The Antikythera Mechanism: The world’s oldest computer as a ‘Guide to the Galaxy’

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Video Clips: The Antikythera Mechanism – 2D
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New research has helped scientists unravel the mystery behind the Antikythera Mechanism, the world’s oldest computer which may have been used to predict the future… sort of.

According to researchers, the Antikythera Mechanism is the world’s oldest computer and was a device used as a ‘guide to the galaxy.’ The device has fascinated researchers for decades as nothing of the sort was known to have been made by mankind for thousands of years.

SOURCE: http://www.ancient-code.com/the-worlds-oldest-computer-a-2100-year-old-device-used-as-a-guide-to-the-galaxy/

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  • Lee Veltman
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    Forbidden knowledge. Google that page. Why don’t you do a video on the
    different alien races? Dreco Reptilian statue in Peru is interesting. The
    tall Nordic red headed Giants is also interesting. I could go on but after
    the paladians and the ewocks I forget where I’m making jokes and talking
    about speculative things. Good video here. Think this could of been the
    first alien crash here??? ?

  • Lee Veltman
    Reply

    Forbidden knowledge. Google that page. Why don’t you do a video on the
    different alien races? Dreco Reptilian statue in Peru is interesting. The
    tall Nordic red headed Giants is also interesting. I could go on but after
    the paladians and the ewocks I forget where I’m making jokes and talking
    about speculative things. Good video here. Think this could of been the
    first alien crash here??? ?

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