You don’t get to decide what other people value
Yes of course and it will take decades to rebuild this
Assholes using being atheists for their excuse to be assholes, nothing more. Sucks for the majority of us who aren't... but every group has them.
This is a little bit different. Japanese temples and castles are designed to be dismantled (or partially dismantled) and rebuilt with new wood.
They won't know for sure till the investigation can happen, but the belief is that it was an accident caused by something related to the renovation.
Yeah, there actually usually is in a way. Especially on "hot" jobs, like with iron workers for example, in the construction industry you'll have basically a fire watch team there at all times ready to pounce, and what's more, they stick around for hours after that particular "hot" task is done, to make sure that nothing was kindled. That this was able to happen is absolutely mindblowing.What i don't understand is that when these historic buildings are renovated/repaired why there isn't round the clock monitoring/guard on site untill it's finished.. sure it might cost but rebuilding from the ashes is quite a bit more expensive not to mention the loss of history which is priceless..
I noticed that early in the stream. It's been taken down. Youtube's algorithm continues to be ass.YouTube shows 9/11 link on live videos of unrelated Notre Dame fire : https://www.theverge.com/2019/4/15/18311727/notre-dame-fire-youtube-september-9-11-attack-fact-check
I'm a full on atheist that scoffs at the religious stuff, and Notre Dame still had a major impact on me. Whatever the beliefs or reasons are, incredible art and architecture and history is universal. People made that mind blowing thing and all the stuff in it. Anyone celebrating this has some issues.
Yeah I don’t get it, just respect other people’s beliefs. I’m an atheist myself, and hate seeing this. It’s an historical landmark, and beautiful piece of architecture.
It's a public forum, not a funeral. Not everyone will react the same way to loss, especailly something as connected to wealth, power and religion as the ND. Your feelings don't justify abusive behavior.
Yup exactly. What a lossI'm a full on atheist that scoffs at the religious stuff, and Notre Dame still had a major impact on me. Whatever the beliefs or reasons are, incredible art and architecture and history is universal. People made that mind blowing thing and all the stuff in it. Anyone celebrating this has some issues.