With a new calculation based on current maps (s. next page) I was able to verify and specify Wood's result. The geographical center of Earth is at 40°52'0"N 34°34'0"E.
The latitude of this result, which was determined with a calculation grid of 2.3 miles on the surface, is defined coincidentally by two of the most important fundemental mathematical constants, π and e! It is the smallest angle in a right triangle with a side ratio of e / π.
The connection between the most fundamental mathematical constants is generally
Incidentally, on that very same latitude on Mars, Cydonia is located, with its
1.5km large rock sculpture Face on Mars and the five-sided D&M Pyramid, even larger.
One coincidence does not arrive alone, so yet another is waiting to be discovered...
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published on: 10/19/2003