A Bird’s Eye View of Planet Earth and More!

An aerial view of the Pima Air & Space Museum, Arizona

In this week’s “around the web” segment, ThisBlogRules shows you a bird’s eye view of planet Earth, thanks to the glorious wonders of Stratocam, a website created by ex-Google employee Paul Rademacher that allows users to vote for the most outstanding aerial images of our planet as captured by Google Earth’s satellite photography; the results are positively mouth-watering. Speaking of mouth-watering, we also take a look at how exactly it is that those crafty advertisers make that pathetically thin, sloppily assembled Whopper you get with your French fries look like a burger hand-crafted by God himself. All that, plus more!

Interesting Facts About Praying Mantises via EnvironmentalGraffiti 

If Movie Posters Were Sarcastic via Cracked

Google Earth Uncovers Globe’s Hidden Marvels via RT

The Top 10 Sunrises Around the World via Huffington Post

11 Ways Advertisers Make Food Look Delicious via Mental Floss

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