geography-101

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jeff/annie appreciation week – day two: best j/a season arc

“When you feel the way I feel about you–.”

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Here’s our next post! This is essentially everything you need to know about geology and geography in a nutshell, minus erosion. Next up is my favorite: making believable life forms! *SQUEEEE!!!*
Below are a BUNCH of links regarding what we’ve discussed above. Hopefully these, as well as the comic, can get your ideas pumping! Thanks for checking it out, and happy worldbuilding!

SciShow:
Seasons on other Planets: http://youtu.be/WrHG3jgSFCA

Worldbuilding Society:
Simulating Continental Drift: https://youtu.be/Ve7Q-jpxVFw

MinutePhysics/MinuteEarth:
Plate Tectonics Explained: http://youtu.be/kwfNGatxUJI
How tall can mountains be?: https://youtu.be/jIWhzYq16Ro
Why are Deserts?: https://youtu.be/T6Us1sPXBfA
Why Rivers have Deltas: https://youtu.be/A47ythEcz74
Why Rivers Curve: https://youtu.be/8a3r-cG8Wic
Why are Clouds?: https://youtu.be/QC2x_RRnk8E
Rain or Rainforest?: https://youtu.be/Y3OWgb0Bv-A

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A couple more shots of Gros Morne (the mountain) from the car window while driving The Runner and The Optometrist to the airport. Gros Morne is the mountain we hiked around a couple days ago. It’s made up of really sharp rocks that were left untouched as the glaciers moved through during the ice age. It’s also home to the most-southern Arctic landscape.

According to Hanna-Barbera, Holland is...

1. A place where giant apes ride on windmills

2. A place where tulips shake like an earthquake for no reason

Wow, I can’t understand why the Hanna-Barbera Geography 101 course never caught on….