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Where is the darkest place on earth?

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Not "Lake Vostok, Antarctica" cos that's under 4 km of ice. You might as well say "the middle of the Earth", or "in the upper atmostphere". A more sensible answer would be somewhere on the arctic or antarctic ice sheets as far away from the few populations that there are. Given that said populations would be so far over the horizon anyway you wouldn't be able to tell the difference.
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