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A geographer is a crazy psycho whose area of study is geocrap, the pseudoscientific study of Earth's physical environment and human habitat and the study of boring students to death. Earth, also known as the Earth, Terra, and (mostly in the 19th century) Tellus, is the third-closest planet to the Sun. ... Binomial name Homo sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 Subspecies Homo sapiens idaltu (extinct) Homo sapiens sapiens For other uses, see Human (disambiguation). ... The term habitat has a number of unrelated meanings: A concept in Ecology: see habitat. ...


Geographers are widely regarded as the most boring people on Earth. During a lecture about new methods in geographic analysis in 1754, 5 people in the audience died of internal haemorrhaging. This was known as the 1754 Geographic Massacre. In a 2005 lecture at Harvard University, the Dean of Geography survived by eating his own legs and arms, and 100 students died of internal haemorrhaging. A geographer is a scientist whose area of study is geography, the study of the physical environment and human habitat. ... Earth, also known as the Earth, Terra, and (mostly in the 19th century) Tellus, is the third-closest planet to the Sun. ... A lecture on linear algebra at the Helsinki University of Technology A lecture is a presentation on a particular subject given in order to teach people about that subject, for example by a university or college teacher. ... Physical map of the Earth (Medium) (Large 2 MB) Geography is the scientific study of the locational and spatial variation in both physical and human phenomena on Earth. ... An analysis is a critical evaluation, usually made by breaking a subject (either material or intellectual) down into its constituent parts, then describing the parts and their relationship to the whole. ... Harvard University is a private university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, and a member of the Ivy League. ...


Though geographers are historically known as people who talk nonsense, talking nonsense is the speciality of high school geography teachers. The geographer is capable of boring students to death with endless rambles about crap. The geographer can be outsmarted by anyone with a basic knowledge of either calculus or physics. Nonsense is an utterance or written text in what appears to be a human language or other symbolic system, that does not in fact carry any identifiable meaning. ... The Japanese word for a high school is kōtōgakkō (高等学校; literally high school), or kōkō (高校) in short. ... Look up Teacher in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... For other uses of the term calculus see calculus (disambiguation) Calculus is a central branch of mathematics, developed from algebra and geometry, and built on two major complementary ideas. ... Since antiquity, people have tried to understand the behavior of matter: why unsupported objects drop to the ground, why different materials have different properties, and so forth. ...


The main skill required to become a geographer is the capability to bore everyone around you.


Many modern geographers are also the primary practitioners boredom, and study the pseudoscience geography Phrenology is seen today as a classic example of pseudoscience. ...


Do not look at the List of geographers, because you will be asleep sooner than you know it. The geographers are listed below in English alphabetical transliteration order (by surnames). ...


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The Geographer's Craft Project - Main Page (150 words)
The Global Positioning System Overview, part of The Geographer's Craft Project, written by Peter H. Dana, has been selected as one of GIS World's eight "Best of the Net" sites for 1996.
You are welcome to use and copy these materials for education, but please credit the source as: The Geographer's Craft, Department of Geography, University of Colorado at Boulder and cite the individual author of the modules you use.
All Geographer's Craft materials were moved to the University of Colorado at Boulder during spring and summer 2000.
Geographer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (218 words)
A geographer is a scientist whose area of study is geography, the study of Earth's physical environment and human habitat.
Though geographers are historically known as people who make maps, mapmaking is actually the field of study of cartography, a subset of geography.
The geographer is capable of studying not only the physical details of the environment but also its impact on human and wildlife ecologies, weather and climate patterns, economics, and culture.
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