A Map of the World

map of the world

Map of the World

We’ve applied geology, engineering, chemistry, physics, biology and other sciences to the study of our earth. But there is so much more to this ball of rock and water we live on.

This map of the world gives a sense of interconnectedness and beauty, while the image below suggests the intensity of processes that take place within. While science and engineering have taught us a lot about Mother Earth, remembering that at her heart she is not so unlike ourselves might teach us even more.

internal volcanism

Internal Process

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2 Comments on “A Map of the World

  1. I like your map of the world.
    I’d rather see it on the wall than the one I have at present
    … unless I want to find Comoros.

  2. Thanks, Ross! I even had to look up Comoros, so I learned something! I agree, it’s hard to find on my map.

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