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This Incredible Video Shows All the Roads, Air and Ship Routes In the Entire Planet [Video]

Scientists are thinking about starting a new geological era: the Anthropocene, the period of geological, environmental and biological transformation of the planet by humans. Cities, towns, shipping routes, global roads and air networks are all changing Earth. This video shows the extent of this change. More »
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