Er…ok…this is different
They’ve wrapped the polygon round the whole length of the map
OK, the Tn computer had too much to drink! er, to process. I had sent a private message to @HappyMapper last night about the teeny  polys and the 1-liner-polys.
Could someone please take a look at our polys and adjust the way-too-big (see above), the 1-line-polys, and the oh-so-small-the-computer-must-be-kidding-polys?
Other examples-- in the ones I already did.
Your Poly Perturbed Nodders.
The funniest thing about it Cagey is that the TN screen automatically zoomed out to -5 to display it Well…just out to the sides anyway. I had to zoom out my whole screen to 25% just to take a pic of part of it
Well, I have to be careful what I wish for, because now I’m in the deep dark black sprinkled with dots. Ugh.
I figured out most polys are about 10 meters-- e.g. about 30 feet, the size of the missing sailboat. Still…the poly size is hard to work with.
So, Em, did ya spot anything in the giant poly? Maybe a giant squid? An epic whale?
No, but I found a flying saucer which I posted in the nother post
I think that giant poly has just blown that theory out of the water
But article you posted did say the boat is 36ft, so I think the polys are a good guide on average
I’m only getting clouds, you guys?
like maybe the boat is under the clouds, and I’m saying 2 (it ain’t a boat)
Unfortunately Eva1 there’s not a lot else we can do when they’re using polygons for this search
Just got to click through them as fast as you can and if you happen to click too quickly past a more relevant tile with no cloud in your haste, you can always click the back button on your browser to return to it