Monday, April 30, 2012

I saw this on my blog friend, Mari's blog, Mari's Little Corner, and had to copy it here on Penless Writer.


Named one of the best science images by the National Geographic News, Visualizing the Bible "... brings to light the interconnected nature of one of the world's most familiar books." The bar graph that runs along the bottom represents all of the chapters in the Bible. Books alternate in color between white and light gray. The length of each bar denotes the number of verses in the chapter. Each of the 63,779 cross references found in the Bible is depicted by a single arc - the color corresponds to the distance between the two chapters, creating a rainbow-like effect.
This print is a fine art giclee. It is printed on high-quality, premium lustre photo paper.

This chart was created by Chris Harrison, a Ph.D. student in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, in collaboration with Christoph Römhild, a Lutheran Pastor. Chris won the Honorable Mention in the NSF's Science & Engineering 2008 Visualization Challenge.  

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Mari said...

I thought this was so amazing! Seeing all the connections in front of you is awe inspiring. I also thought it shows what an orderly God we serve!

retha said...

Looks lovely.
We have just been watching the Indescribable DVD's - Hubble photo's-again.

TIL HE COMES said...

How beautiful and touching really, Thank you so much for sharing it. Susan, thank you so much for your comments from time to time on my blog. They are always a blessing. love you, connie

Nezzy (Cow Patty Surprise) said...

Yep, this is absolutely amazin', upliftin' and fun too!!!

God bless ya and have a fantastic weekend sweetie!!! :o)