Thursday, November 02, 2006
I was just checking the Google Earth Blog (something I need to do much more often) when I stumbled across something I've been wanting for a while. You can now do Plate Tectonics with Google Earth.
I just love it when people create cool content that I need. I suppose need is very relative since I don't teach any Earth Science anymore.
Once you download the kml file you'll have to wait for each of the time frames to load. The you can drag the slider in the thing that appeared at the top of the window or just click the play button next to the slider.
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