To estimate World Size – Adding up Region files isn’t enough. they have coordinates built-in to the filenames. They matter.
194126 miles x 194126 miles
the Circumference of Earth is 24901 miles
It would wrap around the world 7.8 times… the earth is just too small.
312415.6 x 312415.6 kilometers
for the total surface area of all the worlds I had running at one time or another… most of it in bigplot and the newer bigplots, which were suburbs – streets and everything. Not every area was explored, which is why these numbers are so huge – BUT SOMEONE WENT OUT to some pretty far extremes – SOMEONE WAS THERE. These are the calculations if all the inbeween spaces are accounted for… ones that region files had yet to be generated for.. but there’s a spot for them in the coordinate system.
3.77E+10 sq miles
9.76035E+13 sq km
if fully explored. jw0aef09jwfwa0jf0waw0fj cant type.
I want my math to be wrong, but it’s not. I was happier with being bigger than Delaware… but i forgot about the inbetween spaces…
and have names in the form r.x.z.mcr, where x and z are the region’s coordinates.