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Great Wall of China

Posted by Harikrishnan Menon on November 06, 2003

In Reply to: Great Wall of China posted by Priya on November 06, 2003

: Hi folks! I got into a discussion with a colleague of mine on whether the Great Wall of China was visible from the moon or not.
: can someone please confirm if I am right or not

: Ans while we are at it Shakespear said "To be or not to be"
: "be" what???? and is this phrase from "As you like it"?

a) It's *not* visible to the naked eye from the surface of the moon - not by a long chalk.

b) "To be" in this case means "to exist". That is, whether to live or not.

c) It's from Hamlet, not As You Like It.