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Half of the U.S. lives in these counties.

Half the Country Lives in These Counties - This map used Census data to determine that half the people in the United States live in these 146 shaded counties. You can see a list of those counties on the original Business Insider post.

íNDICE DE EXPLOTACIÓN DEL AGUA

íNDICE DE EXPLOTACIÓN DEL AGUA

Y así de altas son las estructuras más grandes de los diferentes países.

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How Germany and Greece are bringing Europe's long-simmering crisis back to a boiling point

There are many U2e samples from Mesolithic Europe(Ancient Eurasian DNA) proving U2e in Europe is not Indo European and not connected with Y DNA R1a and R1b like he theorized. He generalized R1a and R1b once agian. R1b1a2a1a L11 began to spread in western Europe just 4,500-5,000ybp with Germanic and Italo Celtic languages. R1a1a1b1 Z283 did not become very popular in eastern and central Europe, and Scandinavia until Corded ware culture(spoke ancestral language to Balto Slavic) 5,000ybp. I…

Distribution of mtDNA haplogroup in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East

Distribution of the Northwest European admixture in and around Europe

Distribution of the Northwest European admixture in and around Europe

What the United States could have been

What the United States could have been

A map showing the prevalence of blue eyes in Europe.

32 Maps Which Will Change How You See Europe

Percentage map of blue eyes in Europe. Read that blue eyes evolved about years ago.

Poverty in the US, a recent mapping of this feature.  Citation:  Holt, James B. The topography of poverty in the United States: a spatial analysis using county-level data from the Community Health Status Indicators project. Prev Chronic Dis 2007;4(4).   Source on the web: http://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2007/oct/07_0091.htm

Poverty in the US, a recent mapping of this feature. Citation: Holt, James B. The topography of poverty in the United States: a spatial analysis using county-level data from the Community Health Status Indicators project. Prev Chronic Dis 2007;4(4). Source on the web: http://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2007/oct/07_0091.htm

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