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200 Years In 4 Minutes

Hans Rosling takes a massive amount of data on the correlation between income and lifespan over 200 years and manages to make it come to life in a way that is way more interesting than that description sounds. (Via, weirdly, my parents. So, take that, Geoffrey “This is too highbrow for BuzzFeed” Shepherd.)

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