posted on Dec, 14 2009 @ 10:25 PM
good code thinking...
the only problem i have is that ancient chartography as it were,
did not exist... & what was available was primitive by todays standards
then there's the problem that the globe's grid system uses Greenwich(sp) as the universal 'starting point'
Whereas the Bible specifically tells us that the site of Jerusalem is the 'Navel' of the World (ergo the 'starting point)..
.therefore all global coordinates should be based on Jerusalem replacing Greenwich, for the code to be meaningful, (imho)
it should be a simple calculation to figure the difference in Lat. & Long.
between the two points, and adjust for the difference in the coordinates.
~but, there's the consideration that the code from antiquity was designed for the present navigational grid & GPS...i guess that's where your coming
[edit on 14-12-2009 by St Udio]