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Procesador Mundial



Todos sabemos que la función de un Mapamundi, básicamente, es evidenciar límites geográficos nacionales e internacionales, permitiéndos reconocer regiones y quienes gobiernan las mismas.

Bajo otras perspectivas, resulta muy interesante la forma en que un Mapamundi puede plasmar diversa informacion que jamas hubiesemos imaginado en semejante soporte.

Por ejemplo, regiones donde todos tienen televisión en la casa, conectividad a internet, etc, y las mas elaboradas preguntas que uno pueda hacerse, que se pueda responder mediante un mapamundi.

Saquen sus propias conclusiones.

(El orden del texto está medio mocho, y la traducción, esta vez se las debo)

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TV Ownership
Multiply the number of daily TV deaths by the number of people owning TV sets and subtract that number from the population. Most nations would disappear on a daily basis.



Nuclear Desire
Not all countries that crave the power and prestige of nuclear weapons have been able to master the technology and the supply of uranium necessary. In addition to the five official members of the nuclear club (incidentally the 5 permanent members of the UN Security Council), at least another eight nations actively pursued steps to qualify for membership. Recently some countries have been militarily persuaded to abandon their nuclear plans (Iraq). Others have voluntarily started to destroy their arsenal (South Africa). Most recently North Korea struck a billion-dollar deal with the US using its alleged arsenal as a bargaining chip for economic help.



Fresh Water
97.4 % of the world's water is ocean water. 2 % is accounted for by ice caps and glaciers, and about 0.6 % is ground water, which constitutes the entire fresh water reserves on earth. Lake water represents only 7 millionths of the world's water; clouds only 1 millionth, and river water 10% of a millionth.

Ocean 004


Currents 005

Ocean Floor 006

Ocean World

007 Landlocked Nations
These countries have one territorial condition in common: no access to the world's oceans. This has a fundamental impact on economics, social behavior, and perspective on the world. Many of the republics of the former Soviet Union are landlocked. Their recent independence has radically increased the number of countries, that suffer this unique condition.


Life Expectancy
Life expectancy is a core factor in the human development index. With 82 years Japan has the highest life expectancy. All 35 countries at the bottom of this list are located in sub-Saharan Africa; their citizen's average life expectancy is between 52 and 39 years.

009 High Tension / Crisis Zones

Highlighted areas indicate where political crises have developed military aspects.

010 Chinese Geography


Statistical Challenges 012

Japan Personal Income Equals 62 Poorest Nations

The combined personal income of the 120 million Japanese people is equal to the combined personal income of the roughly 3.2 billion citizens of the 62 poorest nations, significantly more than half of the world population.

Population Volume
Size of white rectangle equals size of population. The question will not be what, but how to feed a population which will exceed 10 billion in the next century. Since 1985, due to agricultural engineering advances, the earth has yielded more food than we can possibly consume; yet geopolitical structures continue to leave millions of people dying of starvation.

Nameless Places 015

Local Conditions

17th Century World

1949 World

Blank 019

Refugee Currents
In 1990, UNHCR, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, registered 20 million refugees, a number that increased to 27 million in 1995. While the overall number of refugees has decreased subsequently, the number of internally displaced people has radically increased. The widths of the arrows indicate the relative amounts of refugees (1970-1980).

Economic Geography
In most cases, the equator separates donor and recipient nations of foreign aid. New continents result from shared economic conditions.

Japanese Economic Continent
If landmass equaled wealth and economic might, Japan would occupy this much of the globe.

Mountains of Debt 023

Gold 024

White World

Red Ocean 026

Black Ocean

Yellow Ocean

Ozone Hole 1988

Ozone Hole 1990

A second permanent ozone hole was detected in the area of the North Pole in 1990, producing radical meteorological changes in parts of the Northern Hemisphere. Data shown here indicate areas and intensity of ozone depletion during a 10-year period in the 1980s.


CO2 Spiral

Between 1950 and 1986, annual carbon dioxide emissions have tripled. The principal source of these emissions is fossil fuel combustion, but natural gas flaring and cement production also contributes to the rising level. Carbon dioxide is the major cause of the Greenhouse Effect.

Dark red circles indicate oil spills and gray-shaded areasindicate sea pollution and land pollution from chemical fertilizers. Shown is only a small part of the entire pollution spectrum in 1988. At an average of every three months this globe becomes obsolete due to yet another major oil spill.

Lack of Detail 033

International Data 034

Black Africa, etc. 035

Not an Arab World

Oil Supply Routes 037

Comprehensive Guide to the World 038

Preferred Continental Drift 039

Personal Travel Routes 040

Travel Souvenirs 041


The military objectives of the US Air Force Defense Meteorological Satellite Program have created an aesthetic byproduct — a composite photo of the planet, taken during nighttime hours. More than 99% of these representations of actual light sources are indications of human activity on the planet. For example, this image includes more than a million man-made fires, most of them in the Third World, chiefly propagated for agricultural purposes. Population centers are easily identified; however, the amount of light represented here is not necessarily proportional to the population size. Imbalances arise due to unequal electrical consumption. Japanese consume 15 times as much electricity as Chinese per capita, and Americans consume 21/2 times more than Japanese do. This image also illustrates light pollution, a condition only astronomers have complained about so far.

A Satellites Blind Spots

The public service Landsat System has blind spots over territory and time. However, personal satellites can soon be purchased for about the price of a Mercedes, and space junk is increasingly hard to track.


Population Bubble
The question will not be what, but how to feed a population that will exceed 10 billion in the next century. Since 1985, due to agricultural engineering advances, the earth has yielded more food than we can possibly consume - yet geopolitical structures continue to leave millions of people dying of starvation.

Refugee Populations (1991)
At the outbreak of war in Afghanistan in 1979, there were 15 million Afghani citizens. By 1988, 10 Million of those people had become refugees, living in camps, either in Afghanistan or abroad, and accounting for the largest group of refugees in the world.


The opening sentence of Ludwig Wittgenstein's Tractatus logico-philosophicus. "Die Welt ist alles, was der Fall ist" ("The world is everything that is the case").

Political Prisoners
More than 90% of all nations choose to maintain political prisons for some of their citizens

Death Penalty and State Assassinations
Black: Death penalty in effect
+ : Government sponsoring assassination
: Torture reported

Combat Experience 049

15 Years of War and Border Conflicts

Military Budgets
Color intensity indicates the percentage of military expenditure as part of the GNP; size indicates the amount in absolute terms.

Positions of Nuclear Submarines
As the capacity for nuclear devastation has increased in range and precision, nuclear missile submarines have been able to patrol their targets from greater and greater distances, leaving only a remote area of the South Pacific free of nuclear submarine traffic.

Defensive Structures
In some cases walls and demarcation lines contribute to a less bloody every day life. In only a few cases is their construction or establishment met with the consent of those divided by them. These modifications of the surface of the earth usually outlast the conflicts they are designed to still, and the unintended environmental effects can have even more substantial and long term consequences.

053 Chernobyl Cloud

Red indicates the extent of the radiation cloud on April 27, just after the accident at Chernobyl. Blue indicates its almost worldwide distribution until the 6th of May.

Random Basics 055

Life in Earth

Percentage of World Energy Consumption
Numerical percentages of world energy consumption are correlated with bar graphs indicating population figures. Japan, for instance, consumes 15 times more energy per capita than China, and the United States uses 2.5 times more energy per capita than Japan.

Toxic Import and Exports
Not all toxins are being exported and imported officially — some are simply dumped on foreign soil or exported, stored on short-term leased ground and then abandoned. Some countries make it a business to detoxify the exports; some have laws against the export and import of waste — both nuclear and chemical. Japan is the only industrialized country that has made a business of it and actually imports toxic waste.

058 Global Warming

Blue indicates past - red the future estimated temperatures [destroyed]

Rain Forest Leftovers
Rain Forest Depletion: green indicates where rain forests still exist - red where it has perished.

Arable Land 061

No of Aids Deaths

Orange countries are those most affected by AIDS. Numbers indicate total deaths up to 1992. The amount of infected people is significantly higher.

062 Oiled Ocean Routes 063

Population Distribution
The world's 6 billion people are by no means spread out equally over the globe's territories — yet continental lines are easily identifiable since people seem to prefer coastal regions for settlements. More than half of the world's population lives on a relatively small territory spreading from northern India to China.

The Biggest Cities

UN Peacekeeping Missions
Beginning with the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization Mission to the Middle East in 1948, the UN has undertaken more than 56 peacekeeping missions across the world, with varying degrees of success. In 2003 14 missions were current. Almost 2000 peacekeepers lost their lives since 1948.

Earth in 80 Languages
The languages are not identified other than by their position (where there are most commonly spoken). The size of the words is proportional to the amount of speakers.


Land Mines
Red indicates countries where mines are in use; countries identified with the letter "M" are major producers of land mines.

068 Inside Out 069 Depleted Fishing Grounds 070

Refugee Republic
Dotting the globe, the estimated 47 million refugees account for 1% of the world population. If it were possible for refugees to pack and take with them a proportional part of their country (measured at the world-wide average of approximately 37 people per square kilometer) it would piece together into a state the size of France, Germany, England and Italy combined (or more than twice the size of Texas)
The width of the arrows indicates the relative amount of refugees (1970/80s)

071 The British Colonial Empire 072 The French Colonial Empire 073

Simple Projection

100 Projection Problems

Religious Freedom 078

People Power
The scale of regions reflects the size of population.

Ocean Upwellings 080 Acid Rain 081

Shamanism and Traditional Beliefs Primitive Religions 082 Arab League 083

Ocean and Continents

Fault Lines


The group of 8 major industrialized nations contribute very different percentages to the world GDP although they share a very common objective of shaping world economics.

Satellite Views /Vision 087 Ring of Fire
Fault Lines and Earthquake Epicenters M>5 (larger than 5 on the Richter-scale).


Earthquake Graph (over 10 Month) 089

Cada Cabeza UN Mundo (“Each Head a World”) 090 Arctic and Antarctic Circle

Hong Kong and The Passport Trade

In 1997, the British Crown Colony Hong Kong has become part of the People's Republic of China — the majority of its current citizens are not eligible to live in England despite their British Passports. Those who prefer a second passport to mere trust in the new authorities can buy one in these countries. Minimum investments start at 25.000 — a US passport is most expensive and difficult to obtain.

092 A Missing World Standard: Personal Freedom - Civil Liberties 093

Japan Only (Lonely Japan)

An economic giant, Japan does not command much territory. In fact Japan holds the world record GNP per square mile.

094 US GNP vs. the Poorest Countries


Nuclear Have's and Have-not's

Names 097

Political Borders 098

US Melting Pot

World's Major Languages 100

Balance of Trade
Countries “in the red” are united by the commonality of trading debts while countries “in the black” enjoy a trade surplus.

Tropics Globe 102

US Industrial Waste 103

China to Chinatown / The Chinese Illegal Migration Network
In contrast to the South Korean government which even maintains school for émigrés to learn and succeed in foreign countries The Chinese government does not encourage emigration. Smuggling Chinese citizens out of China (mostly from the poor Fujian province) into new countries - preferably the US is a risky business. Migrants pay up to 30.000 per person - the Chinese government imposes the death penalty on those caught smuggling.
104. Population in 2025

Population in 2025 105

Taiwanese Diplomatic Relations 106

Foreign Aid
Foreign aid does not just go to individual countries; entire regions often suffer conditions making them needy and susceptible to foreign aid.

Extended Exclusive Maritime Economic Zones
According to the proposed, and heavily debated, International Maritime Law, nations may extend their exclusive economic jurisdiction 200 miles (370 km) into the seas. This law would roughly double the amount of the earth's surface available for exclusive economic development. Given that the rest of the oceans is subject to non-exclusive exploitation, only the seas beneath the ice caps would be effectively protected.

108 50-Billion Dollar Economies

Ocean Current System (White) 110

Countries with Internet connections are identified by their country's top level domain ID.

Major Rivers 112

Plagued Countries 113

Standards of Living 114


Wetlands" is the collective term for marshes, swamps, bogs, and similar areas. About 75% of all endangered species are native to the world's wetlands



Nuclear Explosions
More than 2000 nuclear bombs have been detonated worldwide since 1945. In 1963 the superpowers agreed to limit themselves to underground testing. By then the atomic radiation in Europe had increased to levels comparable to those caused by the Chernobyl accident.


Time Zones 119
Submarine Fiberoptic Network


Oil Fields, Coal and Gas Deposits / Major Oil Spills


Earth Quakes and Tectonic Plates

Independence in the 20th Century

Peaceful Countries during the 1980s 124

Declaration of Human Rights
125 Colonial North America


Ocean Pollution 127

Highest and Lowest Living Standards for Expatriates

Regardless of how well the population fares in any given country, the living standard of expatriates is normally higher. Some income based on foreign currency can go a long way in a country with a weak currency. Foreign executives living in Japan do not enjoy a significant standard of living even though they may spend the most for what they get.


Without the Sun 129

1930's Globe

130 Arab Globe

131 Hebrew Globe



1990: Countries left at Peace


Ocean Polluters

Less than 50 Billion GNP countries

Car Ownership


Relief Globe

Postwar (WW II) Peaceful Countries
Shown are the few countries that did not for one reason or another engage in military conflicts between 1945 and 2002.

Some Significant Environmental Disasters

Japanese Satellite Photo Globe (NOAA data) 141 Women's Power 142 Danish Colonial Empire 143

Money Geography
Superimposed size of countries represents their respective GNP.

Industrial HDI 145

Top High Credit Risk Emerging Markets
Being the riskiest country, Russia scores 85 on a scale of 100. The national credit risk is based on economic and political factors. Israel and Indonesia, the countries shown with the least risk, still have a factor of 40.


Climatic Zones

Ozone Depletion (A) 148


Suicide (incomplete)

Airplane Disasters
Most of the major airplane disasters occurred in the Northern Hemisphere. Shown are crashes with more than 150 victims. 151

National Flags 152

AIDS Impact on Regions

AIDS Infection Rates 154

Refugee (Republic) Network
Refugees account for 1% of the world population. Most are parked in UN camps without awareness or knowledge of each other’s existence. Connecting these refugee camps would result in this refugee net. A Refugee Republic could be a trans-global, experimental, supra-territorial state for refugees to represent themselves worldwide. Implementing the idea of an open society and the ideals represented by the UN, it could become a model for other nations.

Company vs. Country
Some company’s yearly gross income is larger than the entire GNP of a given country.

Global Trade Currents
Divided into six major trading areas, global trade currents vary widely between different regions and partners. Each millimeter in arrow width represents $10 billion in yearly trade. The amount of global trade has quintupled since 1975, thus reinforcing notions of a “global” economy.

Migration to NYC 158

Global Warming and Cooling
1965 -1995 data: temperature changes over a 30-year period. Areas that experienced a temperature increase of up to 0.5ºC are white. Areas in which the temperature increased 0.6º - 1.0ºC are pink, and temperature increases of 1,1º - 1.5ºC are red. All areas in which the temperature decreased are shown in blue, equally bracketed.

Forest Fires
In spring 1998 uncontrolled forest fires raged in the equatorial regions. Airplanes crashed in Indonesia, Smoke plumes reached across national borders into other countries and even continents. One day the loss of forest the size of Belgium in Brazil was reported. El Nino was generally blamed for the lack of rain.
160 Bad News Items 161

Kameoka Special: Sister Cities/ Energy

Nuclear Energy Dependency

Violet parts of a given country represent the proportional dependency on atomic energy. The remainder (yellow) represents the reliance on conventional energy sources.


Moody’s Rating
Moody's Investor Service as well as Standard and Poor rate not only corporations but countries as well. Most institutional investment firms have rules prohibiting them from buying government bonds issued by countries with a low rating. Only blue-chip (Aaa=light color) and high to medium grade countries (Aa-Baa3=dark) are considered investment grades, all other countries (Ba1 to C) do not even show up on the investors' radar. 164

Access to telecommunication is not universally available even within a given country. Line intensity represents phone lines per 100 inhabitants grouped in these categories:
0 - 0.9 telephone lines/100 inhabitants
0.9 to 4.6 telephone lines/100 inhabitants
4.6 - 13.5 telephone lines/100 inhabitants
13.5 to 33.3 telephone lines/100 inhabitants
33.3 to 68.3 telephone lines/100 inhabitants
" It is my belief that universal access to basic communication and information services is a fundamental human right." (Pekka Tarjanne, ITU)

Historical Diasporas 166

Labor Migration

This world is divided into richer and poorer countries. Highlighted countries are considered rich, as the personal income averages more than US $2,500/year. Anybody making less is part of the rest, the poor. Accordingly, there is a migration from poorer to richer countries.


Island Nations 168

Ice Age 169
Soil Degradation

Soil degradation is brought on by several factors, mostly predisposition for desertification, acid rain, need for fuelwood and food needs which are beyond the soil's capacity to support. This globe shows only areas where the population’s food needs lead to overexploitation and subsequently to soil degradation.

Solar System

This globe representing the size of the sun shows the respective size of the solar system's planets. Most planets in other solar systems have been just too small to be detected with current technology .
The planets discovered so far are huge: up to 11 times the size of Jupiter. Smaller ones, the size of earth, are not expected to be found in the near future, even though there are no doubts that they exist.

Infant Mortality
Infant mortality is a good indicator of a population's well-being. In areas shaded dark red, one out of five children does not live beyond the age of five. In white areas, the mortality is less than 2%. 172 Eco Pressure

Arable land vs. population size: Some areas are particularly endangered and more sensitive to ecological imbalance. Population pressure, the scarcity of arable land, soil quality and climate set strict limits to growth.

Life Carbon Reserves 174

Human Development Index

Divided into 3 levels: low, medium, high with yellow, orange, and red indicating development as defined by the UN's HDI index.


Asteroid Impacts 176


Fuel Sources, Consumption, and Prices

Segments originating at the South Pole (1971) represent changing proportions of fuel sources and usage up until 1996 (North Pole). 178

Nuclear Non-Proliferation 179

Ruhrgebiet 180

Japan vs. Germany

Black Continents 182

Nuclear Powers and Shadow States

183 Divided / Unified 184 East Germany only 185 High Tensions ’99

Land Mine


Nuclear Stockpiles 188

The group of the 8 major industrialized nations shares the common objective of shaping world economics. Their claim to leadership is based on a defacto control of 2/3 of the world economy. The G77, founded in 1964 to represent the poorer states, has now 133 member states and is largely unknown.

190 Mobility Measures-Planes, Trains and Cars 191
Carless Countries

Many industrialized nations have about half as many cars as citizens. Green overlaid countries have the least number of cars per capita: up to 10,000 inhabitants would have to share a single motor vehicle.
192 Individual Car vs. Commerical

Truck Usage

Fuel Consumers

The countries with the highest gasoline consumption are positioned along a North-South (higher-lower) scale.


Personal Energy Production vs. Consumption 195

Road Density

Five categories of miles of road per square mile of territory are shown: [0-0,1] [0,0,5] [0,5-0,9] [0,9-2] [2 and above]. Monaco statistically has the highest percentage: up to 1/3 of its territory is paved.

196 Car Travel as a Proportion of Transportation 197 Five Largest Car Makers and Market Shares 198 Gasoline Prices and Taxes 199
Auto Corporations vs. Countries (revision)

Car companies are among the largest and most powerful companies of the world, rivaling entire states in economic might. Countries and groups of countries are re-named with companies whose gross income equals their GDP. 200

VW –World

Production sites of companies belonging to the Volkswagen Group. The extension of this network through the recent acquisition of the heavy truck manufacturer Scania, with production sites all over Scandinavia as well as in Holland, Poland, France and South America, is not yet shown on this globe. 201

Manufacturing Work Forces
The respective sizes of landmass in this geography of industrial work forces are informed by the amount of industrial workers in each country. In Germany every 7th job is directly or indirectly car-related.


Car Populations

Every small dot represents 100.000 to 1 million cars, larger dots 1 to 2 million.

203 Auto Theft Rates 204 World Car Production by Company

Car Imports and Exports 206

German Car Production

If each car produced in Germany in 1998 were to equal 1 square kilometer, then different-sized “Germanies” would result in the present globe. Here the six major car producers assimilate continents and countries of their own.


Auto Worker Salaries Around the World

In selected countries, industrial workers earn salaries indicated by white lines leading to a scale of salaries in US dollars. Their counterparts in the automotive industry earn significantly more, as represented by the black lines leading to higher relative levels. At $37.68per hour, German car workers earned more in 1997 than any other industrial or automotive workers in the survey did.

208 Cross-Border Car Traffic 209 Cross-Border Truck Traffic 210 Auto-emitted CO2 Spiral 211

“Bad Carma”
Traveling the roads of countries with a red cross is dangerous. The larger the cross, the higher the chance to continue any given trip in an ambulance and end up in a hospital or graveyard.


Fuel Efficiency Timeline

1990 represents the 100% level for a number of different fuel efficiency correlatives. German fuel efficiency is indicated in blue; world efficiency in green; fuel consumption in yellow; oil price per barrel in orange; and car population in black. In all it becomes apparent that even as fuel efficiency increases, car population and fuel consumption increases easily offset any fuel conservation.

213 Research & Development Countries 214

Vehicle-Producing Countries
Borders of all car-producing countries are highlighted even if no more than 30 (Mozambique) or 50 (Ethiopia) cars are made. Each dot represents a yearly production volume of 100.000 vehicles.


Car” in 80 Languages

Although it’s a modern invention and a modern word, at least 80 languages have a word for “car”. The Native American tribes of Blackfoot and Hopi have a word for it, and even the car-less Zulu and Ethiopian nations give the four-wheeled wonder a name.


Superhighway to the Future
A 24-lane superhighway packed bumper to bumper would have to circle the globe 1.8 times to accommodate the world’s 440 million cars in 2000. By the year 2030, however, the superhighway to the future would have to circle the globe 4.25 times to accommodate the projected1020 million cars at that date. A hypothethical parking lot to accommodate this car population would cover all of Belgium.



Am 2000: 72x Around the World

If all the cars in the world were placed end to end they would circle the globe 72 times.

Production Capacity: Bikes vs. Cars
Surging car production slowed down as a result of oil price increases and environmental awareness in the first half of the 1970s. Meanwhile, the demand for bicycles boomed as incomes rose rapidly in China. In 1980, twice as many bicycles as cars were produced; today, the ratio has almost tripled.


Beyond Statistics
220 221

Internet Users
Germany (.de) had about 15 million Internet users in the beginning of 2000. The size of the respective national Internet top-level domain code represents the amount of users. Government surveillance of Internet communication is routinely practiced in several countries (.de, .sg, .cn).

222 223 Mobile Phone Society
Represented are countries in which more than 20% of telephones are mobile phones. Cambodia has the highest percentage. It has more mobile phone (65%) than land lines. the value of the copper content of a few miles of telephone cable can feed a family for a few weeks. Cambodia, Chad, Congo and Afghanistan have only 1 telephone line per 1000 people. 224

World Average Temperature

The equator equals the average temperature at the beginning of the 20th century. For the last 1 million years the average temperature of the world has fluctuated

Only the terrorist groups which are known by their initials are shown, which are most groups.

225-2 Terrorism
Areas of terrorist activity are circled. Most groups are active in more than one territory. Many of them compete with each other for influence within the same area.

Darkened areas indicate presence of terrorist groups. Underlined groups are active in more than one country, underscoring their multinational and transnational character and ambition.

226 Germany Japan 227

Non-Competitive Elections
Highlighted areas indicate those countries that are democratic in name only. Dictatorships, Communist states, and military states either ban popular elections, disregard their results, or hand-pick the candidates. Floundering or corrupt representative democracies often do no better at generating competitive elections.

228 Biological Fuels 229 Recycling 230 Human Rights 231

DNA Traces

Population geneticists have traced the human family tree to an ancestral homo sapiens community of only 2000 breeding individuals living in Africa, which began splitting up approximately 144,000 years ago and migrating to Asia and Europe before the Americas. Analyses of mitochondrial DNA passed from mother to child have identified only one female (a mitochondrial “Eve”) at the root of the mDNA family tree represented by orange lines; other lineages fell extinct. Y chromosome sequences passed from father to son are represented by green lines and go back to a single chromosonal “Adam.” It is believed that 10 principle branches in the Y chromosome tree may correspond to the world’s major language groups.

DNA Traces, Refugee Populations, and Migration Routes 233 Rainfall
As drawn according to rainfall, a picture of our “waterworld” reveals contours that are subtly influenced by continental masses, but not beholden geography in any way whatsoever. Darkest regions receive on average more than 2000 millimeters of rain annually while white regions receive less than 100 millimeters.

The river systems and drainage basins on every continent have created watersheds of the world’s fresh water. Fueled by precipitation, and directed by continental geography, watersheds constitute the major reservoirs of fresh water and the channels through which water flows to the ocean.

Prison Populations
The U.S. has recently usurped from Russia the dubious honor of highest rate of incarceration - almost 700. The number of inmates per 100,000 of the national population is represented for each country. 142 is the world average.

236 Holland Only 237

Kyoto Protocol

Those countries that have ratified the Kyoto Protocol to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases are appropriately colored green. Remaining countries have either signed the protocol without ratifying it, not signed it at all, or signed it and then reneged on any intention of following its guidelines.

The West and the Rest

American and European nations and their empires are highlighted to show the extent of Western dominance in 1920. The rest of the world falls into metaphorical darkness, being outside the scope of Western powers.

Cold War World
At the height of the Cold War, the world’s major military powers could easily be split into two camps: the Communist Bloc designated with red and the Free World designated with blue.

240 Civilizations
With the fall of communism and the end of the Cold War differences among nations are drawn along cultural lines, with religion playing a major role in the shaping of attitudes, morals, and ethics. Of these different civilizations: Western is defined in white; African in brown; Islamic in green; Sinic in yellow; Japanese in red; Hindu in orange; Orthodox in black; Buddhist in gold; and Latin American in beige. Each culture is hardly without its own internal divisions, however, as recent culture wars within the Western world prove.

3 Hour US Air Force Range

Hannover All Over
Places that bear the name Hanover after the German town of 'Hannover'

US Naval Range

Special Economic Zones


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18-jul-2012, 00:37
No entendi una chota pero la re flashie
18-jul-2012, 00:41
Hoy, 23:37
No entendi una chota pero la re flashie
18-jul-2012, 00:59
Porque estoy de mal humor te va el me gusta
18-jul-2012, 01:25
Alguno se va a quejar de que esta en ingles!
18-jul-2012, 02:07
Esta en ingles ... No me gusta!!
18-jul-2012, 03:01
Asco de post CTRL+C them CTRL+V y no pone la fuente :S
18-jul-2012, 03:53
Hoy, 02:01
?Qué no puso la fuente? ¿Leíste al menos el principio del post? Porque yo ahí veo la fuente
18-jul-2012, 06:54


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18-jul-2012, 12:23
18-jul-2012, 13:25
Pongo el me gusta por que se ve que te matastes haciendo el post pero mucho no lo entendi puedo descifrar un poco lo que dice pero no da hacerlo en todas las imagenes
18-jul-2012, 13:57
La verdad que de todos los que hise , es el que me tomo un poco mas de trabajo, y eso q siempre traduzco todos
Tuve que ordenar mucho, y encima no quedo del todo bien
18-jul-2012, 13:58
Hoy, 02:01

no pone la fuente :S
La fuente esta arriba de todo.
18-jul-2012, 14:19
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18-jul-2012, 16:25
Ai dont espik inglish, traducing the texto plis
18-jul-2012, 19:01
18-jul-2012, 19:15
No entiendo.
18-jul-2012, 20:43
Es simple.... son mapamundis donde muetran diferentes categorias en las que se puede catalogar el planeta por ejemplo espectativa de vida...terrorismo y si mal no entendi geografia de china... superficies que ocupa el oceano , o el fondo del oceano... o el porcentaje de agua cristalina que hay en el mundo etc etc.....

2012 gente como puede ser q no entiendan ingles.... como juegan los video juegos? jajajaj
18-jul-2012, 21:21
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18-jul-2012, 21:50
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19-jul-2012, 20:50
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