It wasn't until 1973, that a new calculation was made, by Andrew J. Woods, physicist from San Diego. The then expensive machine time on capable computers was financed by the Institut for Creation Research.
The new result was 39°N 34°E, near Ankara, Turkey, 500km north of Giza and thereby expelling Giza from its exposed geographical location, although the deviation was only slightly above 1% in relation to the circumference of Earth.
This new fixation of the center has yealded nevertheless a surprise...
Picture source: IBM
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