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(NASA)   NASA and NOAA scientists teamed up to create an updated night map of the earth. This is the result   ( nasa.gov) divider line
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2012-12-06 10:54:22 AM  
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RussianPooper: luisluis: what the heck is going on in western Australia? Isn't that all desert?

I was wondering the same thing. Doesn't seem right.

Me too. I chalked it up to my general ignorance of Australian population patterns, and what I thought they were, so I studied it out:

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So yeah, WTF is going on there? Secret government programs?
2012-12-06 08:00:34 AM  
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FlameDuck: Just in time for Finlands independence day. Suomi aka Finland satellite sends us these greetings.

As a Finn, I'd like to say well played and thank you very much.

Ahh, yes. Finland. A country whose only claim to fame is taking the gold medal in Full Contact Team Biathlon at the 1940 Winter Games.
2012-12-06 04:10:50 AM  
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AverageAmericanGuy: StopLurkListen: Why does the US Midwest looks vaguely gridlike?

It's vaguely gridlike.

United States of Tautology.
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