a magnitude of 7.8 on the Richter scale, more than 20 […]

Breakthrough In Blood Revitalization Could ‘Delay Aging’ According To Columbia University Researchers

| February 10, 2023

By blocking the deterioration of blood stem cells within bone marrow with an anti-inflammatory drug, researchers “remarkably returned the blood stem cells to a younger, healthier state” in experimental mice, according to a press release. BY TYLER DURDEN THURSDAY, FEB 09, 2023 – 11:45 PM Researchers at Columbia University’s Irving Medical Center revealed a potentially game-changing finding when it […]

These Are The Most Valuable NFL Football Teams

| December 22, 2022

No comments needed! BY TYLER DURDEN WEDNESDAY, DEC 21, 2022 – 08:20 PM The world’s most valuable sports teams include internationally beloved soccer clubs, massive NBA franchises, and renowned MLB teams. But, it’s the National Football League (NFL) that arguably tops them all. In June 2022, the Denver Broncos sold for $4.65 billion, a record for the most […]

Lithium Prices Hit New Record As EV Affordability Concerns Rocket Higher

| September 16, 2022

Buyers beware…The expectation that EVs would become affordable for the masses is a distant pipedream because of the high costs associated with battery production.  At least half of an EV battery includes lithium, nickel, manganese, and cobalt, four metals that have surged this past year. Also, let’s not forget China controls the world’s rare earth […]

Americans Love The NFL, But …

| September 11, 2022

Nothing lasts forever, not even Football! While Baseball is often referred to as “America’s favorite pastime”, the NFL has long surpassed the MLB as the nation’s favorite professional sports league. As Statista’s Felix Richter notes, for several reasons, including first and foremost its better suitability for television, football flew by baseball as Americans’ favorite sport to watch in […]

Queen Elizabeth II Dead At 96

| September 8, 2022

The Royal Family issued a statement that Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-serving monarch, died at 96.  “The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow,” The Royal Family said.  Numerous heads of state have sent condolences, praising Her Majesty’s “steadfastness”, proclaiming her a ‘stateswoman […]

New Survey From Pew Research

| July 18, 2022

Among journalists who say their outlet’s audience leans left, just 30% embrace a steady devotion to equal coverage — compared to 57% of those whose audiences lean to the right.  Pew Research A majority of U.S. journalists say every side doesn’t always deserve equal coverage in news reporting, according to a new survey from Pew Research. That […]

“Record Flooding” Forces Closure Of Yellowstone National Park

| June 14, 2022

Unbelievable events are shaking areas we never thought possible. TUESDAY, JUN 14, 2022 – 09:24 AM Yellowstone National Park closed all entrances to visitors due to widespread dangerous flooding, forcing park evacuations, and has left some trapped inside as roads and bridges were swept away. “Due to record flooding events in the park and more precipitation in […]

America’s Electric Grid Has A $2 Trillion Problem

| May 17, 2022

Electric grid upgrades dead on arrival, and will never on its best day meet objectives of a carbon free grid by 2035, “We really don’t have anyone in charge,” Rob Gramlich, president of Washington D.C.-based energy consulting firm, Grid Strategies LLC, told Reuters for a special report on the hurdles the U.S. grid faces. The regulatory ‘nightmare’ makes […]

Pentagon Report Claims UFOs Left “Radiation Burns” & “Unaccounted-For Pregnancies” After Encounters

| April 8, 2022

Very interesting stuff here! Authored by Elijah Cohen via, According to a huge database of U.S. government records recently made public as a result of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, encounters with UFOs have allegedly left Americans suffering from radiation burns, brain and nervous system damage, and even “unaccounted for pregnancy.” There are […]

VPN Use Surges In Ukraine And Russia

| March 12, 2022

Virtual private networks – or VPNs – enable web users to disguise their location and thereby circumvent the blocking of web services by location. Restrictions to internet access in the aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have seen demand for VPNs surge in both countries, highlighting, as Statista’s Katharina Buchholz details below, a war fought not only on […]

Americans Love The NFL, But Change Is Looming

| February 13, 2022

According to recent findings from Statista’s Global Consumer Survey, the NFL remains the number 1 among major professional sports leagues in the U.S., at least for now. You will find more infographics at Statista While 52 percent of self-declared sports fans follow the National Football League, compared to 42 percent for the NBA and 31 percent who follow […]

A New Gene Discovered In Georgia Sewer System Is Resistant To The World’s Most Important Antibiotics

| January 15, 2022

This is scary stuff… “MCR can be spread through global travel and the import of foods from other countries. Results of the CFS study prove that the U.S. is no less susceptible to the threat than other nations around the world,” the researchers said. “If we don’t tackle it right now, we are jeopardizing human […]

Have The “Pandemics Of 2022” Already Started?

| December 30, 2021

It sounds like we will have to learn to live with pandemics going forward! The real question is are these man made pandemics, or caused by nature. I think we all know the answer to that. Michael Snyder via The End of The American Dream blog Wouldn’t it be great if we could have a […]

The Blockchain Ecosystem

| November 21, 2021

In this day and age of digital technology, it behoves everyone to better understand how blockchain works. BY TYLER DURDEN SUNDAY, NOV 21, 2021 – 07:35 AM Many technologies are coined as “disruptive”, but only a select few can be considered transformational. One such technology is blockchain, because it has the potential to permanently change […]

The World Behind Bars

| August 30, 2021

The big question is how do you fix this? The US leads the world when it comes to prison population per 100,000 residents as Statista’s Florian Zandt shows in the chart below. You will find more infographics at Statista An approximate ratio of 639 of 100,000 US residents are currently spending time behind bars according to data provided by Institute […]

Updated Census Data Shows Areas of Fastest Growth, 3 States Stand Out

| July 17, 2021

The U.S, fastest growing states are Idaho, Nevada an Arizona. The worst 5 states are include New York, which shouldn’t be a surprise to anybody. Idaho is America’s fastest-growing state, according to data released by the U.S. Census Bureau. Its population increased by 2.1 percent to almost 1.8 million from July 2018 to June 2019. Nevada is the […]

There are 33 Millennial Billionaires in the United States, and a Total of 100 Millennial Billionaires Globally

| June 2, 2021

A lot of money equates to a lot of power. These 33 millennial billionaires will likely represent the future of the United States. We wouldn’t be surprised if they at some point even splinter off into a new political party. Why not? Wake up Democrats and Republicans. Let’s call them the Millennial party, or the Green party, […]

Looking Back in History

| May 16, 2021

The world as we remember it… Using insights from our Generational Power Index 2021 report, along with survey data from Pew Research in 2016, Visual Capitalist’s Iman Ghosh identified some key milestones for each cohort, to understand how these events helped shape each generation’s unique perspectives. Download the Generational Power Report (.pdf)

A Polarized United States

| April 19, 2021

This type of thing will happen more and more as a politically polarized country.   Submitted by Sovereign Man Blueprint Idaho legislature considers absorbing part of Oregon What happened: A group of Oregon residents want their rural counties to be absorbed by Idaho, to throw off the control Portland exerts on a very different area of […]

Where COVID Cases Are Growing The Fastest in the World

| April 19, 2021

It looks like successful vaccination campaigns don’t stop the spread of COVID-19. Although these vaccine programs do help, we all need to be on guard for what is still lurking out there!   BY TYLER DURDEN COVID-19 cases are growing in many countries around the world, but, as Statista’s Katharina Buchholz details below, some are hit harder than […]

Who Are They Kidding?

| February 25, 2021

Congressional approval hits 35% and everyone celebrates. They got to be kidding!  

How A US Nuclear Strike Would Work

| January 16, 2021

This infographic, via Statista’s Niall McCarthy, provides an overview of the steps necessary to make a nuclear strike happen.   Niall McCarthy, Jan 13, 2021 In the wake of last week’s shocking events in Washington, observers have voiced their concerns about President Trump launching some kind of attack on a foreign adversary using nuclear weapons in order to create […]

Strongest Sunspot Cycle On Record Could be Imminent

| December 9, 2020

Pay attention class, this may be of critical importance! . Digital Economy Disruption Possible As “Terminator Event” Suggests Strongest Sunspot Cycle On Record Imminent Researchers at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) are forecasting the Sun is about to wake up, expected to hurl pulses of energy into space. Earth’s implications could be dire as […]

Artificial Intelligence Just Solved A 50-Year-Old Mystery That Could “Dramatically” Change How We Fight Cancer

| December 2, 2020

The problem of “mapping the three-dimensional shapes of the proteins that are responsible for diseases from cancer to Covid-19” appears to now have a solution – thanks to AI   Wed, 12/02/2020 – 18:40 On the day our technological AI overlords decide to finally end the human race, we will be able to tout the […]

“Skyscraper Of The Year”

| November 14, 2020

“Skyscraper Of The Year” – Russia’s Lakhta Center Wins Prestigious Award by Tyler Durden Sat, 11/14/2020 – 07:35 For the first time in its two-decade history, the annual Emporis Skyscraper Awards, the world’s most distinguished prizes for high-rise architecture, awarded a Russian project. The Lakhta Center skyscraper in St. Petersburg received the “skyscraper of the year” award on Nov. […]

Election Timeline

| November 1, 2020

Here is the Election timeline.

Free Speech Crisis On Campus: 60% Of Students Keep Quiet Due To Fear How Others Would Respond

| October 3, 2020

 Colleges have become perilous places to express unpopular ideas.    By Nathan Harden of RealClearEducation A university should be a place where students can be exposed to new ideas, where they can engage freely in debate and discussion. But do college students really feel free to speak their minds on campus? Newly released College Free Speech Rankings show […]

The World’s Richest Families

| September 10, 2020

The top 2 are from the United States. This graphic, using data from Bloomberg, ranks the 25 most wealthy families in the world. The data excludes first-generation wealth and wealth controlled by a single heir, which is why you don’t see Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates on the list. Families whose source of wealth is too diffused […]

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