Graph-a-Day til Christmas Part 2

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Today’s graph looks at a staple of the Christmas season. That, of course, is the humble thousand-year old tradition of hanging electric Christmas lights.

Venice, 1431

Venice, 1431

 

One might wonder how lights spread their Christmas cheer. Well the answer to that is grounded in simple science. See, the more lights there are hanging from your house, the more magic you fill the air with. See? Science.

 

Now some of you may be saying that magic is somehow intrinsically diametrically opposed to science on a very basic level. To you, I invite you to discuss these issues with my Deputy of Christmas Graphdom.

 

"Magic is not re-arrghhh blahhhgggg gurgle..." --You, Mr. Doubter

“Magic is not re-arrghhh blahhhgggg gurgle…” –You, Mr. Doubter

 

So it stands to reason that anyone interested in spreading Christmas cheer, and let’s be honest, who would not be interested in something that awesome, go out and hang lights! Here are a few suggestions for clever places to hang your lights.

 

Your House

Your House

Your Trees

Your Trees

Your Reindeer

Your Reindeer

Your Big Rig

Your Big Rig

Your Elephant

Your Elephant

Your Tyrannosaurus

Your Tyrannosaurus

Your Italian Cruise Ship

Your Italian Cruise Ship

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