It's been a while since I've been on the computer, and I went to check my web stats this morning as I always do. I looked at the world map that shows where my readers are from, and I was shocked to see the map of Canada and Greenland. They look completely different. I know Greenland always looks bigger than it actually is depending on what map projection you use, but ... it looks bigger than Africa on my stats page. And Canada looks totally different. And Sicily looks like it's probably *connected* to mainland Italy right now, which looks like it's grown a spur on its boot. Seriously, go check it out! This ... is really weird to me.
*** UPDATE ***
I realized this morning (January 15) what really struck me as different about Canada. It's gotten much closer to Greenland, in my opinion. This lead me to recognize a certain trend I've noticed about the map of the world in general. The continents & islands seem to be either getting closer together, or look like they somehow fit together like puzzle pieces. I've always noticed that about them, but they seem to be much more like that than they have in the recent past. For example, Greenland looks more like a puzzle piece that "fits" with the coastline of North America, and South America looks more like it "fits" with the coastline of Africa. What do you think?
Leave room in the margins
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