Skip to comments.40 fascinating maps
Posted on 01/18/2014 5:23:17 AM PST by beebuster2000
40 really fascinating maps.
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If the ice caps melted.
The climate “scientists” like to show maps of all the land underwater but there seems to be reason to debate that. A huge amount of earth’s water is actually in the crust of the planet and dumping more water into the oceans may force more water into the crust and leave coastlines pretty much as they are.
I wonder how they created maps of entire landmasses, back before there were aircraft, satellites ...ect...ect
I bet it took years just to do one country.
The map showing the world with the ice caps melted tells me I would have some very nice beach front property.
We recently returned from 2+ weeks touring India. I especially found interesting the % of toilets per house of India. Tell us about it!!!
Scroll way down to find the map.
Thank you. It must have been an interesting trip.
So Louisiana territory was Spanish until 1808?...News to me.
A man needs a good map
FTA: All Americans learn about the two atomic bombs the U.S. dropped on Japan at the end of the war, and we’re starting to become more aware of the firebombing campaigns that wiped out much of Germany, including civilians. But we are nowhere near confronting the U.S. firebombing of Japan, which killed several times as many people as the atomic bombs and devastated Japan’s wooden-constructed cities.
Liberal claptrap. Everyone knows about what happened in WW2 and we cheered when the enemy was defeated.
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