John Snow Meme

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I humbly submit to the geography faithful these two memes I just created EDITED: One of our readers, Catholicgauze as he likes to be called, has crafted this in response. Bravo! Let’s keep the ball rolling everyone! 🙂

The Geography of Abortion Access in the US

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Obviously abortion is a hot button topic in the United States. It has become even more so with the recent passing of the 40th anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision that largely made it legal in the US. I won’t touch the political bent to this with a 10′ scale bar, but I […]

Google Adds Amber Alerts to Maps and Search Results

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Google has started adding Amber Alerts to its map and search results. They’re doing this through a partnership with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Basically, they’re combining the local search information with NCMEC’s Amber Alert system. It should include any descriptive information and how to contact the system if you happen to […]

Scientists Convicted of Manslaughter for Failing To Predict Earthquake

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We’ve been following this news item for some time, and I have to say I, for one, never dreamed these scientists would be convicted. An Italian judge has decided six scientists and one government official are criminally negligent for failing to predict the L’Aquila earthquake. They face up to 6 years in jail for their […]