I'm OK with the list as lots of people voted for the new seven wonders of the world via an online poll. I have one exception--Christ the Redeemer in Brazil. It was erected in 1931. Compare the technology of the 1900's with what was available in Rome when the Coliseum was built, and that statue doesn't even rank with the other six that were named the seven wonders.
In case you are worried, the Pyramids of Giza, the only Ancient Wonders of the World still in existence, have been given honorary status as a continued wonder of the world. Isn't that nice?
Who were the people who didn't vote for those pyramids?
And, Stonehenge? Aren't people still wondering how those were built and for what purpose?
The statues on Easter Island make me wonder.
The Acropolis? Don't you know your ancient history?
Did I say I didn't have a problem with the list? I suppose I spoke too soon. I do have a problem. Why is the list limited to seven?