I love dogs. Again: Isle of Dogs. A place so abject that it disguises its name as a declaration of affection to man's best friend. Not to mention that its canine connection is tenuous at best, and that it wasn't...
No prizes for guessing that English is the world's lingua franca. But how good are the world's other languages at spreading information?
It would have taken geology millions of years to move and mould land masses to the degree suggested here. It took cartography less than a hundred years, from the mid-17th to the mid-18th century.
During World War One, propaganda on both sides fueled the fear that defeat would mean being wiped off the map. Literally, as this German propaganda postcard shows.