Discussion in 'Techforge' started by The Night Funky, Feb 18, 2019.
A really cool map program.
More at the link. The map can be found here.
I must have the bootleg Creationist version of the map - it only goes back 6,000 years.
I kid, I kid - I know this isn't the red room.
I can follow my address back to about 250 million years ago; before that, it's no longer identifiable.
This is the science and technology room, creationists don't belong in here anyway!
I've been looking for globe-like projections of these for a while. Awesome!
You could have just asked. Scotese has been making these maps for years.
I've played with the map quite a bit and its a very impressive piece of work. A very useful learning tool for an Earth Science class.
All I've see via teh Goog until now are the flat projections.
Static globes and maps have been available. This is the first example I've seen of a user-friendly animation. For my PhD I used a ptogram that moved the plates around but didn't directly incorporate Scotese's environmental interpretations.
Hey doc, it hurts when I do this!
Your finger's broken.
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