The original Antikythera computer was found on board a ship broken and fused together dated back to 150 B.C. technology like this would not be seen for another 1,000 years.
Several attempts have been made using the 81 parts found via 3d modeling, xray etc. to recreatea and reconstruct a working Antikythera with no success.
Oddly enough an amateur Michael Wright, a former curator at the Science Museum in London, has built a replica of the Antikythera, which works perfectly. COOL!
-from the Article on Wired.com by By Charlie Sorrel
Brings up a ongoing question though. If we were so ahead of ourselves technology wise 2,000 years ago, what happened? Was technology the victim of those in powe?. Could be, I mean look how long it's taken us to get to green and fuel efficient cars.
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