The prime meridian is at an unsatisfactory location. Placing the prime meridian in the center of a map produces a very ugly map:
If you ask a petite woman (me) where the new meridian should pass through, naturally the answer would be the islands of Askø, Lilleø, Femø.
They belong to Denmark, and they all have a spot on land 11.5° to the east of the current meridian. What does moving the meridian 11.5° to the east do?
The very center is now in the country of Gabon.
So let’s gab on about this until it becomes a reality!
Yours Truly, -Zoe
P.S. This article is written in jest. I’m dead serious tho. grrr