Have you ever wondered where you would end up if you dug a tunnel from Utrecht to the other side of the world? New? We do, we have the answer for you!
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We are not the only ones surprised by this. There is a website you can find: Antibodies. “At least once in your life you wonder what’s on your feet. What’s the other side of the world? ‘You can read it on the website.
Antibode is the opposite. The concept comes from geography. There means a line passing through the center of the earth.
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Where do you end up when you dig a tunnel from Newt to the other side of the world? We end up in the water, the Tasman Sea (South Pacific Ocean) to be precise. The earth has a lot of water, so it had a good chance. If we zoom in a little, we will see New Zealand in the northwest. A little closer you can see the Antibots Islands, a group of uninhabited volcanic islands. But for that you first have to swim a few hundred kilometers. The grass is clearly not green on the other side of the world.
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So, a little mystery! Have you been walking around for a while with a question you can’t find an answer to? Let us know and we will find out for you.
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