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Incidentally, the mathematics of the Peter's projection is the same mathematics that makes it possible to ride a tricycle with square wheels on a bumpy road.
The Texas A&M Physics Department's square -wheeled trike, built by the machine shop. The trike rides on a road of repeated pieces of an inverted catenary.
It is also related to the inverted pendulem problem, wihich finds application in the segway.
I'd love to see a world map inverted, or at least with the southern hemisphere accentuated and highlighted, so we could see the regions not usually depicted. I mean, the early navigators managed to get around both South America and Africa, but world maps don't even give Antarctica hardly a blip.
This one is better.
Wow! Thanks, it saved me from retrieving and lifting two pound books, and dusting them off.
I always thought that information is too North Hemisphere influenced. Glad you can give a scope from your side of the world.
More victimhood I see. Apparently you're offended to be living "down under".
You have my, and most likely your therapist's, sympathies.