This map was created by professor George Pearcy in 1973, and shows the US with its states redrawn such that most states center upon a major city, and the state borders avoid high-population areas, in an attempt to represent more natural boundaries between regions.

This map was created by professor George Pearcy in 1973, and shows the US with its states redrawn such that most states center upon a major city, and the state borders avoid high-population areas, in an attempt to represent more natural boundaries between regions.

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    FOR YOU
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    This is interesting. Too bad it’ll never happen.
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    Then why the fuck is Alaska split into two?
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