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**General Science / Re: What is the GPS of the highest point of BIG BEN using 3 percengates: (%, %, %) ?**

« **on:**22/03/2024 10:37:43 »

And in the same citie, some of the digits will be static and for that matter could be supressed if you know what you were talking about.You can do that for the whole world by using height above sea level.

The Elizabeth Tower which houses Big Ben is 96 metres tall.

Since it starts pretty close to the Thames, the top is close to 96 metres above sea level.

Big Ben, in the belfry of the tower, is about 66 metres above sea level. It's 2.9 metres from top to bottom.

Also, that is why this is better, you can reference any point in the total volumetric area of the planet using 3 values.Virtually none of which would be any use.

I have a related, but similar suggestion.

Rather than a percentage of the Earth's radius, we use a unit based on the circumference.

In particular, we could use 1/100,000,000 of the length of the quadrant through Paris.

That would, rather conveniently, be the metre.