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The Logistics of X

Wendover

From Wendover Productions, The Logistics of X explores the complex variables that influence how things work.

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Wendover — The Logistics of X

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Wendover is all about explaining how the world works. From travel, to economics, to geography, to marketing and more, every video will leave you with a little better understanding of the world.

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