blanchae writes: "BMW's TED (Technology Entertainment Design) center has a MUST VIEW feature video by Hans Rosling on the United Nation's wealth of data that has been collected since 1960. He shows how the new innovative software called GapMinder can utilize the data and create visual images that explain statistical data in ways not seen before. His example of the narrowing gap between the perceived poor 3rd world countries of the 60s and how far they've come is amazing. Google has a beta version of the GapMinder program that you can play with. I've proved that countries with more pollution have a lower infant mortality rate..."