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The equal area Peters Map has attracted more press coverage, both praise and criticism, than any other map in history. It was featured in the hit TV show,The West Wing. Now, for the first time in North America, the Peters Map is available with one more novel, thought-provoking twist...the Pacific Ocean is in the middle. Prices range from $9.95 for folded paper (20.5'' x 32'') to $550 for a 64'' wide custom map.
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Acclaim for Peters Projection Map

 

"The first honest map of the world."
Harpers Magazine

"The most accurate map of the earth's surface yet drawn."
Oxfam America - world relief agency

"My favorite. The coolest map in the world. I keep one right over my PC where I write."
Thomas Barnett, professor, U.S. Naval War College and author of The Pentagon's New Map

"I consider the Peters projection to be superior in several respects to all previous projections known to me and would support its use in schools and the media."
Prof. Carl Troll, former president, Int'l Geographers Union

"...demonstrates more accurate and objective perceptions of the significance of nations in both hemispheres." Elizabeth Judge, Executive Director, Texas State Board of Education

 

"...a burst of brilliance that can be compared with any major breakthrough in any field of science.... For the first time in history, almost, we are seeing on paper what our world really looks like." Prof. Vernon Mulcansingh, Chair, Dept of Geography, University of the West Indies

"I never teach a class in comparative development without showing the Peters."
Prof. Kathleen Staudt, Chair, Dept of Political Science, University of Texas at El Paso

"...the best education tool for showing us our place on earth... coincides well with the teachings of the Bible and the church."
Arthur O.F. Bauer, Lutheran Church of America

 

"In his world map Arno Peters combines all those qualities that are important for climatology. No other production achieves such a sum of qualities. Without a doubt, the Peters Map is superior." Prof. Heinz Fortak, Director of the Institute of Theoretical Meteorology, Free University of Berlin

 


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