MPR Question: What Relic would you like to see?

http://minnesota.publicradio.org/collections/special/columns/todays-question/archive/2010/03/what-relic-from-all-of-history-would-you-most-like-to-see.shtml
Every day, MPR asks its listeners a Question that people can respond to via text message, or via a comment on the question’s page. They usually later read, on the air, some of the responses. I thought yesterday’s question was intriguing enough to post about here after the fact:

What relic, from all of history, would you most like to see?
The Science Museum of Minnesota opened its exhibit of the Dead Sea Scrolls over the weekend. Other recent exhibits have featured artifacts from the Titanic and Pompeii. Today’s Question: What relic, from all of history, would you most like to see?

I said that I would like to see the City of Pompeii and the artifacts therein, but some of the answers from others have an almost Doctor Who like quality (e.g. the Ten Commandments; the Library of Alexandria)
So what do YOU think?

One thought on “MPR Question: What Relic would you like to see?”

  1. Wow. So many to choose from. Stonehenge at it’s peak? The Giza plateau at it’s greatest? Galileo’s 1610 Telescope…
    But above all other I would most like to to see is
    CV 6 U.S.S. Enterprise

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