40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World

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  1. K.martinek@sbcglobal.net says:

    Really neat website.

    • Marion Brown says:

      I was using google street view researching Beijing, China. Your map does not indicate that it has street view there. You missed the mark here.

    • judy says:

      who’s Ludekris? and who care if they have hoes?

      • rick cave says:

        Ludacris is a Hip-Hop artist (Chris “Ludacris” Bridges) who playes the character Tez on the Fast and Furious movies. He has a song call “I got hoes (in different area codes).

      • jay says:

        that one was put in there more as a joke lol
        plus they missed all the area codes out side of the USA :-P
        funny song but thats about it :)

        • di says:

          I was genuinely interested until I had to read one more misogamist reference, (Ludacris), and then the usual knee jerk explanation that it was meant as a joke.

          • dafox says:

            d’uh!

          • dafox says:

            reading inside the internet is about to filter what’s interesting for you and what’s not, a l l t h e t i m e ! but, yeah, go on and declare all information as rubbish, because there is a map about a topic your damn too sensitive for. accept the fact, people are all different and your perfect life is a complete exeption from all the sinners around you :D

      • James says:

        You really can’t spell his name right, when it is in the title? But you care about a joke map making fun of a song? Have you ever heard of google? It might help you find out who people are, and why people care if they have hoes (You see, throughout evolution, males are wired to spread their seed as much as possible in order to increase the likelihood of the species survival. Therefore, the more hoes in different area codes, the better job they did).

      • Sam says:

        BAhahahaha

      • gm0n3y says:

        I couldn’t figure out what “H*es” was supposed to be. Hoe isn’t exactly a commonly used word in my vocabulary.

  2. Awesomely informative and super-interesting.

  3. Werner Kahle says:

    Some corrections for Germany:
    Germany was never invaded by Britain, it was invaded by the US forces, combined with French and British troops.
    Streetview is not available all over Germany, only in some Big city’s.
    The most common surname in Germany is Schmidt.
    The alcohol consumption is 9.85 ltr.
    Bribery is on the same level in Germany, Belgium, France, UK, Netherlands and USA.

    • JohnDoe says:

      Several sources list Muller as the common surname, and by a considerable margin. The WHO puts alcohol consumption at 12.8 liters. Street view is available in the 20 largest cities — the 21st has fewer than 200,000 people.

      • WellYeah says:

        Schmidt can have different spellings. If you count them as the same name, it is more common than Müller.

        I live in a German city with 240 000 people and there is no street view here. There are 39 cities in Germany with more than 200 000 people.

    • TeriTremper says:

      You should not take such a a short view of history – here are the results of someone who spend two years researching the issue of Britain’s incursions into the rest of the world http://www.telegraph.co.uk/history/9653497/British-have-invaded-nine-out-of-ten-countries-so-look-out-Luxembourg.html

    • Kreuzschnabel says:

      Sorry Werner, but Müller is indeed (by far) the most common surname in Germany – even though most Germans think it’s Schmidt. http://www.onomastik.com/haeufige_familiennamen1.php gives some nice background infos on surnames.

    • Neil Brocklehurst says:

      Britain did invade Germany a few times in the 12-1400s

      • Fletcher says:

        Germany did not exist in the 12-1400s.

        • Perry says:

          Was there a big hole there for 200 years?

          • Matt says:

            Germany did not exist until 1871. While Germanic lands existed for centuries, they mostly existed within Prussia, Austria, Bavaria, Russia, etc, etc. Unification was attempted in1848 and failed, then formed after the Franco-Prussian war of 1871. Most of Europe didn’t have “nations” that matched “languages/culture” the late 19th century and after WWI, for sure, when 4 empires finally collapsed into actual nation-states that matched languages and cultures.

    • DaGaffer says:

      Of course the British invaded Germany. The fact that the Americans, Soviets and French did as well is irrelevant to the logic of the map.

      Besides the British had been on German territory before, War of The Spanish Succession (1704) to name just one example.

    • Craig says:

      Many maps need more explanation, and you can zoom in !

    • Jason says:

      So England DIDN’T invade Germany in 1945 during the final push to end WWII? I guess all those British troops were in the US Army?
      What about when England invaded Germany hundreds of years ago?….. only back then, Germany was a loosely networked coalition of kingdoms which became known as Prussia.

      • gary says:

        Prussia was only one of the kingdoms – albeit the largest – of the “old germany”. Bismark (Prussia) led the consolidation of the last 33 german states in 1870-ish. He didn’t want Austria as part of the “greater Germany” because of the Magyar speaking slavs (Hungarians). That’s why Austria never became a part of Germany until 1940. Of course, that was reversed in 1945.

        • Non-magyar speaking Slav says:

          Slavs are not Magyar-speaking. Slavs are not Hungarians and Hungarians are not Slavs. The languages are so far apart that it’s hilarious that you’d put them together in that way. You’ve obviously no idea what you’re talking about there.

          And the leaving out of Austria didn’t have to do just with Austria’s non-German possessions, but also with the fact that Prussia and Austria were rivals in the run for German unification, and that Prussia could not unseat the Hapsburgs from their Austrian throne.

    • Ryan says:

      I’m pretty sure it doesn’t specify if they were with other countries in their invasion of Germany. Besides it’s not labeled Germany on the map. It’s only the territories. So all previous invasions before Germany was Germany do count regardless of what it’s called at the time.

  4. Remco Bosch says:

    Of course the British army invaded you, thank God they did!
    Canadians, US, Polish, ANZAC (ozzie &NZ), Indians, Russians…

    Great collection of maps, shame you ran out of ideas (maps) towards the end (no 36 is not that funny)..

  5. Kahler Werne says:

    I correct, nr. 36 is the funniest of all the maps

  6. Miika says:

    Just a little correction: British never unvaded Finland. Only Germans and Russian were fighting on Finnish soil.

    • Suzanne says:

      I don’t think Finland was invaded by Britain either. Maybe where the original sourse mentioned not invading Sweden, Finland was part of Sweden then? Finland has had a very confusing history.

    • Ralph says:

      Crimean War (October 1853 – February 1856)

      • Lasse says:

        The British did attack naval fortifications in Finland, but they never invaded anything.

        • Lalla says:

          The map of the so called “British invasions” is misleading because it is based on a book that captured data to make Britain more “successful” in their sea ventures. It doesn’t refer to the building of the empire in itself, the author refers to any expedition that had the approval of the Crown, and he is putting on some make up to it to make it sound more majestic. Ex. If a pirate (approved by the crown) took “control” of 200 sq feet of Finland (or Mexico, or Germany or a lot of other countries in the book) for let say 2 days, the author would put Finland with its entire 130, 666 sq MILES under “British control”… or if Sweden was attacked by British military forces at a time when Finland’s south western part was part of the Swedish crown, then the same game applies: all Finland is considered to be invaded by the Brits…

          • HeavyHearted says:

            Sigh. Nations that Britain invaded is neither majestic nor celebratory. I read the map as how sad that Britain thought it was appropriate to try and force their views on 90 percent of the globe. The map doesn’t say controlled or successful, it says invaded. Places where the

          • gm0n3y says:

            It would probably be better if it was labeled “countries Britain has attacked”.

    • DogMa says:

      Because WW II is the only war that ever happened.

      • Robyn Ryan says:

        Lol. That and the American civil war.

        The chart of McDonald’s map shows Iceland as McD free, then shows it as one of the most expensive. Can’t have both.

        The up side-down map is my fave.

        • McSerb says:

          It also shows (I think) e.g. Serbia without McDonald’s, whereas Serbia has had several McDonald’s restaurants since at least the 1980s (and now they are all over the place). These maps sure are fun, but I wouldn’t believe all of their data…

    • gary says:

      Some Norwegians fought alongside the Nazis in an attempt to keep communism from spreading to Finland. They were not treated well after the war.

  7. Sheridan Rae Shoemaker says:

    Thanks, Terry! I love learning new “stuff”. Really enjoy your facebook page. I’m not good at it so am glad you do such a good job of it. Sheridan R. Shoemaker, Federal Highway Administration, SD Division.

  8. Joe says:

    Map 5 shows Iceland as blue, meaning a country that does not have McDonald’s, But it also lists Iceland as having one of the most expensive burgers at McDonald’s.

  9. kathy says:

    Iceland used to have a McDonald’s but it closed. So the map and price are likely both accurate but the price is historic, nor present.

  10. Walter Fox says:

    Being a “map guy”, this is SO cool!

  11. captainmarvel says:

    that british invasion map is total bullshit. Britain never invaded Japan, nor most of the countries in Europe.
    the other maps are really interesting tho

    • ryan says:

      If I hadnt gotten married in Kagoshima I might have tried to think about in WWII but I actually got married at the Shimadzu clan estate which was an integral part of the battle with the brits.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bombardment_of_Kagoshima

    • Daniel B says:

      Kagoshima wasn’t an invasion though.

      • J Pea says:

        Kagoshima was definitely a British military victory engaged on Japanese soil, which I would consider an invasion. Are you sure you’re not thinking of occupation, instead?

        • Fletcher says:

          So we are to believe absolutely that a military victory engaged on Japanese soil is considered an ‘invasion’, because you consider it to be so.

    • DaGaffer says:

      To be honest, the criteria for British “invasions” is pretty broad; it includes every raid, every attack on a town by privateers, and battles where the British were part of other alliances. Britain still covers more countries than anyone else, but if you did the same exercise for Spain or the US you’d a surprisingly large list for each as well.

    • Doffen says:

      There are several other examples as well of countries Great Britain did not invade.

      Obviously it’s supposed to be which countries the British have been at war with.

    • Laurie Malone says:

      Then what was i doing as a member of the British Landing force which occupied Yokosuka Naval Dockyard in 1945?

  12. chris says:

    Great maps overall, but I do believe USA has a form of paid maternity leave available.

    • Diana says:

      To this day, there’s still no paid maternal leaves, only grant absent 6 to 12 weeks according to FMLA.

      • william says:

        that is PAID maternity leave…USA does not have PAID sick leave or PAID vacation time either…they are mandated by gov’t law…but totally between master and servant

    • Robin says:

      The US has the Family Medical Leave Act which provides for 12 weeks of UNPAID leave (if your company is big enough and if you’ve been there a year). Only if you are lucky enough to have a company that gives you sick leave and/or vacation, or provides a short term disability plan, would you get paid.

      • Brian says:

        This is a problem with the data – it apparently only counts mandatory paid leave, which implies government-sponsored or mandated. Many companies in the U.S. voluntarily pay maternity leave. What I don’t know is what percentage of the people have this available. The map is somewhat misleading in that by having a completely different color it implies that there is zero paid maternity leave in the U.S.

        • Jeanette says:

          Right – the map is likely government mandated paid maternity, and we don’t have that here in ‘merica. I work for a city government institution and we just got 8 weeks paid leave 2 years ago, and we’re the ONLY one in the city to have paid leave. My friend had to use all her sick time and vacation time to get barely a month off.

      • susie says:

        Considering the US has the highest overall pay in the world, perhaps people can use some of that to take a leave. Many companies pay maternity leave in the US and some states require it. Some states also offer unemployment benefits for maternity leave.

        • kate says:

          I can’t imagine that unemployment could be legally used for maternity leave since you cannot use it if you voluntarily left employment (sometimes there is an exemption if you were forced to leave due to illegal activity), are unable to work or are unavailable to work. Maternity leave would seem to violate some or all of those. That being said, my mil had a sympathetic employer lay her off halfway through her pregnancy. That was in the mid-1960’s and to keep her benefits she had to go to interviews with her pregnant belly every week. Strangely enough, no one ever hired her, lol. Not really legal though.

          The real shame is that the lowest paid employees-those least likely to have paid vacation or sick leave, or for that matter savings to fall back on–are also the ones least likely to have maternity leave. I know many women who scrimp to manage even 3 or 4 weeks off.

        • John D says:

          I agree. The maternity leave thing is extremely misleading. It makes the U.S. look like monsters, but in reality it’s simply not government-mandated. Doesn’t mean it isn’t a common practice. I’m taking every map in this list with a grain of salt.

          • Kate says:

            It’s the fact that it isn’t government mandated in US that’s important. The fact that some companies do it anyway is just luck. A country that is willing to leave people behind isn’t the same as one that mandates coverage for its citizens.

    • Caroline says:

      The article is referring to national legislation, not state- or company-level policies. There are certainly some companies in the U.S. that have paid maternity leave, but in 2012 only 11% of private sector employees and 17% of public employees had access to paid maternity leave through their employer. For lower wage workers (in the bottom quarter of national wages), those numbers drop to just 5% and 14%, respectively. The Family and Medical Leave Act, which is the “closest” (not really close at all) thing the U.S. has to maternity leave allows for 12 weeks of UNPAID leave and, as Robin said in her comment, does not apply to all workers. You have to be a full-time employee at a company with more than 50 workers, and you have to have at least one year of full-time work at that company before you qualify for FMLA. Currently, only 3 states plus the District of Columbia have anything that could be considered universal coverage for maternity leave; in these states, childbirth is designated as a temporary disability which guarantees mothers paid leave through temporary disability insurance provisions (temporary disability insurance exists nationwide, but childbirth does not qualify as a disability and thus maternity leave is not covered unless you live in one of the states with a law stating that childbirth/maternity leave must be covered). California, New Jersey, and Washington have legislation that requires private-sector employers to pay partial replacement rates for maternity leave, but not full wages. Other than that, unless your employer has a really good paid maternity leave policy, you are on your own. It’s really embarrassing that we have not improved this yet, as there are major economic, social, and health benefits associated with paid maternity leave. According to UNICEF, our lack of maternity leave provisions, along with other inferior policies and systemic factors, contributes to our ranking of 26th out of 29 “peer” nations on measures of child well-being. IMO, it’s unacceptable that we have not addressed this yet.

      • Callie says:

        Very well said, Caroline! I totally agree… It is such a shame (and, quite frankly, an embarrassment) that this has not been improved. I would love to jump on my soapbox of topics loosely related to this – but you said pretty much all I would’ve said (and, thank the lord, you said it in a way that implies you have some common sense about you and – icing on the cake – you use correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation, so we know you can be relied on)! Thank you! Now if only we could get someone with the power to change this to listen!

      • susie says:

        Overall the US pays higher wages than other countries and leaves the responsibility for maturity leave in the hands of the people earning the wages.

      • Sarah says:

        I just finished my thesis on this subject and I would LOVE to know where you got these numbers. You are seriously under-reporting percentages of private and public sector maternity assistance offered, and throwing around big words only fooled some of us. The reality is much higher, as much as 70% of private sector, for starters. But hey, what do I know, I only spent the past year researching it. Read and learn – http://www.cepr.net/documents/publications/parental_2011_08.pdf

    • Cheryl says:

      The US has notoriously NOT had a program for paid maternity leave. This is actually a huge detriment to our society as many mothers place their children in high cost day care centers far too early out of necessity. Yes, some major companies may offer paid maternity leave if you have been there a while. However, this benefits only those who have jobs at these companies. The vast majority of people in the United States do not have this available to them, sadly.

    • Socrates says:

      It would be interesting to have a map of countries where people are paid NOT to work.

      • maryam says:

        do you mean like stockholders and people who delibratly crash cumpanies and take a lot of money, or do you mean people who let uthers work harder for less pay?

      • gary says:

        I believe Norway would be first in line there. I’m an American ex-pat in Norway, working as a teacher, involved in city council work. I am continuously amazed at how many people choose unemployment ahead of employment, or even worse, the amount of young men and women aged 20-23 who choose disability ahead of a life in the workforce. And they get away with it – and the numbers are rising. The evils of social-democracy, my friends.

    • jon says:

      There’s no FEDERAL law, but there are state, county, city laws.

      For example, state employees of California get 6 weeks off

  13. Patrick R says:

    One massive problem has gone unnoticed: most of these maps are Mercator Projection, and most of the others are variations on it. The Mercator is quite possibly the most distorted map still in use, although the National Geographic Society (U.S.) used a map for decades that was almost as bad. It is only the World’s Population by Longitude map that uses the most accurate in terms of actual area of land mass. In this map, Greenland is indeed close to 1/14 the size of Africa, which is its size in reality. (The Mercator Projection was intended as a navigational map for Europeans; therefore, it greatly expands all the areas that Europeans were expected to travel most to give especially the coastlines more detail.) Even the map turned “upside down” to show the arbitrariness of orientation, and therefore meant to “blow our minds” a bit, uses the Mercator, so Greenland still appears to be virtually the same size as Africa!

    Next time, do everyone a favor and start with choosing a far more accurate projection FIRST.

    For more on this, the Wikipedia article on projections is actually a pretty good start: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_map_projections

  14. Mark Prior says:

    Greenland has it’s own flag and doesn’t use the Danish one.

  15. Mark says:

    Could someone please tell the gentleman with the back tattoo that Alaska is part of the United States?

    • Eli says:

      Are you kidding? He’s obviously not counting it because Alaska is not contiguous with the rest of the U.S.

      • Mjflan says:

        You two must be talking about something other than what I’m thinking because I see Alaska on his back! I’m guessing you’re talking about something else!

        • Kat says:

          Yes Alaska is there, that’s not the point…Mark’s point was Alaska is part of the US…the rest of the US map is colored in, but he didn’t color in Alaska as if it was a separate country.

  16. Callum says:

    How can Iceland have no McDonalds, yet have some of the highest McDonalds prices…

  17. Justin says:

    Just wanted you to know that in the USA we drive on the LEFT side. In map 8, USA is covered in red.

  18. Peter says:

    Iran doesn’t speak or write in Arabic. It is Persian/Farsi.

    • Chris says:

      The Persian/Farsi (and for that matter, Dari) alphabet are all based on Arabic script. You’re right that the languages are totally different, but the script is nearly identical (with three extra letters in Farsi).

  19. David Ramsey says:

    Some data, such as incidence of bribery, derive from what is reported. Thus countries such as Austria, rooted in a culture which keeps scrupulous records, have a higher level of criminality than Mongolia, where possibly the bureaucrats who keep the records can themselves be bribed. Simultaneously, in Austria perhaps another group is at work bribing the bureaucrats to leave the raw statistics alone. A realistic view is that all politicians are crooked, national and statistical differences thus arising only from the legitimacy of the records per se.

  20. melissa says:

    a correction about the invasion of Britain, Britain never ever invaded Honduras or any central american country. They were invaded by Spain and some others in south america by Portugal.

    • Neil Brocklehurst says:

      “Invaded” does not equal “Conquered”

      Britain invaded central american countries repeatedly, they just didn’t win

    • Craig says:

      English was commonly spoken the the eastern ‘rimland’ of Nicaragua and Costa Rica’s plantation regions…

    • brian says:

      Is Belize no longer a part of Central America? Last time I was there it was still part of the commonwealth, with the Queen on their coins.

    • GregH says:

      Wrong. In 1643 England launched an expedition that destroyed Trujillo and they fought the Spanish in that area repeatedly several times after then due to their conquest of and then colonization of what was known as the Mosquito coast and is now known as Belize, which the UK held for centuries.

  21. Correct says:

    The British invasion map does not mean literal invasion.

    “The remainder have been included because the British were found to have achieved some sort of military presence in the territory – however transitory – either through force, the threat of force, negotiation or payment.
    Incursions by British pirates, privateers or armed explorers have also been included, provided they were operating with the approval of their government.
    So, many countries which once formed part of the Spanish empire and seem to have little historical connection with the UK, such as Costa Rica, Ecuador and El Salvador, make the list because of the repeated raids they suffered from state-sanctioned British sailors.”

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/history/9653497/British-have-invaded-nine-out-of-ten-countries-so-look-out-Luxembourg.html

  22. joe blow says:

    Interesting tattoo. Does he not consider Alaska part of the United States? and what happens when countries change borders?

  23. Libby says:

    Sorry, but Morocco has McDonalds.

  24. Marco Polo says:

    You need to add maps that help people understand the size of countries/continents…

    Something like this:
    http://flowingdata.com/2010/10/18/true-size-of-africa/

  25. Madi says:

    Ok, I’ve seen #17 several times now and that one is pure BS. The top grossing jobs in the US are in health care (Anesthesiologists, Surgeons, Gynecology) and in Business Chief Executives of F500 companies.

  26. Cory says:

    I enjoyed reading many of these inflammatory comments nearly as much as I did your maps. Don’t let them get to you, old boy, you did a great job. I verily enjoyed this.

    • techpixie says:

      Heartily seconded on both counts!

    • Craig says:

      Me too, very nice. No map is perfect … by their nature they can’t be, but their study and construction are fascinating and crucial to understanding the world. Here’s my plug for being a college geography major. And geography provides great jobs in both public and private sectors. Especially compared to the revered history degree which is wonderful, but not so employment oriented.

  27. Fati says:

    Interesting maps ! One correction on map 5 they are severals Mac Donald’s in Marroco but NOT in Algeria.
    Algeria asked to the company that all products should be from the country and not imported, wich was refused.

  28. metalgarth says:

    Can we all drop the lie that the US doesn’t use the metric system? Look at any container of any liquid product: METRIC MEASUREMENTS. Look at the nutritional data on any product METRIC MEASUREMENTS. It is true that the US doesn’t use the metric system exclusively but to imply we don’t use it all is BOLD FACED LIE

    • trueptbo says:

      The US usesFahrenheit. You use miles. You use gallons and quarts. Your argument is actually completely wrong. So they list metric measurements on some things? This doesn’t equate to ADOPTING the metric system.

      • Cringeworthy says:

        This is a question of semantics. The title of the map is not “Countries that have not adopted the metric system.” It is “Countries That Do Not Use the Metric System.” While it seems fairly clear that the intent was to show countries that have not adopted the metric system as the official system of measurement, the title is a bit misleading.

        • Cringeworthy says:

          And unless you live/have lived in the US for some time, you have little understanding concerning how widespread the use of the metric system is, regardless of product labeling. In spite of our government’s unrealistic resistance to the change, metric measurements are being used more and more as time goes by.

          • The_Liberal_Narcissist says:

            Their resistance is not really unrealistic, it is mainly a matter of finances. In order to officially adopt the system we would have to spend an awful lot of money changing signs, literature, media, etc. However it is definitely true that some segments of America are completely dependent on the metric system, and thankfully, most scientific research is included in them. Other than whoever calculated where that satellite was supposed to land on Mars of course…

          • Jeanette says:

            Science uses metric, but that’s it as far as I know. I love me my inches and miles! I don’t care if metric is easier!

          • Nomanom says:

            There was a movement to adopt metric in the USA in the late 60’s/early 70’s. I was in elementary school at the time and we were told by our science teacher that now we had to all use metric. Fine with us, we were only kids and didn’t have much of a concept of measuring in any particular units. Same thing the next year too. Apparently it was part of some worldwide agreement or movement at the time. Then a couple of years later we were told forget it, you’re not using metric anymore. I wonder who made that decision. That would have been the time to stick with metric and get the change overwith. Now it’s probably too late.

          • GregH says:

            The US uses metric in several ways: 1. In many liquids, particularly beverages. While you buy a 12 oz can of soda you buy a 1 or 2 Liter bottle (not quarts). You buy 12 oz individual bottles of beer but craft beers that come in bigger bottles generally come in 750ml bottles. Wine comes in 750ml. Hard Liquor comes in pints and half pints but then in 750ml, 1lL and 1.75L bottles. So liquid measurements are all mixed up, generally with smaller containers being in non-metric measurements and larger containers being metric. 2. Most illicit drug deals in the US are made in grams. 3. Much engineering and other science uses it. 4. Some gym equipment, Cybex/Nautilus type weight training stuff often either gives both metric and standard or just standard but I’ve seen in several gyms in the US some machines that only give kg not lb. 5. legal drugs are done in metric. You buy 500mg advils, not however many grains that would be. 6. I’m sure on some of the measurements we use metric without me even realizing it. 7. In only a handful of applications do we use anything other than metric for measurements of power. Watts predominate over BTUs or Horsepower which are both used quite rarely outside of discussing heaters, stoves, garage door openers or car engines. 8. In electric current we use Amps as our unit, which is the metric unit. And I’m sure I’m missing some.

          • gary says:

            I’m a born and bred American who has been living in Norway for 27 of the past 31 years. I’ve had to adopt the metric system. Now I am planning on moving home and actually visit a family a couple times of year. This summer I am planning on building a storage shed in the back yard for them. I am NOT looking forward to using inches. Metric is better. I never thought that I would ever admit that back in high school when they tried to forcefeed us with it.

            While most products also list the contents in metric (I just brought two one liter bottles of mouthwash back to Norway with me – saved a boatload of money!), no one goes out for a liter of milk. They either go out for a gallon – or for a carton (usually meaning a gallon).

      • Chris says:

        Celsius may be the scale used by SI, but it isn’t a metric unit (Kelvin is, making Celsius a derived unit – exactly as arbitrary as Fahrenheit is).

        All other measurements are used essentially interchangeably. We buy fizzy drinks in liters and milk in quarts (and they’re within 10% of each other, so what does it matter?). Because of international markets, nearly all of our products contain both standard and metric measurements (our 12oz cans are clearly marked as also being 355mL), we give children medicine measured in tsp or in mL (1tsp is 5mL btw).

        Effectively the only way we don’t use both is in football and roadsigns (yards and miles, respectively).

        Our military uses metric distance when performing a “battle zero” at 25m/300m, while civilian shooters go to ranges that use yards. (though yards and meters are also within 10% of each other, so they can also be used essentially interchangeably)

    • SamLang says:

      The next time you drive 3 kilometers to your local McDonalds and order a Royale with Cheese and a liter of Coke, you let me know.

      • Well to be fair I just poured my drink from a 2 liter of Mountain Dew in California =P But no we have not adopted the metric system, and it will take a long time for us to do so as we have a history of rebelling against things the British do since 1776. Fact is though that our system is far less accurate.

        • Stoo says:

          Guess who invented the Imperial measurements? The Brits. Not doing a good job of rebelling now are we.

        • triggerfin says:

          Then why do we use MPH on our roads, *just like they do in Britain*?

        • dan says:

          Imperial is more accurate than metric. Metric is just easier for the dumbing down of the world. I work in very small measurements and imperial is much more accurate. one tenth of a millimeter is .004″ so how can you measure something accurately like that?

          • Kristo says:

            It’s easier to measure one tenth of a millimeter than measure 0.004″ though.

          • Andrew L says:

            Just because your tools measure in inches doesn’t mean it’s more accurate. .004″ is 0.1016mm. It’s pretty simple.

            The nice part is that you don’t need to remember all the differences. It’s ridiculous. A foot is 12 inches, a yard is 3 feet, a mile is 1760 yards…a decimeter is 10 centimeters, a meter is 10 decimeters. A kilometer is 100 meters. Then you switch to something other than distance, like the volume of liquids, or weight. You can use ounces to measure weight and liquid, but it’s completely different. There are 8 ounces in a cup but 16 ounces in a pound. What kind of sense does that make?

        • DogMa says:

          British, Irish and aericans are the only people I have to translate metric into imperial. Good job, rebel.

          • vesey says:

            have the courtesy to use caps with America too. Being intentionally offensive is a sign of immaturity. How old are you anyway ??

      • Breezy says:

        Which side are you even taking Sam Lang? Many people in the U.S. can drive 3 kilometers to McDonalds and order a liter of coke, in fact we measure coke in liters here. I have no idea what a Royale is, but I’m guessing they only have it in Britain which has nothing to do with the metric system whatsoever. I think people should change their views on things and instead of looking down on someone who does things different and trying to change them so everyone is the same, we should try and learn about each other and accept everyone as we are all human beings on the planet Earth.

      • GregH says:

        Yea, we definitely do use liters when we measure soda in many cases. Look at the supermarket its 1 and 2 and rarely but still sometimes 3 Liter bottles of soda guy. We also buy our hard liquor and our wine and our expensive craft beers in 750ml bottles.

    • James Mason says:

      The metric system has been the official system of the USA since 1866. The military uses it as do scientific concerns. It is common in sports. But in day to day life the older English system dominates. I don’t believe there’s a single non-metric tool in my garage…..

      • Nos hit says:

        The federal government uses the metric system. The metric conversion act of the 80s. 30% of private industry as well. Map 2 is incorrect. I’m with you.

    • Craig says:

      For most everyday issues, most people in the US are fairly unfamiliar with the metric system, except where it comes to 2 litre bottles of pop.

  29. CharlieB says:

    Washington DC should have been pointed out as being a big hot spot for bribery.

  30. Marcelo says:

    Brazil was never invaded by Britain. Unless you consider a musical invasion. :)

    • John H says:

      You have to click through to the source to see the criteria:
      ” Only a comparatively small proportion of the total in Mr Laycock’s list of invaded states actually formed an official part of the empire.

      The remainder have been included because the British were found to have achieved some sort of military presence in the territory – however transitory – either through force, the threat of force, negotiation or payment.

      Incursions by British pirates, privateers or armed explorers have also been included, provided they were operating with the approval of their government.

      So, many countries which once formed part of the Spanish empire and seem to have little historical connection with the UK, such as Costa Rica, Ecuador and El Salvador, make the list because of the repeated raids they suffered from state-sanctioned British sailors.”

    • Neil Brocklehurst says:

      “Invaded” does not equal “conquered”

  31. Lynn says:

    Loved the maps. Some people with corrections or complaints should try a little tact and just state the corrections without the vehemence, it’s just not necessary. Take a breath.

  32. Oliver says:

    Credit where credit is due, #26 was generated with the USGS’s Streamer application: http://nationalatlas.gov/streamer/Streamer/streamer.html

  33. Rob says:

    Informative, except the US does offer paid maternity leave. It merely depends what sort of job you have.

  34. Mirek says:

    Just because we see few metric units on labels and some companies even use some metric units in their calculations, it does not qualify the USA as adopting or using the metric SYSTEM. The difference is enormous.

    • GregH says:

      We use metric pretty consistently in many different contexts though. So we’ve partially adopted it. Almost all measurements of power are nowadays discussed in terms of watts, for example. And it isn’t just “on labels” (like how a 12oz soda can also says its mls) it’s how sizes are determined for some things. 750ml, 1l, 1.75l, 2l are all measurements most american consumers are intimately familiar with from buying products they use daily. It is such that many americans, myself among them, when asked to think about liquid measures think in terms of oz, cup, pint, L, and gallons with a gallon approximated as “about 4 liters” in my head at least. So effectively, for me at least, the liter has replaced the quart in how I think of things. If I am looking to obtain about that amount of some liquid, I am thinking “I need a liter of X” not “I need a quart of X”. So yes, we do use many metric measurements. Really we are like the UK but just with a different amount of admixture between standard/imperial and metric (yes the UK does a lot more of the visible stuff in metric but they still, in actual usage by people in daily life use non-metric for many measurements. People are often still talked about in terms of “stone” and distances are discussed as fractions/multiples of miles, not km, at least generally.

  35. Kasia Jones says:

    Britain has never invaded Poland! I am Polish I know! They came to help us during WWII is all.

    • John H says:

      You have to click through to the source to see the criteria:
      ” Only a comparatively small proportion of the total in Mr Laycock’s list of invaded states actually formed an official part of the empire.

      The remainder have been included because the British were found to have achieved some sort of military presence in the territory – however transitory – either through force, the threat of force, negotiation or payment.

      Incursions by British pirates, privateers or armed explorers have also been included, provided they were operating with the approval of their government.

      So, many countries which once formed part of the Spanish empire and seem to have little historical connection with the UK, such as Costa Rica, Ecuador and El Salvador, make the list because of the repeated raids they suffered from state-sanctioned British sailors.”

  36. keli says:

    omg LUDA has hoes in the 904

  37. John H says:

    Instead of spamming this at each individual comment, I should just post this generally. For those disputing the British invasion map, you have to click through to the source to see the criteria:

    ” Only a comparatively small proportion of the total in Mr Laycock’s list of invaded states actually formed an official part of the empire.

    The remainder have been included because the British were found to have achieved some sort of military presence in the territory – however transitory – either through force, the threat of force, negotiation or payment.

    Incursions by British pirates, privateers or armed explorers have also been included, provided they were operating with the approval of their government.

    So, many countries which once formed part of the Spanish empire and seem to have little historical connection with the UK, such as Costa Rica, Ecuador and El Salvador, make the list because of the repeated raids they suffered from state-sanctioned British sailors.”

  38. suzie says:

    you need to go to Russia

  39. jdiz says:

    The central areas of New York City are actually denser than Paris. Paris just caps it’s city limits in a shorter radius.

  40. Branislav says:

    Kosovo is not a country,Kosovo is Serbia !!!

  41. Rexman says:

    The British invasion map obviously refers to whether or not a Beatles record was ever sold there.

  42. Boom says:

    Almost right off the bat, #2 is incorrect. Belize is also a country that doesn’t use the metric system, but I don’t see even a teeny tiny little bit of red representing them in Central America.

  43. Ur mom says:

    Hahaha. Zip codes where ludacris has hoes!?! No that’s phunny!!!

    • Nomanom says:

      I am appalled at the inaccuracies in these maps. I am one of Ludacris’s hoes and I am in area code 504 which is not colored in on the map. Just because he didn’t mention me in the song doesn’t make me take this any less seriously. I am going to write a long rant now about how inaccurate this is, because it’s important to me that every single tiny detail in a big, entertaining post about maps is perfectly accurate. In fact I think I will complain about the british invasion thing too, just because I feel like it, regardless of the fact that it has been explained over and over here.

  44. The fact that he put in a world map for a rapper makes me not believe anything this article states. sorry fella.

    • Neil Brocklehurst says:

      You have some really wierd criteria for what you believe and don’t believe

    • DogMa says:

      Only someone from the USA calls a map of the United States a “world map”.

      • vesey says:

        well at least you used caps this time……………..

      • gary says:

        I knew a teacher once who told this story: She had travelled around Europe and when she flew back to the States, she went to a bookstore to buy a world map so she could show her family where she had been. She asked for a world map. The woman at the bookstore provided her with a map of the Lower 48 states of the USA. She said, “No, I asked for a world map.” The bookstore (idiot) then asked her, “Oh! You want a map of Canada and Mexico, too?”

        True story

    • Craig says:

      Any data expressed spatially can be mapped. So why think only some subjects can be mapped while others are prohibited. Sounds a bit authoritarian to me.

  45. iliasse says:

    Correction from Morocco:

    Map 3 : Morocco was never a part of the british empire. it was invaded by romains, arabs, never british.

    Map 5: there are more than 30 McDo around the country, this map really sucks, or it’s too old, before 1980 old…

    • Jeanette says:

      *sigh* please read the comments before posting. It’s not whether they were ever part of the Empire, it’s whether, one way or another, Brittan attacked throughout history. And the Brits were feisty ones for a time, so they pretty much went around the world with armies and ships and cannons trying to take over the world.

    • DaGaffer says:

      The English occupied Tangiers from 1662 to 1684. They were also part of the Anglo-American occupying force after the Torch landings in 1942. I think you might want to re-read your history books.

  46. Wallflower says:

    I’m from Thailand and they use the metric system. Second picture is wrong.

    • jeff says:

      The wiki page lists Myanmar but highlighted Thailand. Not sure how credible someone’s world knowledge is when they don’t even know where the countries are located.

      • openroad says:

        It’s credible in this case, because that IS Myanmar. Check again. Thailand is the correct color (for metric system usage).

    • Nos hit says:

      Thank you! And so does the US. Everyone does. It’s the international standard. Some countries use more than one system. I don’t know why so many idiots fail to know this.

    • openroad says:

      What?? Thailand is the same color as all the other countries that use metric. It’s not wrong.

    • Craig says:

      Yes, Myanmar (Burma) is shaded, not Thailand. So what does this say about geography education in Thailand?

  47. Smiley says:

    Nice work I thought they were cool of course many that could not make them pick them apart. Thanks for taking the time to create.

  48. B S Kumar says:

    Wonderful!

    However, Nepal was never invaded or colonized by any foreign power.

    • Neil Brocklehurst says:

      It was invaded, just not colonised

    • DaGaffer says:

      Yes it was, Anglo-Nepal War 1814-16. The British took a third of the country! Admittedly it was mostly territory Nepal had taken from other countries, but it was still sovereign territory. Those territories are part of India to this day…

  49. Ainura says:

    There is no McDonalds in Kazakhstan, though in the map it was colored in red…

  50. DEE says:

    Okay and you said that I might need to save these maps…??? First of all who cares !!! I found the comments regarding the maps far more interesting. I just wish that I hadn’t wasted my time looking at this

    • Craig says:

      Maps show us how we are related to other places in the world. The world is more globally interconnected everyday. And you thought it was a waste of time? What is a better way of basically understanding the world through simple words, or through maps?

  51. Tom says:

    Sense???? REALLY!!!!! This is nonsense Work on something relevant, info that people really need to know.

    • Craig says:

      Are you saying there is nothing relevant mapped here? Economics, colonial invasions and influence, health care, language and writing patterns, ocean travels, etc. What is it you consider relevant to your existence here on Earth?

  52. Casey says:

    North is absolutely NOT arbitrary; or perhaps the writer of that caption has never heard of the compass and how it revolutionized travel and (dare I say) map-making.

    • Ian says:

      Compass needles have two ends, sport.

    • hipple says:

      Your comment about the compass is exactly why it is arbitrary. North and South Poles are a reference to magnetism. What we consider north is in fact the southern magnetic pole. Arbitrary if you did not know means only being relative to specific application. The existance of north as we know it is simply due to the fact that maps were being made before we had a true understanding of magnetic poles and most maps made then put the british empire (note i said empire and not britain itself) in the center of our world resulting in our false concept of north.

      • Craig says:

        And when we ‘orient’ a map to the north, are we saying we are actually ‘easting’ it? Because east used to be much more important.

  53. sirko says:

    There is no such country as White Russia. It is called Belorus!

  54. EU says:

    I’m sitting in McDonald’s in one of the countries marked as “do not have a McD”. Check your data.

  55. Uno Bubba says:

    Sorry, but North is completely arbitrary. A compass could be equally said to point South.

    European maps used to be oriented with the East at the top… it’s why we call Asia the Orient.

    • Ian says:

      Quite. Though the derivation of orient/ation is the other way round. We call Asia the Orient meaning it is the East (oriens in Latin) – and we talk about orienting a map because to do so used to mean putting east at the top.

    • Craig says:

      On T in O maps of the middle ages, east was at the top. They represented Christ on the cross, so the symbolism was as much religious as geographic. Christ’s legs were the Mediterranean, his arms were the Nile and Don Rivers (perhaps) and his head was Jerusalem – the ‘crown’ of the east.

  56. LLG says:

    I guess they don’t take political or corporate bribery into account? If it was, the US would be a whole new shade of red. Absolutely disgusted that it’s as pale as it is.

    • Andrew L says:

      You really have no idea what bribery really is, do you?

      • Gator says:

        I have a fairly good idea of what “bribery really is”, and you apparently DO NOT! The problem is that in the good ole US of A bribery starts at the top w/ the good ‘”leaders” in Congress & trickles down from there. I would say that in MHO our politicians can easily compete w/ any in the world on the “bribery” front!

  57. vanessa says:

    nice but a bigger version of the image wouldve been nice

  58. Merriam says:

    Sad that you found it necessary to include #36 in what I originally took as a serious critical analysis. How, exactly, will this help anyone ‘make sense’ of the world? It’s inclusion reflects the un-evolved, low intelligence of both the rapper and the author(s) of this piece. Very sad.

    • Daniel says:

      That graph, however, does neatly outline your moral superiority. Calm down.

    • Craig says:

      Can’t maps have humorous themes too? Who said they all have to be serious and pious?

    • Gator says:

      Puuulllleeeeezzzzze!- lighten the phuc up! Look at all the great conversation this map posting started. And ur gonna bitch about a rapper(I hate rap!) being included? Sorry, but I think that means you missed the whole big “thingy”. Sp.: you suck.

  59. Carl P says:

    2. Countries That Do Not Use the Metric System

    Hahaha this look like countries where American Football is played around the world. Just here.
    Rest of the world could care less.

    6. Paid Maternal Leave Around the World

    USA no paid leave. Shame on USA.

    They should include number of paid vacation days by countries.

    I bet USA is the last place too.

    Also, countries where healthcare is affordable around the world.

    Again, last place.

    :)

    • Nos hit says:

      The United States government uses the metric system. 30% of the private sector does as well. The Metric Conversion Act — Educate yourself.

      • Craig says:

        But most people commonly cannot equate zero centigrade with freezing, or understand what 100 kph is, or grasp how high a 10,000 meter mountain is.

        • GregH says:

          Actually craig at least two of those we really do know inherently. That 0 is freezing and 100 is boiling we know as well as any other people. Americans also know 100kph really really well since that is also known as “60 miles an hour” or “a mile a minute” a measurement we are very familiar with.

          • Gator says:

            Zero is freezing? 100 is boiling? I’ve lived here 60 years and never knew that “inherently”. Me thinks GregH has lived abroad. Perhaps in one of the many countries England has conquered/invaded?

        • Chris says:

          Centigrade isn’t a metric unit.

    • no says:

      We don’t have paid vacation days in the USA. Why would we? Why would I pay you money for you to not do work?

      Of course, many companies do offer paid vacation. They do this, because the employees they offer it to are of value to them and it is a benefit meant to entice them to work for them.

      • LadyAngua says:

        You say that like a paid vacation is a bad thing. You aren’t actually paid to not work a small portion of your annual wage is withheld to cover holidays. This is part of your work entitlements. You can see this if you look at casual wages which are higher to compensate for the lack of paid sick days or holidays. This is how it works in Australia anyway.

        • vesey says:

          paid vacations ARE a good thing, but should’nt be an inherent right. If a company does’nt want to pay for vacations, they can risk losing good employees to company’s that do. If the gov’t pays then in reality the tax payer is. I know far too many lousy workers that i don’t want receiving my hard earned dollars for their vacation……..

  60. ManOfBrick says:

    Get a grip Merriam, As a fan of this song, it is nice to have a visual reference of Luda’s Hoes.

    Also,
    it is a shame that the Buckminster Fuller Dymaxion map did not make it on here.
    Personally, I believe my view of the world would have been slightly different if I grew up looking at this map in school.

  61. Roshish says:

    *Need a correction in No. 3- Nepal was also not invaded by Great Britain!

  62. Jonah says:

    Great maps. For the language one, Japanese has three writing scripts: katakana, hiragana, and kanji (Chinese characters), but only katakana is shown. Hiragana and kanji are older and used more than katakana, which is primarily used to write loan/foreign words (like “Wikipedia”).

  63. Robert says:

    On map 17 – people may think it is crazy that the highest paid employees in 40 states are coaches. I suggest that those coaches lead programs that bring in more money to their universities on a voluntary basis than any other employee in their respective states. I also suggest that dollar figure is greater than any other state employee generates for their state.

    I also love map 23 – next time someone starts a discussion on the overcrowding of the planet…

  64. The geography is a little off with number 5. The country of Iceland is colored blue, which is supposed to mean that it doesn’t have any McDonald’s restaurants, but lo and behold, it is listed as being among the countries that charge the most for a McDonald’s burger!

    • DogMa says:

      The data is historical in nature. There used to be a McDonald’s but no one cared so it closed.

      • vesey says:

        it closed because the employees were paid too much forcing prices too high. A lesson The USA could learn. High prices need to match quality. Fast foods are seldom, and Mc Donalds never, quality……….

  65. Nos hit says:

    The United States government DOES use the metric system. Check out the Metric Conversion Act of 1988. The government is compelled to do. The private sector is not. Roughly 30% do however. Map 2 is inaccurate. No?

  66. Ugri Fenno says:

    Britain never invaded either Finland or Sweden.

    • DaGaffer says:

      …and the map shows Sweden is “unattacked”. However, the British have attacked Finland. When Finland was part of the Russian Empire, British and French ships raided the Finnish coast during the Crimean War.

  67. Jost says:

    The bribery map is basically useless. It’s a map showing penalties imposed under the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. So, basically, if a single incidence of bribery was especially egregious, and the US authorities actually chose to pay attention to it, then that can make the entire country appear corrupt, according the map. It would be far better to use Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions index (though simply asking people about corruption has its flaws as well).

  68. Just so you know, Bolivia has a McDonald’s in the capital of La Paz. I have eaten there. The restrooms are cleaner there than ANY McD’s I have been to in the United States.

  69. no says:

    “40 maps that will help you buy into the idea that America is shit”.

    • USA! USA! USA! says:

      best comment ^

    • Craig says:

      Though the site is interesting, it does have an anti-American bias. But I suppose that is OK, if it gets more non-metric-thinking, non-soccer-playing, non-public-health care approving Americans to see the broader world more clearly.

      • vesey says:

        nice way to roll over and die. weakling……………

      • gary says:

        Again, I have lived in Europe for 27 of the past 31 years. Soccer is boring. I have tried. Really tried. But 90 minutes of watching a 0-0, or even 1-0 or 1-1 result? Puhh-leeez! Give me American football where there are usually as many as 7 or 8 scores, with different scoring amounts (1-2-3-6) which leads to different strategies. Soccer is sleeping medicine.

    • vesey says:

      kiss my Americam a$$………..

  70. JohnD says:

    I’d like to see a map showing the cost of; 16oz bottle of water, 16oz bottle of Coke, 16oz of gasoline.
    I know Coke is cheaper than water in most of Africa, and in 16oz portions, water is more expensive than gasoline in the US.

  71. Chris says:

    I think they got the driving orientation mixed up. Australia is Right Hand

  72. Mable says:

    Suddenly want a White Russian

  73. nollaig says:

    I toured the manufacturing facility of a hamburger supplier to McDonald’s. Not as a tourist but as a software vendor. It was a long time ago but at that time the meat was very pure and the process of ensuring quality and safety very stringent. The manufacturer tried to sell some of their unused capacity to other food businesses. Nobody else was willing to pay for the level of quality that McDonald’s required. (The only exception then to pure meat was the McLean being sold back then, which contained non-meat fillers.)

    • Gator says:

      Was this in the early 1950’s?

      • gary says:

        The McLean came out in the 1980s if I remember correctly.

        The whole “problem” with McDonalds, is that there isn’t enough real 100% beef for the market. I do not believe ANY fast food restaurant serves 100% beef in their burgers. This is a result of the population explosion (see map 31) since the 1970s.

  74. … which came first, twistedsifter.com or this, or someone else’s?

  75. Dawn says:

    I’ve been to a McDonald’s in Morocco. That was 14 years ago.

  76. Lisa says:

    Some employees in the US do offer paid maternity leave. Granted it not nationwide but it is offered.

  77. Greg says:

    Belize don’t use metric system, its flag is wrong on the map flag and there isn’t any McDonalds in BElize either !.wow can’ really trust this map for anything else hahahahahaha already had 3 info wrong

  78. jax says:

    I didn’t get an antiAmerica bias at all from these maps. Not overpopulated, lots of vegetation, adequate water for most, who cares if we use the metric system or not, clearly we have enough money for high internet use, beer, coffee, McDonalds, and for a midgrade rapper to have hoes in several area codes lol America ain’t too bad if thousands of ppl continue to migrate over. It would be interesting to see a pollution/air quality map, natural gas use, nuclear plants ….

  79. Kelly says:

    I’m thinking the person in the last “bonus” map will never visit Canada or Russia.

  80. John says:

    Hard to tell for certain without seeing them side by side but there seems to be a correlation between coffee consumption and age of first sexual experience?

  81. Helen Lam says:

    Do they show The Map of Happy or Disappointment of Emloyers or Emloyees in the World, prefer Australia , State of NSW Sydney

  82. tom says:

    Another error….Iceland is on the most expensive McDonalds burger list and ALSO is shown to have no McDonalds at all.

  83. Leave Your Mama's Basement Once In A While says:

    Why don’t commenters read the comments before commenting?

  84. Mitchell says:

    This one made me laugh: 2. Countries That Do Not Use the Metric System… ONLY the US, Liberia and Myanmar! Get with the times! Metric system, not ridiculous units that require ridiculous conversions from one to the next…how many inches in a mile? Who the heck knows… how many cm in a km… oh, now isn’t THAT simple… OK, I will stop ranting. On of my engineering pet peeves…

  85. Freedomsbell says:

    Without economic and political freedom maps you are not really making sense of the world.

  86. Jone says:

    There appears to be one error at least on map 3.

    Finland was declared independent at 1917.

    After that date there has not been any attempt of invasion by the British that would justify this map.

    There was a time during the Crimean war that there were conflicts between The Brits and the Russians. Those hostilities spanned to the modern time Finnish coastline. (That geographical area had been under Swedish regime and Russian regime.) And as far as I’ve understood, the conflict did not result as an “invasion” per se.

    One castle was blown up in the Aland islands, and during the peace negotiation these very same islands were negotiated to be kept demilitarized. The demilitarization of Aland islands still continues as the heritage of those times.

    Bomarsund castle: http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bomarsund

    Aland war http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oolannin_sota

    Crimean war:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crimean_War

    Finnish declaration of independence 1917.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnish_Declaration_of_Independence

    • Erica says:

      What about before 1917, which is the point of the map? Another poster has highlighted the criteria for the map numerous times, perhaps the original poster’s use of “invasion” is incorrect, as to me it would seem any conflict with a strong British presence qualified.

  87. Ray says:

    I note the countries with second oldest age for first sexual intercourse, India & China make up for lost time being the countries with the most people

  88. PowerPar says:

    Very nice! Intreresting maps and cool facts.
    Thanks!

  89. theG says:

    My question is…. why in the hell would Ludacris have hoes in western Nebraska? The only 2 cities I can think of there are Omaha and Lincoln, which are quite small, even compared to St. Louis or Kansas City. Then there’s Sidney, which barely counts for anything. The rest of that area code would be nothing small towns and farms. So maybe, Ludacris has a thing for small town white women? Hell, if he likes small-town hoes so much, I know of an area code full of them, the 573..

    • Luke says:

      theG,

      402 covers roughly the eastern half of Nebraska, including Lincoln and Omaha. 308 covers the rural western half of the state that you described so well!

  90. JuneG says:

    Love these maps! I am a cartographer and know that it is easy and sometimes fun to “lie with maps”! These maps give a broad perspective and for all of you who choose to tear them apart, lighten up! Great job…enjoyed the comments as much as the maps…if anything else took place…there was great social intercourse.

  91. nush says:

    My compliments on your compilations. It’s a great idea and surely informative. But you missed the mark on some things. I’m from Suriname and we Do have paid maternal leave. It’s very peculiar that you’ve indacted us as the only country in South America that doesn’t have this when paid maternity leave has been around since the 60s. Our employment law even requires that of all employers as primary employee rights. You could lose your business licenses if you don’t abide by this so everyone does.

    Also we don’t have trains, trams or any kind of railroad system here. Used to be in the past but not anymore. Not for the last 50 years and not anytime soon.

    I would very much like to know where you get your info from. I would very much appreciate these things corrected as this gives a negative view of my country which is not correct. Thank you.

  92. JuneG says:

    One more note…first sexual experience, most coffee drinkers and most researchers…strange combination, but I think Scandinavia is the place to live!

    • gary says:

      I teach junior high school English and Social Studies in Norway to 8-9-10th graders. I cringe to think that most of them have lost their virginity by the time I send them on to high school.

  93. Alison says:

    The issue of paid maternity leave is true we do not pay to be home and take care of your baby , but some states provide disability 6-8 weeks that is paid at. A reduced amount of your salary. Paid disability from a private company only exists if you have paid for a short term disability policy. A new baby disability only pays 6-8 weeks of reduced pay. If you take off more time it is either with vacation hours you have accumulated or without pay. A few outlier and progressive companies will sometimes allow more time . Majority of women can not affor to stay out beyond the 12 week time permitted by flma( if they are eligible)

  94. Raul Espinola says:

    would like info on when Great Britian invaded El Salvador?

    • Jay says:

      “The countries were included in the British Empire by either the temporary presence of military forces in the field, by force or threat of force, negotiation or payment of a tax.
      The raids of English pirates, military or armed explorers were taken into account by Laycock, because they were approved by the British government. Thus, many countries that were once part of the Spanish Empire, such as Costa Rica, Ecuador and El Salvador, entered the list of the territories invaded by the British because they were under assault of the seafarers raids backed by England.”
      There are lots and lots of articles about this book that explain the methodology used.

  95. Senator says:

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      I was surprised by this too! But you always have to look at the other side of the coin… How much revenue are these programs bringing in? The football program at the university I went to nets about 10 million a year. Doesn’t make it “right” but it may justify the exorbitant salaries :/

  126. Veikko says:

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