Cartographic Anomalies: How Map Projections Have Shaped Our Perceptions of the World

Cartographic Anomalies: How Map Projections Have Shaped Our Perceptions of the World

Estamos acostumbrados a ver mapas a nuestro alrededor sin casi cuestionarnos qué tan precisa es su representación de la realidad geográfica y cartográfica del mundo. ¿De verdad los mapas que vemos …

We have fun reviewing the world explorers by playing a game....much like "Guess Who?" by Hasbro.  Explorer Game for Two Players | Line upon Line Learning

Explorer Game for Two Players

We have fun reviewing the world explorers by playing a game....much like "Guess Who?" by Hasbro. Explorer Game for Two Players | Line upon Line Learning

Making a 3D model is an easy hands-on way for kids to learn what the Earth is made of. We read about the Earth's layers, to begin with, in The Magic Schoolbus - Inside the Earth. Then we grabbed so...

Making a 3D model is an easy hands-on way for kids to learn what the Earth is made of. We read about the Earth's layers, to begin with, in The Magic Schoolbus - Inside the Earth. Then we grabbed so...

Nieves de la Fuente Gutierrez. detail shot of he sculpture of "Reliquia de las disciplinas geograficas"

Nieves de la Fuente Gutierrez. detail shot of he sculpture of "Reliquia de las disciplinas geograficas"

DIY Staircases Ideas To Make Them Look Amazing

DIY Staircases Ideas To Make Them Look Amazing

Armillary Sphere by LadyVenovel Photography / Other©2010-2013 LadyVenovel by Gualterus Arsenius, Louvain, 1568 This is a so-called Ptolemaic or earth-centered armillary sphere. Armillary spheres were used as teaching tools and, sometimes, to aid astronomical calculations. Around the central Earth are rings that represent the main celestial circles. Off these circles, there are pointers marking the positions of key stars.

Armillary Sphere by LadyVenovel Photography / Other©2010-2013 LadyVenovel by Gualterus Arsenius, Louvain, 1568 This is a so-called Ptolemaic or earth-centered armillary sphere. Armillary spheres were used as teaching tools and, sometimes, to aid astronomical calculations. Around the central Earth are rings that represent the main celestial circles. Off these circles, there are pointers marking the positions of key stars.

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