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Google Timelapse traces 32 years of construction and destruction

To say that the world has changed since 1984 would be an understatement, but those changes can be hard to visualize. That is, until Google unveils a service like Timelapse, cramming 32 years of human progress and destruction into 10 second bites... Continue Reading Google Timelapse traces 32 years of construction and destruction Category: Environment Tags: Environment Google Time Video Ear
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