How to find an Antipode
It's pretty easy. The hardest part is finding your own latitude and longitude. The Lat/Long of Augusta, Maine is approximately 44.4° N, 69.7° W.
Once you have it:
1, Change the N to S (or, if you're in the Southern Hemisphere, the S to N)
2, Subtract the longitude from 180 and change the W to an E (or E to a W when appropriate)
So 44.4° N, 69.7° W becomes 44.4° S, 110.3° E.
And on another subject entirely here's my string bag before I unraveled most of it (don't worry, the resulting mess has since been re-knit). I took a picture because when it was laid flat you could see this cool swirling pattern:
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