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gulf of alaska: "glacial rivers pour out into the larger body of water, they’re picked up by ocean currents...and circulate there. this is one of the primary methods that iron - found in the clay and sediment of the glacial runoff - is transported to iron-deprived regions in the middle of the gulf of alaska...shows the plume of water pouring out from one of these sediment-rich rivers and meeting with the general ocean water. it’s also a falsehood that these two types of water don’t mix at all."
Magnificent Maps: Cartography as Power, Propaganda, and Art | Brain Pickings The Americas by Diego Gutiérrez, 1562 This is a powerful celebration of Spain's New World Empire, beginning in the late 15th century. In the upper left-hand corner is the arms of King Philip II (reigned 1554-1598). In the sea, Philip appears on a chariot, riding through a turbulent Atlantic. The map aimed to strengthen Spain's political image in Europe and its claim to the Americas.
And Jesus, walking by the Sea of Galilee, saw two brothers, Simon called Peter, and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the sea; for they were fishermen. Then He said to them, “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.” They immediately left their nets and followed Him. ~ from Matthew 4