These Are The Most Restrictive Places On Earth

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Point Nemo

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Of course, you can gather from the name that Nemo references yet another aquatic endeavor. The term ‘alien ocean’ does this place justice as it is known to be the furthest point (in the ocean) from any land structure. You’ve heard of the North and South poles, well point Nemo is known as the pole of inaccessibility. Given that name it is extremely infeasible to sail to the point, or even fly there as risks of running out of fuel are imminent. If that’s not enough to illustrate public inaccessibility, this is also the point that world powers coordinate their satellites to drop debris when they’ve expired due to its remoteness. Aside from being extremely far, it is also the center of raining space-matter.

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