Religion

In: Culture

27 Mar 2012

It’s interesting to see this all in one place, in such detail. Anyone want to bust out a ruler and see if he calculated the areas correctly?

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Scott

March 28th, 2012 at 6:10 am

The area of the separate “constituencies” seem to be well proportioned to each other, but not to the world. My rough measurement shows the Abrahamic circle has about 2.78 times the area of the Secular circle, and 2.77 times the number, a difference I’d chalk up to measurement error since I didn’t exactly sit here counting pixels. The entire world, however, is too big, by about 7-8%.

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Joel

March 29th, 2012 at 10:34 pm

There’s a problem. One can be a “secularist” and religious simultaneously.

Ergo in need of review.

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