the link doesn't work but I found the article anyhow
Interesting, but not wholly surprising. There have been many locations throughout the world that were important or sacred to ancient and prehistoric religions and cultures and then later converted for use for a later religion.
There are even some "modern" examples, such as the Pantheon in Rome is now a Catholic church, and the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul first as an Eastern Orthodox cathedral, then a Muslim mosque, and finally a cultural museum.
@Firebender: due to the way the actual MV calculates scores, I am actually "penalized" for submitting many games. I always get some points from each game, but it drops FAST. By the time i hit only my 50th game I am getting only 20% of its value added to my overall score. Add to this that the incoming score is or will be lower than the degradation (until it hits 65%). So....eventually even my 50th game where I get 20% of my score, will drop by another 35% of its value.
Since most of my games are roughly 10,000pts. This means I will get 2000pts added to my overall score for my 50th game. After a period of time that will degrade further to only 1300 pts.
I do not know where the lowest value is for a new game. To be of actual value I would need it to be at least 20% of the value (which is reached at 50 games) but if it continues to lower or bottoms at 1%, this means my 1000th game would be worth only 100 points to my overall score and would degrade to only 65 points.
Now, again, I don't actually know the lowest percentage value, as I've only been able to find statistics up to 50 games (partly because no one has played enough to calculate it).
I've made the assumption that it bottoms out at 20%, which after degradation, at 1000 games, will give me a MV score of roughly 1.35 million [(950 * 10000 * .2 *.65)+100,000]
If it drops to 1%, my final score can be as low as 160,000-200,000pts. That would really suck to be honest because that means I could have achieved a higher MV score with ONE larger map as compared to ONE THOUSAND tiny maps.