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Dennis McClendon

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Ever wondered what's exactly opposite you on the globe?

http://grad.icmc.usp...ole.php?lang=en
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South Pacific, nearest landmass being New Zealand.

Which is kinda ironic, as I'm living close to the province of Zeeland, which New Zealand was named after :rolleyes:
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Several hundred miles into the Indian Ocean off the Southwest corner of Australia

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To actuallly dig to China you need to start in Chile. :)
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Nearest landmass? It looks like it is about equi-distant from Africa, Australia, and Antarctica.

Not such a nice place to try and crawl out of a hole B)




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