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18 Trillion Degrees of Influence.

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Are you familiar with the six degrees of separation? Well, imagine if that theory stayed up all weekend doing copious amounts of cocaine. In the series of dots and lines below, Brendan Griffen attempts to map the relationships of influence between all of history’s big thinkers; an attempt likely inspired by Circles of Influence.

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Courtesy of Flowing Data.

Courtesy of Flowing Data.

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  • shane shearer July 17, 2012 - 9:45 am Reply

    It would be nice if I could actually zoom and at look at the thing.

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