Cool maps that will help you understand the world better. (UPDATED - Post #89)

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Areas where Google Street View is now available:








Lightning strikes:



Sort your shit out, America. :-(






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The only 22 countries in the world that Britain has not invaded:








The 7,000 rivers that feed into the Mississippi:





Countries that do not use the metric system:





Most common surname in Europe, by country:




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Map of Pangea with current international borders:









Where 2% of Australia's population lives:


The world divided into seven regions, each with a population of 1 billion.



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I think the best one is the rivers that feed into the Mississippi. Holy shit, did that one blow my mind. :lol:

And the Pangea one is quite interesting too IMO.

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I think the best one is the rivers that feed into the Mississippi. Holy shit, did that one blow my mind. :lol:

And the Pangea one is quite interesting too IMO.

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Its fucking weird, as if the whole country is sloping south. Maybe it is then.
 
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I think the best one is the rivers that feed into the Mississippi. Holy shit, did that one blow my mind. :lol:

And the Pangea one is quite interesting too IMO.

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I know almost all the streams around where I live go into either the conemaugh or stony creek river (really small rivers) those two join and head out to Pittsburgh...with other streams joining...eventually going into the Kiskiminetas River (heading out west) eventually joining the Allegheny River which eventually goes into the Ohio river out at Pittsburgh...which than goes to the Mississippi...

really that map doesn't even have any red where I live (its all mostly small streams and little rivers) but even here central/western pa most all the water gets to the missississpi...you really have to get past the center of the state for it start flowing to the atlantic or delware or Baltimore area.