Some of you may already bee familiar with Philadelinquency, the blog run by frequent Philebrity commenter/occasional contributor Christopher Sawyer, that takes a daily look at The Evils That Landlords Do. In today’s post, “You Can See Poor From Space,” Sawyer unearths a real curiosity that Philly probably shares with other large metro areas around the country: Looking at satellite images, you can pretty much tell downtrodden urban areas pretty easily. For one, there are less trees, generally speaking; and more telling, there are more black roofs. What does this mean, exactly? Well, we’ll let him explain it at leave it at this for now: The satellites don’t lie.