Transverse Mercator With Python

Mercator mapWith global warming melting the icecaps and opening up the poles for oil exploration and tourism, I think it’s time for a new standard wall map, one that shifts those distorted map regions away from major land masses, and places the polar regions where we can see them. That way, our cruise ship and oil tanker captains can navigate more easily through the clear, blue Arctic Ocean, unimpeded by any tiresome ice-pack.

I particularly love that oil companies want to use the new Arctic Ocean sea lanes to transport their oil to market faster. Is it irony, or some form of rare, extinction-level stupidity that only comes around one every few thousand years? Hard to tell. But I digress.

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