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willie wrote:If my kid came home brainwashed with the teachers bullshit. man it wouldn't be nice.
Giles wrote:willie wrote:If my kid came home brainwashed with the teachers bullshit. man it wouldn't be nice.
Excuse me for picking up on this rather late, but I'd like to clarify: Does this mean you would slap your child if he/she came home from school with ideas that you strongly disagreed with? Or that you have done so?
Or does it mean you would slap the teacher?
Maybe I'm misinterpreting...
Japanese architect Hajime Narukawa claims to have tackled a centuries-old problem - how to draw an oblate spheroid Earth on a flat plane.
He claims the above map, called the AuthaGraph World Map, achieves this task.
The projection, first created in 1999, frames the world's physical components in a 2D rectangle, attempting to represent their relative sizes as accurately as possible.
It does so by dividing the world into 96 triangles, making it a tetrahedron, then unfolding it to become a rectangle.
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