DEC 19, 2019 4:00 PM PST

The Science Behind Christmas

WRITTEN BY: Liat Ben-Senior

The holiday season is upon us. To wrap up the year and get you into the holiday spirit, we are dedicating the last infographic to a holiday full of magic, Christmas. After all, what’s a better way to celebrate than with a scientific infographic? Let’s examine some of the science behind Christmas. Does Rudolph the reindeer’s nose REALLY glow? How can Santa possibly deliver gifts to all 2 billion children on Earth in just one night? And we will settle once and for all why do Christmas lights ALWAYS get tangled?  Get all the facts in the infographic below.

 

About the Author
  • Content and marketing professional specializing in the biotech and life sciences industry. My scientific background includes immunology and molecular biology research, both in academia as well as in industry. A constant learner, who is fascinated by the forefront of science. Very excited to join Labroots’ team of writers.
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