We were just looking at maps...
The best parts of life are the things we can't plan. And it's a lot harder to find happiness if you're only searching in one place. Sometimes, you just have to throw away the map. Admit that you don't know where you're going and stop pressuring yourself to figure it out. Besides...a map is a life someone else already lived. It's more fun to make your own.
Archaeologists have used aerial photographs to map archaeological sites since the 1920s, while the use of infrared photography started in the 1960s, and satellite imagery was first used in the 1970s.
This seems highly likely, especially as it has been shown that in several systems mutations affecting the same amino acid are extremely near together on the genetic map.
'Satellite archaeology' refers to the use of NASA and commercial high resolution satellite datasets to map and discover past structures, cities, and geological features.
There's no map to human behaviour.
I travel without barely any luggage. Just a second set of underwear and binoculars and a map and a toothbrush.
Bolt put the Mobot on the map, to be honest with you! He's just an amazing guy.
I think Edge has completely put himself on the map as a bona fide WWE superstar.
I struggled for a while, but when I was cast in an Off Broadway show called 'Once Upon a Mattress,' that kind of put me on the map.
Research is the historical novelist's map, constraint, and purest energy.
Religion is like a map. The route isn't important. It's the destination that matters.
Scientists use satellites to track weather, map ice sheet melting, detect diseases, show ecosystem change... the list goes on and on. I think nearly every scientific field benefits or could benefit from satellite imagery analysis.
Our brain is mapping the world. Often that map is distorted, but it's a map with constant immediate sensory input.
I'm doing a Dylan Thomas film, Map of Love, with Mick Jagger producing again. It's a wonderful script.
I have an existential map. It has 'You are here' written all over it.
Wars of nations are fought to change maps. But wars of poverty are fought to map change.
I prefer playing in songs where I have a tempo, groove and harmonic map to hang on to.
The source known as Deep Throat provided a kind of road map through the scandal. His one consistent message was that the Watergate burglary was just the tip of the iceberg.
For me, it started as a child with one of those little wooden jigsaw maps of the U.S., where's there's crocodiles on Florida and apples on Washington state. That was my very first map.