Here's the YouTube link, if you want to read some of the amazingly ridiculous and ignorant viewer comments. http://youtu.be/n8zBC2dvERM
How so many of the commenters could whine "I don't get it..." is beyond me! Danny Dorling's "Mapping: Ways of Representing the World," or anything written by Mark Monmonier, should be required reading in 9th grade if not earlier, to explain to people the importance of how their world is depicted. It's NOT just academic, or about "accuracy," (which after all is an almost meaningless concept when it comes to flat maps). OK, I'm off the soap box now! Enjoy the clip!
Just to remind you guys what the fuss is all about:
And, of course, this doesn't begin to address the question of "Why is north on top?"