What is Temple

Temple is the smallest indivisible piece of land that keeps every trace of any social activity of users within its boundaries. Temple shows the full time scale of reality to any person at any time.

Temple is a limited geographical space for storing unlimited social memory. The entire Earth surface consists of about 1.6 million Temples, oceans and deserts included. Each Temple has a unique name and constant coordinates.

Every Temple has citizens. The status of a citizen of any Temple is automatically assigned to people who spend most of their time and activity within this Temple for at least 40 days. /

Each Temple has one Angel. The Angel status is ascribed to the citizen having the biggest nimb within the Temple.

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