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    13 Maps That Will Change How You See The World

    It's a big, weird world out there. These maps will let you know just how big and weird it is.

    1. The Southeast corner of Asia has a lot of people.

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    If you're a human being, there's a good chance you live in Asia.

    2. By digging straight through the center of the Earth, you would hit water, not China.

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    If you're not starting from one of the green slivers on the map, pack a swimsuit along with your shovel.

    3. Greenland is much smaller than you've been led to believe.

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    Your grade school map has some serious explaining to do.

    4. When dinosaurs roamed the Earth, you could walk from Washington, D.C. to Cairo, Egypt.

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    Unless a Tyrannosaurus ate you first, of course.

    5. There are almost five million U.S. Census blocks that contain no people.

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    If it's ever too crowded where you live, don't worry. There's still plenty of space out there.

    6. The United States would stretch almost exactly across one side of the moon.

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    And that's without even adding in Alaska and Hawaii.

    7. Brazil would also stretch right across the United States.

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    So Brazil would fit nicely onto the moon as well. Math!

    8. if we built a tunnel across the Bering Straight, you'd be able to take a train from New York to Paris.

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    It would be a very long ride though. Be sure to bring a book.

    9. The Pacific Ocean is very, very big.

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    It's basically half a planet!

    10. All of North America looks like a tiny speck next to Jupiter's Great Red Spot

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    Holy crap, forget the Pacific Ocean. Jupiter is very, very, very big.

    11. There are only 22 countries that Great Britain has never invaded.

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    You probably don't live in one.

    12. The Tokyo metro area has a larger population than over 75% of the world's nations.

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    Some of these countries are so small that Britain has never even invaded them.

    13. Ludacris has made stops in many, many area codes.

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    What can you say, the guy loves eastern Nebraska.

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