The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Contains All of Tamriel

Some interesting news is coming out of Kotaku today, as they're reporting that the entire Tamriel landmass is built into The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. And not just unidentifiable blobs of landscape, as you might expect, but the full landmark-laden continents from Morrowind and Oblivion in reduced texture format:
An intrepid Elder Scrolls player, curious as to why the game stopped him at the border between Skyrim and Morrowind (the playable landmass of the third game in the series), engaged noclip mode and decided to look beyond. What he claims he found was...the entire continent of Tamriel.

The whole damn thing.

He took snaps along the way, recording landmarks such as the volcano Vvardenfell and the Imperial City in Cyrodiil (centre of the fourth Elder Scrolls game), and while they're of reduced scale and greatly reduced texture quality (they're basically just lightly-textured blobs of landscape), he says they're there in the game, every time you load it up.
Here's to hoping that a talented modder takes the Morrowind and Oblivion data files and combines them into Skyrim somehow to essentially create one big game.  Hell, I'd buy the games again if Bethesda combined all of the content together themselves.