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October 12th, 2004

6932 - 2s-dee

Nice out, so I'm considering early-morning walkies before work.

Knowing how much I enjoy morning sleep, I suspect that my walks will end up in the evening.

Talked to Danny last night about unexplored areas of land on Earth. He thinks that pretty much every square mile of land has been physically touched by humans in some way or another, but I disagree.

I want to find a map or something of areas never touched.. Areas in Alaska, Africa, etc. Just to get an idea of what's small pieces are left for explorers to uncover. I wonder.. there are some theories that say that 2-3 thousand years ago that the Congo was mostly grasslands.

Speaking of which - WASHINGTON (AP) -- From lines scratched in ancient dirt to Medieval charts with drawings of monsters in unknown parts of the ocean to modern computer printouts, maps have served a vital role throughout human history.

Now, one of the nation's most venerable mapmakers, the National Geographic Society, is updating its massive Atlas of the World. Read more...Collapse )Site Meter



I forgot Canadian Thanksgiving and Columbus Day yesterday. Where was my brain?

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