Here is the longest straight line in an ocean that you can travel without touching the land. It is nearly 22,229 miles long.
Here are this week’s interesting maps.
Here are this week’s Interesting Maps.
Last week’s response to this section was a little better than the first week, so here is part 3 of the series.
So we had a lukewarm response to interesting maps segment last week. Let’s see how it does today.
We have decided to start a new segment called Maps of the week. Please comment below on how you like this segment and if you would like more such maps in the future. So here goes the part 1 of…
Do you ever look at a map and think, sh*t dude, I wonder what time frame the geopolitical status of this map represents? Probably not, but because of the lengthy amount of time on my hands I’ve discovered a surefire…
This is Point Nemo. The point in the ocean farthest from land. Here you are surrounded by nearly 9 million square miles of water.