What If California Was A Country?

California is the United State’s most populous state and largest economy. It’s home to some of the world’s most valuable companies, such as Apple and Google. It is also home to most of the entertainment and music industry, and serves as the bread and fruit basket for the United States at large. Taken by itself, […]

What If The United States Was Powered Entirely By Solar Energy?

Solar power has seen a resurgence over the last 10 years. As the technology has become cheaper and more efficient at generating electricity, it finally become economical to install on personal homes. Today, solar power comprises just 3% of the United State’s total electricity, but it has the potential to generate so much more. So […]

What If The Earthquake Hits The Pacific Northwest Tomorrow?

Off the coast of northern California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia sits the Cascadia Subduction Zone, a particular kind of fault line that will eventually unleash an earthquake not seen since the year 1700. When it does eventually hit, it’s estimated to be the largest earthquake to ever strike the modern United States. Unfortunately, the […]

What If Washington DC Was A State?

Within the United State’s capital lives 700,000 people who have no representation in the legislative bodies that tax and govern their lives. Washington DC residents are not a part of any state and therefor do not have a representative in the House of Representative, nor a senator in the Senate. For this reason, Washington DC […]

Welcome to What If Geography!

Welcome to the home of What If Geography, outside of YouTube! While the videos will always be hosted for free on YouTube, this website will serve as the home for all things What If Geography which will include special edition merch, fun blog posts with unique static maps that I create, video corrections, and, of […]