“You make different colors by combining those colors that already exist.”—Herbie Hancock​​​​​​​

Geovisualizing the Modifiable Areal Unit Problem
"Quite simply, the areal units (zonal objects) used in many geographical studies are arbitrary, modifiable, and subject to the whims and fancies of whoever is doing, or did, the aggregating."—Openshaw (1984)

"What a combination: geography and food. Does food have a geography? Of course it does. Everything has a geography."—Shanahan (2002​​​​​​​)

"The Richat Structure of Mauritania has captured the attention of astronauts for about as long as NASA has sent humans into orbit around Earth."—NASA

"Spanning about 22 kilometers (14 miles), Valles Caldera in New Mexico was formed from the collapse of a magma chamber following ancient volcanic eruptions."—NASA

"It is the activity and the spirit of inhabitants the cause of the huge difference that is felt when one glances at the map."—Baron Pierre Charles François Dupin, creator of the first choropleth map in 1826