Images featuring sports were shown to increase the chance of a like by 75 per cent, which those featuring nights out increased likes by 74 per cent.
And while you might see them as old-fashioned, black and white photos were a huge hit, increasing likes by a huge 106 per cent.
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For those who are still not convinced the data is linearised in fig6a by plotting log(T-Te).
The slope of the multifoil and the newspaper foil are, within experimental error, identical.
Although celebrities take thousands of them every day, selfies actually decrease your chances of getting a like by 40 per cent.
And taking a picture of yourself in a bathroom mirror will reduce your chances of a like by as much as 90 per cent.
Attached are some additional results on the insulation properties of newspaper!
This follows a suggestion by Tony in the green building forum.12 layers of old newspaper were lightly crumpled and sealed together with tape and then used to encase a carton box.
The overall thickness of the combined newspaper layers was between 10mm (base) and 20mm (side). The carton box, and its contents were identical to that described in the previous posting.
The only difference between this and previous experiments was a slightly higher external temperature of 23C. In addition I also repeated the experiment with 2 layers of aluminium foil to provide a reflective barrier either side of the 12 layers of newspapers. The insulation properties of 12 layers of paper are not surprisingly better than the carton box alone, but slightly worse than the multifoil.
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