Bermuda has performed mitosisAnd now for a map obviously meant for children (although tbh that's not really an excuse for a map to be bad)
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I guess I'll only name a few:
First, it's a [edited] Mercator (while that projection does have its uses those ain't even needed on a childrens' map)
Second, much of the Antarctic extending as far north as Uruguay? Sounds legit.
Third, trees on Greenland (admittedly with enough global warming this could become true)
And I haven't even started on the borders. That I will leave to those willing enough to keep focusing on that map.
Though I do kinda appreciate that Pretzel as an icon for Germany.
"The top of this thing is looking kind of bare... is there anything up there really far north? There's land in the Arctic right? I think there is, anyways. I'll just put a nice big mass up there. No one will notice if it's wrong."
Extraordinary what they did to Scandinavia there. Even more extraordinary that literally no one said “that doesn’t look right” about any of this. Zero effort whatsoever. Not on realigning North Africa to actually fit itself (though you’ll notice it DOES match up on the eastern end, which is stranger). Not on the Labrador coast. How could they even justify Svalbard replacing Iceland or bumping the British Isles down to make room for Scandinavia? And some actually wonder why most people are so ignorant of so many things; those who are supposed to be responsible for truth are just pissing on us without the courtesy of calling it rain.Now for the next globe.
Not that bad. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Rhineland_Versailles_treaty_English.pngFrom a netflix documentary:
(especially "nice" how they manage to mess up even with the rivers)
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Probably from the same video (and if not, they at least used to f--- up the same basemap):
Judging from the colors, Nazi Germany occupied the Jutland peninsula before their invasion of Poland...
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