"The Late Show" host said it's "important that the most powerful man in the world knows what countries are in that world."
It'll rock your world.
A delusional billionaire's perception of a world map.
Called "arguably the most important intellectual alive" by the New York Times, Chomsky joins us for a nuanced discussion on the ways in which culture and curricula are used to advance a Western worldview.
The world is filled with stereotypes. Whether the glaring generalizations hit close to home or bear no resemblance to reality
(See the full list of 50 states compared with their most similar foreign country.) "I looked at hundreds of lists out there
(Hat tip, Business Insider) "I think I speak for the group when I say, I'd want my country to be known for most hover-boards
Be it Atlantis or Mordor, artists and cartographers have long been fixated with creating visual representations of lands
"Map the World is the perfect tool to help children gain a better understanding of where they fit within the context of world
Get your maps! Get 'em hot! If you stick around for the reveal at 1:14, you'll be glad you did. Read more on www.upworthy.com