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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #10 - thebenders
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well to be honest those religious structures some have been standing for hundreds some for even thousands that space station not nearly as long and it is starting to fall apart also that really isn't architecture that is more of an engineering project or a mobile bus for space studies
#262 to #10 - anon id: 69f68503
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Well, to be honest; the oldest and greatest world wonders I can think of, of the top of my head, is the Colosseum in Rome, which was built for the pleasures of the crowd by the murder of others, and the Great Pyramid of Giza, which was built for the vanity of a dictator. On the other hand, murder and vanity have always been something most religions have been good at! ;P
#220 to #10 - anon id: 32d84016
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to be honest the religious buildings were made to honer someone, who if alive properly would have sold them and given the money to help people.
#151 to #10 - anon id: 6092f7f4
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Just another Cancer Picture, you better go thumb down and ignoring
User avatar #94 to #10 - dereker
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I would love to see how much it took a structure like that to fall apart in space
#87 to #10 - marstan
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#131 to #87 - betesta
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#224 to #131 - anon id: d7f5605e
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You know absolutely nothing about space. Do some research first.
User avatar #270 to #224 - rieskimo
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How about instead of making a derogatory comment you educate him a little? It's very easy to yell about how much somebody else knows but it seems much harder to make an example of how much you know.
User avatar #204 to #131 - rieskimo
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Actually radiation, which is in more than abundance in space, causes a significant amount of damage. Furthermore, how do you think that the scientists/space travelers inside stay alive? The inside is filled with air and moisture that helps decay.
User avatar #20 to #10 - mcmanybucks
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So it would be an....universal serial bus?

.. eh? :D