Heat map

Posted on February 20, 2013 9:00 am

Have you seen the new meteor impact heat map?

Well, there’s a map that plots all of the recorded meteorite impacts on Earth since 2300 BC. Note, this is recorded impacts. If no one saw it or found evidence of it, it’s not recorded. That’s why there aren’t a whole lot shown over the oceans. So, it’s not a full mapping of every meteor impact, just those we know about.

You can go to the interactive map and zoom in or select any place on earth. It contains information about each strike. I found it interesting.

Naturally, it’s inspired by the recent meteor strike in Russia. But, it’s not the only map inspired by recent events.

Here’s a map of areas of the United States that are victims of the economic impact of Obama and Democrat policies. Those adversely affected are shown in purple.

It’s a little more accurate than the meteor map. And a lot more scary.

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5 Responses to “Heat map”

  1. Oppo says:

    Hey, I thought they were going to stop printing maps showing who’s packing heat.

  2. Iowa Jim says:

    Note, this is recorded impacts. If no one saw it or found evidence of it, it’s not recorded. That’s why there aren’t a whole lot shown over the oceans.

    It’s a good thing that you put that in, in case, say, John Kerry, Paul Krugman, or Chris Matthews reads the post.

  3. Dohtimes says:

    Was that little bit where DC is left white intentionally? Of course it was.

  4. Basil says:

    I wondered if anyone would catch that.

  5. Son of Bob says:

    I have a sign in my yard that says “Meteor Free Zone” so I’m not worried about meteors.

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