08:56:33 AM Oct 18th 2016
The article says, "The tendency for the ancient constructions of non-white civilizations to dominate this list is... unfortunate. " I'm going to be blunt - what ancient constructions of white civilizations are there? I can imagine a number of Greek and Roman entries are on the list, and of course Stonehenge, but what else is there? Come to think of it, I haven't heard Greek entries in the various "this couldn't have been built by humans!" lists and conspiracy theories. Unfortunate Implications indeed.
10:59:17 AM Oct 18th 2016
Assuming "white" here means "European", we have quite a few buildings and structures that are older than, say, the Great Pyramid of Giza (2560 BC) such as the Monte d'Accoddi in Sardinia (4000–3650 BC) or Newgrange in Ireland (3200 BC), among many other in France, Scotland, England, Spain...
07:48:13 AM Jun 3rd 2011
What about The Silence from the new Doctor Who-season? They're essentially parasites that have manipulated mankind to achieve their own goals. Also, they're aliens. Really scary aliens...
05:40:29 PM Feb 7th 2011
I would've *totally* had captioned the picture as "Thor, the Norse god of Heavy Metal!"
09:48:49 PM Dec 12th 2010
Would the Titans of World of Warcraft qualify? They left numerous huge works (including some pyramid structures in the newly reveled Uldum zone). The created/uplifted about half of the playable races.