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The Antikythera Mechanism

On a short trip to Athens in January this year, I was able to spend a couple of hours in the city’s National Archaeological Museum… 204 more words

Mr. Future’s Secret Past

The clashing of metals, the unearthly thrum and the constant hammering and pounding were driving the Harveys up the wall. In the beginning, they’d been thrilled about having a world famous scientist living next door. 1,974 more words


The Antikythera Mechanism

The Antikythera Mechanism has always been shrouded in mystery. Upon its descovery many scientists were lead to belive that the ancient world was hidding artifacts of unimaginable make and design and although that has yet to be determined it doesnt make this artifact any less interesting. 134 more words


The Antikythera mechanism is a 2,000-year-old computer - Updated by Brian Resnick May 17, 2017, 12:00am EDT

115 years ago, divers found a hunk of bronze off a Greek island. It changed our understanding of human history.

A picture taken at the Archaeological Museum in Athens on September 14, 2014 shows a piece of the Antikythera Mechanism. 556 more words

Point Of Interest


Τα Κύθηρα για πρώτη φορά στην ιστορία αναφέρονται στα Ορφικά ως, η Κυθερεια Θεα του Έρωτα τροφός! Το νησί που βρίσκεται στα νότια της Πελοποννήσου και νοτιότερα της Ελαφονήσου και του κάβο Μαλιά, σας περιμένει να το ερωτευτείτε!

Hackaday Links: February 12, 2017

Taking small LCD screens, a tiny computer running Linux, and a 3D printed enclosure to build miniature versions of old computers is a thing now. … 289 more words

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