Interactive maps of the world.
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This biggest baddest bucket list is amazing! Ready to check a few more items off with @My Destination #MyBBB. Video entry in the works :)
http://tiles.mapbox.com/mapbox/map/geography-class Very Cool world map and interactive flags.
#World #Map - showing all the Countries of the World with political boundaries.
http://tiles.mapbox.com/... Very Cool world map and interactive flags.
This World is my favorite place.. :) Whats about you..?? #World #Map
World Map http://www.mapsofworld.com/#
So many places to travel
I'm a Dymaxion guy myself ... time to order that Segwey?
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What your favorite map projection says about you. This made me laugh out loud. I hate the Peters Projection. Yes, I am that much of a map nerd.
What your favorite map projection says about you [650x1990]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!thelandofmaps.tumblr.com
What your favorite map projection says about you. A Map Projections comic for Social Studies nerds.
What your favorite map projection says about you. - Mine is the Robinson. Map nerds unite!
These are really helpful for learning map projections
Geeky geography humor.
Maps, maps, maps.
Morocco could have had borders with Canada and USA LOL: Pangaea was a supercontinent that existed for about 100 million years before fracturing apart 200 million years ago and moving slowly into the current continental configuration. This is what the world would look like had that land mass stayed intact.
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Map of ‘Pangea’ with Current International Borders | Map by eatrio.net via Reddit | Pangea was a supercontinent that existed during the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic eras, forming about 300 million years ago. It began to break apart around 200 million years ago. The single global ocean which surrounded Pangaea is accordingly named Panthalassa.
Pangea broke up about 200 million years ago. This Is What Supercontinent Pangea Looks Like Mapped With Modern Borders | IFLScience
Pangea (a supercontinent that formed roughly 300 million years ago) mapped with contemporary geopolitical borders. Map by Massimo Pietrobon.
If you think locating political boundaries on a map today is hard, imagine trying to do it 300 million years ago on ancient Pangea, where America is next to Morocco and Algeria and Antarctica is just a hop, skip and a jump away from South Africa and Chile.
Political World Map of Pangea. If todays nations had existed 200 - 300 million years ago, here’s how it would have looked
Pangea Redrawn With Today’s Political Boundaries -- Guys, I'm so close to Europe... So close... I can almost smell it.
The supercontinent of Pangea formed some 270 million years ago, during the Early Permian Period, and then began to break up 70 million years later, eventually yielding the continents we inhabit today. Pangea was, of course, a peopleless place.
Pangea supercontinent with modern country borders.
Map of Pangea with modern political boundaries
What You Get When 30 People Draw a World Map From Memory
A map based on the sketches of 30 different people (Zak Ziebell).
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The Ziebell projection of the world: 30 students' sketches combined to produce an averaged map of recollections of the world.
I had 30 people draw a map of the world from memory and digitally merged the results. [1102 x 1223]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!thelandofmaps.tu...
I had 30 people draw a map of the world from memory and digitally merged the results. - http://limk.com/news/i-had-30-people-draw-a-map-of-the-world-from-memory-and-digitally-merged-the-results-071377000/
I had 30 people draw a map of the world from memory and digitally merged the results. [1102 x 1223] Click for more Funny Pictures --> http://www.funnypicshub.com
Cool I had 30 people draw a map of the world from memory and digitally merged the results. [1102 x 1223]
That was the starting point for #Reddit user #zaaakk, who got 30 people to draw a #map of the# world based only on #memory. He then digitally merged them into one map, which you can see here.
33 maps that will show you the world in new ways
Drawn worldmap from 1100 people's memory.
World Maps Drawn Completely from Memory
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20 Ways to slice Europe, from Atlas of Prejudice by Yank Tsvetkov #map #europe
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FUNNY w/ a hint of reality ... "Tearing Europe Apart" - 20 ways to slice the European continent, by Yanko Tsvetkov, from his book: "Atlas of Prejudice" | 2014 March 28 | official webpage / full archive: http://atlasofprejudice.tumblr.com/archive
20 ways to slice Europe according to prejudice, by Bulgarian designer Yanko Tsvetkov. www.atlasofprejudice.com
Atlas de los prejuicios, 20 ways to slice the European continent from Atlas of Prejudice 2 by Yanko Tsvetkov. #infografia
atlasofprejudice: “ 20 façons de briser l'Europe de l'Atlas des préjugés 2 par Yanko Tsvetkov ” French version of Tearing Europe Apart map appeared in the Atlas of Prejudice.
... tearing Europe apart. 20 ways to slice the European continent from Atlas of Prejudice 2 by Yanko Tsvetkov.
Amazing! And come on! When has Europe not been a pretty divided place? Seriously now. Over the years, many media headlines have warned of how this, that and the other is likely to 'tear #Europe apart'. In this tongue-in-cheek and 'funny because it is (sort of) true infographic, illustrator Yanko Tsvetkov gives twenty examples of just what tears Europe apart, including horrors such as weather, beverages and food.
Tearing Europe Apart | 20 Ways to Slice a Continent from Yanko Tsvetkov's Atlas of Prejudice 2
Atlas of Prejudice. Tearing Europe apart: 20 ways to slice a contintent
Atlas of Prejudice — Europe (> Antonia de Oñate)
Electorally reformed US map with 50 states of equal population. Not sure about some of these but still fun.
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See the art project by Neil Freeman, in which he redistributes the United States in response to recent criticism of the electoral college system so that there are 50 states with equal populations.
I can't even wrap my head around this. I'm going to need to read up on this another time. The United States redrawn as Fifty States with Equal Population
New United States Map, Redrawn With 50 States Equal In Population, Where Will You Be Living? See the art project by Neil Freeman, in which he redistributes the United States in response to recent criticism of the electoral college system so that there are 50 states with equal populations.
The United States redrawn as Fifty States with Equal Population by Neil Freeman #Map #United_States #Visualization
The United States redrawn as Fifty States with Equal Population (+discussion of electoral college reform)
What the US map would look like if each state had the same population (Neil Freeman's "United States redrawn as Fifty States with Equal Population")
Electoral college reform (fifty states with equal population) Neil Freeman, 2012: The electoral college is a time-honored, logical system for picking the chief executive of the United States. However, the American body politic has also grown accustomed to paying close attention to the popular vote. This is only rarely a problem, since the electoral college and the popular vote have only disagreed three times in 200 years. However, it's obvious that reforms are needed.
'The United States Redrawn as Fifty States with Equal Population' by Neil Freeman
A Crazy But Rational Solution To Our Electoral College Problem
1911 South Norway Antique Map 115 Years Old Original Map
1898 South Norway Antique Map 115 Years Old by CarambasVintage