A shriveling world

Time space relief cartography was invented in 1993 to map the time-space contraction assuming the coexistence of fast and slow transport modes. Initially applied locally to terrestrial modes (1993 p. 41), the principle has been applied to urban spaces (1997 p. 209 and 235) continental scales (1994 p. 253) and to the air mode (2009). The next major step, an ongoing work, is to create a cartographic representation of the earth, the global time-space.


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