Huh.

2011.07.28
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THIS IS ONE OF THOSE blog posts where the writer tries to predict, dreads to inspire, hopes to distance himself, and wonders if.

It’s just … Well, it seems to me that somebody with the requisite skills and a weird sense of humor could hack into Google Maps and/or Google Earth and replace the images of the Dome of the Rock with images of the Beit Hamikdash. Complete with altar and adoring crowds.

I don’t support it, and don’t have the skills to do it, and wouldn’t do it if I could, but it seems inevitable. That’s all.

I mean, I’m just saying.

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2 Responses to Huh.

  1. Anthony on 2011.07.29 at 1645

    I suspect that the similar prediction contained here: http://xkcd.com/924/ will be realized first.

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