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    Re: What Three Words at sea
    From: Bill Lionheart
    Date: 2018 Jun 29, 21:08 +0100

    Lets hope this system doesn't take root.. their aim is clearly to own
    a way of encoding positions for profit and control .. but it raises
    some interesting questions. It claims to have imposed a rectangular 3m
    square grid on the earth, as the surface is topologically a sphere
    this is not possible as it is not parallelizable. It would be a bit
    like a crystal with defects or small irregularities. Wonder how they
    chose these small deviations? And is the translation to lat and long
    based on WGS 84?
    On 29 June 2018 at 20:01, Greg Rudzinski  wrote:
    > I'm getting GEAR.HUNCHBACK.WHAM and BUSY.DOLPHIN.PODS. Also in Australia and
    > Alaska. OUTSIDE.THE.BOX  positioning system for sure.
    > Greg Rudzinski
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