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¿Se puede construir un mapa perfecto de la Tierra? - Gaussianos | Gaussianos

¿Se puede construir un mapa perfecto de la Tierra? - Gaussianos | Gaussianos | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
En geografía usamos diferentes #proyeccionescartograficas. No puede construirse un mapa perfecto.
He aquí el porque: http://t.co/EmwavdEKla
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2-Min Animated Video Shows How Five of the Biggest Religions Spread Across the World

2-Min Animated Video Shows How Five of the Biggest Religions Spread Across the World | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
This 2-minute video shows how five of the biggest religions in the world spread around the globe — through countless conflicts, conquests, and more.

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3 documentales sobre #FidelCastro

3 documentales sobre #FidelCastro | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
Fidel no era un vulgar dictador.

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Comunipedia 3.0 's curator insight, November 28, 2016 3:37 AM
La vida del presidente cubano ha sido analizada desde diferentes documentales.
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Thanksgiving: Fact or Fiction | HISTORY.com

Thanksgiving: Fact or Fiction | HISTORY.com | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it

“The reason that we have so many myths associated with Thanksgiving is that it is an invented tradition. It doesn’t originate in any one event. It is based on the New England puritan Thanksgiving, which is a religious Thanksgiving, and the traditional harvest celebrations of England and New England and maybe other ideas like commemorating the pilgrims. All of these have been gathered together and transformed into something different from the original parts.”

– James W. Baker, Senior Historian at Plimoth Plantation

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DeniseTdj's curator insight, November 24, 2016 2:35 AM

History.com has some surprising Thanksgiving Day fact or fiction trivia that just may stump you.

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Election maps are telling you big lies about small things

Election maps are telling you big lies about small things | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
In 2012, 160 counties cast about the same number of votes as the rest of the country. But, your run-of-the-mill election map won't show you that.

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Seth Dixon's curator insight, November 2, 2016 10:42 AM

This is nothing new to most visitors to this site, but every four years we have a wonderful teaching moment to show how population density can change our interpretation of a map and the meaning of the data embedded in that map.  In preparation for next week, this article for the Washington Post as well as this one from the New York Times should help get students be better prepared for the onslaught of maps that we know are right around the corner, to properly assess and contextualize the geographic content in these maps.     

 

Tags: electoral, political, mapping.

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El extraordinario mapa que muestra al mundo como es realmente - BBC Mundo

El extraordinario mapa que muestra al mundo como es realmente - BBC Mundo | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
Un arquitecto japonés usó técnicas de origami para crear un nuevo mapa que refleja fielmente las proporciones entre países. El mapa tradicional usado en escuelas muestra áreas en forma totalmente distorsionada.
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Dossier sur Le 11 novembre 1918 (fiches élèves, documentation et diaporama) | BLOG de Monsieur Mathieu GS CP CE1 CE2

Dossier sur Le 11 novembre 1918 (fiches élèves, documentation et diaporama) | BLOG de Monsieur Mathieu GS CP CE1 CE2 | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it

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¿Por qué la Tierra sufre una Edad de Hielo cada 100.000 años?

¿Por qué la Tierra sufre una Edad de Hielo cada 100.000 años? | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
Un equipo de investigadores de la universidad británica de Cardiff ha conseguido explicar la razón por la que nuestro planeta sufre de forma cíclica y cada 100.000 años, intensos periodos glaciares.

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Señales atribuibles a extraterrestres en 234 estrellas como el Sol

Señales atribuibles a extraterrestres en 234 estrellas como el Sol | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
Dos astrónomos de la Universidad de Laval (Canadá) han encontrado señales 'desconcertantes' procedentes de 234 estrellas sobre una muestra de 2,
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Estos monos crean herramientas de piedra como nuestros primeros antepasados

Estos monos crean herramientas de piedra como nuestros primeros antepasados | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
Monos capuchinos crean lascas golpeando piedras - Michael Haslam/ Primate Archaeology Group

Un equipo de investigadores ha observado cómo unos monos capuchin…

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Syrian Journey: Choose your own route

Syrian Journey: Choose your own route | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
Put yourself in the shoes of a Syrian migrant and see whether you could make the right choices on the journey to Europe.

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Norka McAlister's curator insight, April 5, 2015 8:01 PM

Citizens of Syria have experienced difficult times since their country entered into a period of continual war in the past few decades. People migrate to Europe in demand of better life for their families. All begin with a plan and a &helper,&  called trafficker or coyote in Mexico, and money to cross few borders and be able to live life free from war. Although, with countries such as Egypt, Lybia, Lebanon, Turkey, and Greece, with a massive migrations, tough economies, lack of jobs, nothing and no one is safe. However, Europe is very attractive in terms of quality life and safety to raise families. Furthermore, to be able to survive during this migration transition, many risks are involved and even in some cases, killings. Immigrants migrate by boat, truck, train, and sometimes even walking. Day or night immigrants keep moving and pay  high prices to be transported to the next point. It takes them weeks, months, and even years to reach thier final destinations. This is the same for those immigrants in Mexico and U.S. 

Claire Law's curator insight, April 25, 2015 8:41 PM

UK interactive resource to put students in the shoes of refugees fleeing conflict

zane alan berger's curator insight, May 26, 2015 4:42 PM

this is a virtual stimulator showing the struggle of a Syrian migrant, proving that one risky decision can be detrimental for these people. this can be related to the migration unit

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What's the tallest mountain on Earth?

What's the tallest mountain on Earth? | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it

"Mount Everest is usually said to be the highest mountain on Earth. Reaching 29,035 feet at its summit, Everest is indeed the highest point above global mean sea level—the average level for the ocean surface from which elevations are measured. But the summit of Mt. Everest is not the farthest point from Earth’s center.

Earth is not a perfect sphere, but is a bit thicker at the Equator due to the centrifugal force created by the planet’s constant rotation. Because of this, the highest point above Earth’s center is the peak of Ecuador’s Mount Chimborazo, located just one degree south of the Equator where Earth’s bulge is greatest. The summit of Chimborazo is 20,564 feet above sea level. However, due to the Earth’s bulge, the summit of Chimborazo is over 6,560 feet farther from the center of the Earth than Everest’s peak. That makes Chimborazo the closest point on Earth to the stars.  

You may be surprised to learn that Everest is not the tallest mountain on Earth, either. That honor belongs to Mauna Kea, a volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii. Mauna Kea originates deep beneath the Pacific Ocean, and rises more than 32,800 feet from base to peak."


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Seth Dixon's curator insight, May 25, 2016 6:42 PM

I've tried to answer this question without any visual aids and there is always at least one confused look in the class.  This infographic is the most straightforward way to give the 'long' answer to a seemingly simple question, "what is the tallest mountain on Earth?"  It all depends on how you measure it and what your reference point is.   

 

Tags: physicalEcuador, Nepal.

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Video > guía rápida de las ondas gravitacionales

Video > guía rápida de las ondas gravitacionales | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
Ayesha publicó este vídeo explicativo a modo de Guía rápida de las ondas gravitacionales, esas curiosas oscilaciones en el espacio–tiempo que inundan los confines del universo.

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Comprueba cómo se verá el eclipse del día 21 en cualquier zona del mundo

Comprueba cómo se verá el eclipse del día 21 en cualquier zona del mundo | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
Como muchos de vosotros sabréis, el próximo día 21 de agosto tendrá lugar el esperado eclipse total en Estados Unidos. Gracias a la aplicación web

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Las nueve personas que mantienen las sondas Voyager en funcionamiento

Las nueve personas que mantienen las sondas Voyager en funcionamiento | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
El 20 de agosto de 1977 la NASA lanzaba la sonda Voyager 2 con destino Júpiter y Saturno, aunque en una trayectoria que luego le permitiría continuar su misión visitando Urano y Neptuno o Plutón. Dieciséis días después la seguía su gemela la Voyager 1, que tenía como objetivo estudiar Júpiter y Saturno.

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8 Great TED Talks to Teach Students about Climate Change

8 Great TED Talks to Teach Students about Climate Change | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it

While climate change is a hotly debated topic especially in mainstream media yet a lot of people are not well aware of its deep implications on the life of species on the planet earth. The major part of climate change is caused by human activity (e.g pollution, deforestation, burning fossil fuels…etc) leading thus to a huge increase  in the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. The result: unexpected change of weather patterns with an unusual global warming.


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How Eratosthenes calculated the Earth's circumference

"In the mid-20th century we began launching satellites into space that would help us determine the exact circumference of the Earth: 40,030 km. But over 2000 years earlier, a man in Ancient Greece came up with nearly the exact same figure using just a stick and his brain."


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Seth Dixon's curator insight, November 1, 2016 1:19 PM

Eratosthenes is often referred to as the "father of geography" for creating meridians and parallels on his maps to organize global information, classifying climatic zones, and as shown in the video, calculating the circumference of the Earth. Plus, he coined the terms so he gets the credit. If you have never pondered the meaning of the word "geometry," the accomplishments of Eratosthenes will certainly show that the mathematical prowess was at the heart of expanding our collective geographic knowledge (additionally, here is a retro Carl Sagan in a video clip from Cosmos that inspired this clip).    

 

Tagsmapping, math, locationSTEM, historical.

ROCAFORT's curator insight, November 18, 2016 3:07 AM
How Eratosthenes calculated the Earth's circumference
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Data USA

Data USA | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
The most comprehensive visualization of U.S. public data. Data USA provides an open, easy-to-use platform that turns data into knowledge.

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Lilydale High School's curator insight, November 5, 2016 6:23 PM
Data about many aspects of places, industry, education in the US.
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Data USA
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Perú libera miles de tortugas bebé en la selva en un esfuerzo por salvar la especie

Perú libera miles de tortugas bebé en la selva en un esfuerzo por salvar la especie | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
Las autoridades ambientales peruanas devolverán a 500.000 tortugas bebé a la naturaleza a mediados de noviembre, dijeron las autoridades.

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Growth of underwater cables that power the web

Growth of underwater cables that power the web | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it

"The map above, created with data from Telegeography, shows how those cables have developed since 1990. Most existing cables were constructed during a period of rapid growth in the mid-2000’s. This was followed by a gap of several years during which companies steadily exhausted the available capacity. Over the last few years, explosive new demand, driven by streaming video, has once again jumpstarted the the construction of new cables."


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Sally Egan's curator insight, October 26, 2016 5:58 PM
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Growth of underwater cables that power the web
Lee Hancock's curator insight, November 1, 2016 5:42 PM

Telecommunication linkages between continents, regions and cities. Note the strength of the trans-atlantic connections. These communication linkages enable communication between these areas.

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Todos los mapas que conoces están mal

Todos los mapas que conoces están mal | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
El sur puede estar arriba y no pasa nada.

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Raúl Luna's curator insight, October 21, 2016 11:46 AM

¿Cuál es la proyección más fidedigna? Pregunta difícil de contestar porque todas introducen distorsiones, empezando por la arbtitraria asociación de norte con arriba.

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LA EXTRAORDINARIA INVENCIÓN FENICIA DEL ALFABETO

LA EXTRAORDINARIA INVENCIÓN FENICIA DEL ALFABETO | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it
La invención de la escritura alfabética se viene atribuyendo a los fenicios. Alrededor del siglo X a.C., ya han quedado plenament
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Four maps that explain the chaos of the Middle East

Four maps that explain the chaos of the Middle East | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it

"Without trying to defend or absolve U.S. policy, then, it is worth stepping back to ask what shared historical experiences might have left these four countries — Iraq, Syria, Libya and Yemen — particularly at risk of violent collapse. The following maps help highlight how, at various points over the past century, historical circumstances conspired, in an often self-reinforcing way, to bolster the stability of some states in the region while undermining that of others."


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Kelly Bellar's curator insight, October 22, 2016 9:30 AM

These maps are not cartographically inspiring, but the it's the historical and political insight that makes them valuable. The goal of this set of maps is to find some underlying causal reasons for political stability(or more importantly instability) in the Middle East. These four maps focus on these key issues:

1. Century-old states are more stable today

2. Colonial rule led to fragile states

3. Instability and regime change

4. The shadow of the Cold War

 

Tags: MiddleEast, war, conflict, political, geopoliticshistorical.

Katie Kershaw's curator insight, March 28, 1:49 PM
From the western perspective, it's easier just to assume the Middle East is constantly in conflict purely out of their own fault.  However, the story is more complicated than that and much of the conflict in the area is due to involvement from the west.  These four maps show the different factors that impact the countries in the Middle East.  The first one shows that countries that were fully formed states for longer, tend to be more stable.  This makes sense because they haven't had outside influence for longer and have had more time to create stronger governments.  Looking at just this map, it seems like Iran and Egypt should be more stable than Saudi Arabia today.  However, this map doesn't tell the whole story.  The second map shows the types of colonial rule that each country was under in recent history.  Turkey was the only country in the region that was able to stay fully independent.  Iraq, Libya, Syria, and Israel are some of the countries that were under full colonization.  Not surprisingly, the struggles they had to gain their independence still effects the stability of these countries today.  This shows that the involvement from outsiders has had negative, long-term effects on the area and that the west is not free from blame of what is happening in the Middle East.  The third map differentiates between the countries that changed regimes after World War II and those that did not.  There is a correlation between which countries experienced the change and the countries that are the least stable today.  The final map shows which countries were pro-western, pro-Soviet, or shifted alignments during the Cold War.  Once again the outside influence of both the west and in this case the Soviet Union, lead to further divide in the region.  The history and shifting geography of the Middle East in just the last hundred years helps to give insight to how the region has become as conflicted in some countries, yet stable in others.
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Mekong Delta fights losing battle against salt water

Vietnam's rice region is facing the worst drought to date. Over half a million people have been affected, and the country could lose one million tons of its staple food.Leaders of six countries along the Mekong River met in China to discuss the relief measures.

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Seth Dixon's curator insight, August 18, 2016 2:49 PM

Economic progress for some often entails job loss and environmental degradation for others.  As dams upstream are slowing the flow of the Mekong River, the low-lying delta that is a rich agricultural region is facing the ocean water that is moving further inland.  The once isolated and remote Mekong is experiencing some impacts of globalization. 

 

Tags: fluvial, waterVietnamagriculture, SouthEastAsia.

Douglas Vance's curator insight, April 20, 1:18 PM
The location of the pristine rice growing lands on the Mekong delta have also put that very land at risk for destruction. The slow of the flow of water from upstream has allowed saltwater to permeate inland and destroy enormous swaths of land by making them impossible to grow rice due to the salt. For a country like Vietnam that is so heavily dependent on rice exports in a globalized economy, this loss of production could prove to be devastating. 
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Who Lies More?

Who Lies More? | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it

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The world’s most spoken languages

The world’s most spoken languages | HISTORIA Y GEOGRAFÍA VIVAS | Scoop.it

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Seth Dixon's curator insight, August 17, 2016 11:31 AM

This infographic is a great way to visualize the dominant languages on Earth.  Since this only counts one language per person, mother tongues are listed.  Consequently, lingua franca's such as English and France are smaller than you might have presumed them to be.  

 

Tags: language, culture, infographic.

ROCAFORT's curator insight, October 8, 2016 2:39 AM
The world’s most spoken languages