aminorjourney wrote:So... after a week where my feet didn't touch the ground, I've finally grabbed a few moments to get the coordinates of the UK map.
It appears (though I couldn't get it to go right to the edge) to run from 22 degrees North, 20 degrees west to 80 degrees north, 68 degrees east.
Does that fit in with what people are expecting?
Oh, that is interesting! Thanks Nikki! So it don't quite go to the equator after all, unlike North America where it does. 20W to 68E is interesting though clearly Iceland isn't completely covered, nor is the entire Middle East. Since this is interesting to everyone on Earth, here's a Fusion Chart of the regions we currently have covered between Nikki and myself:https://www.google.com/fusiontables/Dat ... rcKX7RsOYc
Still a lot of Earth uncovered and one wonders what map is loaded onto an Icelandic LEAF or a Saudi LEAF (believe me, the LEAF and electric cars, generally cars that don't run on Petrol, are very popular in the Middle East; they know all about the Resource Curse they suffer from). As well as of course all of South America, Africa, Australia, China and of course Japan.
PS: Thanks a lot Google! It took me hours to figure out how to do that incredible simple map!
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