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Southern Cambridge: An Ingress Territories Map

I made an attempt at depicting the southern half of Cambridge, MA in a map showing territorial control in Ingress, pointing out areas well controlled by one faction, like Cambridgeport (an Enlightened stronghold) and West MIT (a Resistance stronghold), also highlighting fronts and battlegrounds where control frequently shifts and action is relatively fast. 28 more words


Natural Wisdom: What do Tectonic Plate Boundaries Actually Look Like?

The theory of plate tectonics is fairly well-known and at a fundamental level, fairly easy to understand. But on a recent trip to New Zealand (a country heavily shaped by plate tectonics), we pondered the question: what can you actually see if you were to look down at the boundary between two tectonic plates. 152 more words


Viewing Major Events with Google Street View

Google Street View is an amazing tool that allows you to explore vast swathes of the world from the comfort of your own home.

There is a feature of Street View that I don’t believe a lot of people are aware of – the ability to view past street view images. 346 more words


Construction of new Demerara River Bridge at Houston to begin next year

Construction of new Demerara River Bridge at Houston to begin next year

Aug 19, 2017  – Kaieteur News

Construction on the long-awaited new Demerara River Bridge, to ease the pressure on the Harbour Bridge, is expected to begin next year, government says. 500 more words


Walk to the Pièce Glacier

As I hope you all know by now, I’m always looking to find somewhere new to show you.  So today I have a treat… In that this is the first time I’ve ever done this walk, which heads up from Arolla towards the Vignette Hut.  43 more words



You’ve got the text. You’ve got the results. You’ve got the post results day celebrations hangover. But you’ve got no clue. 

Kitchen utensils? Bedding? Room accessories? 1,068 more words


Should probably start by explaining who I am and what this will all be about ..

BUT FIRST! CONGRATULATIONS if you’ve just received your place at the best university in the world ever ever! 609 more words