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NUKEMAP is a mapping mash-up that calculates the effects of the detonation of a nuclear bomb.

NUKEMAP is an interactive map using Mapbox API and declassified nuclear weapons effects data, created by Alex Wellerstein, a historian of science at the Stevens Institute of Technology who studies the history of nuclear weapons. The computer simulation of the effects of nuclear detonations has been described both as "stomach-churning" (by Wellerstein himself) and as "the most fun I’ve had with Google Maps since… well, possibly ever" despite the admittedly abjectly grim nature of the subject.

https://nuclearsecrecy.com/nukemap/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NUKEMAP

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Interaktivna mapa nekoliko ruskih gradova (Peterburg, Vladimir, Moskva, Kazanj) pokazuje starost svake zgrade. Za mnoge zgrade se klikom može videti godina izgradnje, ime arhitekte, adresa, fotografija. Može se odabrati i prikaz svih građevina sagrađenih određene godine itd. 

https://how-old-is-this.house/

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Možda korisno za planiranje putovanja :) 

The Earth's weather functions as an interdependent system. For example, a hurricane in the Atlantic has the ability to influence the distribution of pressure formations in Europe. Occasionally, it may even make its way to Europe itself as a post-tropical storm. The Ventusky application allows for the illustration of the interdependence of the entire system, displaying the development of pressure, wind, cloud cover, precipitation, and temperature on the map.

https://www.ventusky.com/

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https://graphics.reuters.com/world-coronavirus-tracker-and-maps/vaccination-rollout-and-access/

Reuters has launched a global effort to track the vaccine rollout plans of over 80 countries and all 50 U.S. states. Our journalists are collecting, verifying and updating information on vaccine availability and eligibility as the plans are announced and implemented by governments and health authorities around the world.

Reuters is also analysing how quickly countries are vaccinating their populations, using data collected from over 130 countries by the Our World in Data project at the University of Oxford.

COVID-19 vaccination data can be reported by countries as the total number of doses administered and/or the number of people vaccinated. Because most coronavirus vaccines require two doses, many countries also report the number of people who have received just one dose and the number who have been fully vaccinated.

Many of the charts on this page show the number of people who have received at least one dose of a vaccine, which can offer significant protection against severe disease and reduce the risk of transmission, according to some studies.

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1919 National Geographic map titled 'The races of Europe' (za full-res desni klik pa "open image in new tab").

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