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Spontaneous Combustion Maps
These are maps that go up in flames when the user least
The purpose is to make people that have never known a
world without GPS who attempt to use a paper map, this
will make them stop and think to themselves "this is why
they got rid of these things
and made GPS"
I think these could be made with flash paper and tiny
capacitor type spark trigger.
||// These are maps that go up in flames when the user least
expects it. //
||Thereby burning the driver, igniting the vehicle interior and
causing a needless crash.
||// "this is why they got rid of these things and made
||I'm not sure about that. I just found out that the
GPS I have was recalled because they are worried it's
going to go up in flames: so no improvement really.
||A good paper map is far more dependable than
When the batteries fail or your GPS dies - leaving
lost in the middle of nowhere as the rain comes
and night draws in - a single Ordnance Survey 1:13
Hiker's Map can form a makeshift shelter for two
||<tangentially related> Sturton has the distinction
of being the only living Englishman to appear on an
Ordnance Survey map.<\tr>