John M Jennings
These IFODs got very few clicks. They are not popular at all. To put it in perspective, the most popular IFOD, Turning 16: What Can 16-Year-Olds Legally Do? has over 10,000 clicks and the least popular one has a mere 155 clicks.
YET – I think these un-clicked IFODS are some of the most interesting of all the IFODs in terms of how the world works. Here they are, with the least popular first:
- Similar But Different
- Venus is a Very Interesting (and scary) Planet
- Daylight Savings Time Can Be Dangerous
- Is it More Fun When Time Flies?
- Blondes Have More Fun, Readheads Have More . . . Pain?
- What are the Seven Wonders of the World?
- Fairness and the Ultimatum Game
- The Three Body Problem
- Happiness is a Warm Dog
- Ten Years Ago Yesterday
- Magnetism and the Curie Point
- It’s college time!
- The Largely Unknown Contribution of Blimps in WWII
- Gravitational Waves, LIGO and the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics
- The Fuzzy Existence of Electrons
- We (and everything else) are Mostly Empty Space
- Cosmic Acceleration and Dark Energy
- Florence 3122
- A Star is Born
- Matter and Antimatter Asymmetry
- Help! I can’t stop watching cat videos
- Earth’s 405,000 Year Orbit Cycle
- How Did the Moon Form
- We are All Stardust
- Easy A – The Rise of Grade Inflation
- Are Genetics Your Destiny?
- The Human Brain is Amazing!!!
- Good News for People who Love Bad News*
- We’re Getting Smarter
- How Many Cells Do We Have
- Weight and Fuel
- Altruism and Peacocks
- What is Dark Matter?
- GPS – It’s About Time
- Waves, Currents and Tides
- A Few Tidbits About Supermassive Black Holes
- A Few Surprising Facts About Dog Food
- Days are Getting Longer
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