Lego Antikythera Mechanism 12. Dezember 2010 Via coollegoskillstechnologyShare ThisTweetTeilenPlus oneTeilenEmail Frühere Beiträge Car Makes Noises – Weird But Awesome Music Video – OK Go – Needing/Getting http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MejbOFk7H6c Via Dog Does Not Like Treats From Obama http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XivhwO_zWWg Via Crazy Crow Can Talk – Waka Waka – Say Never More http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIX_6TBeph0 Via Dieser Beitrag hat 13 Kommentare How much fun is this making video’s .. When you have time come visit my channel! How much fun is this making video’s .. When you have time come visit my channel! Why was an eclipse so important that one would build an elaborate system to predict one? so… playin with lego, thats your fulltime job, then? Super Metroid song… haha, very cool. holy shit that is awesome! @auroral I guess an eclipse was a most frightening sight in the times before modern science lifted the veil of ignorance from humanity’s face. If one were able to predict it, he or she would surely have been worshipped as a seer or medium by the common folk. In my opinion, if abused by a king or religious leader, the antikythera mechanism would have been an extraordinarily powerful tool to control the dull masses. @SUISElSEKI And your assumption is based on what? And we are supposed to believe that ancient people thought the world was flat??? ya sure… @auroral True, it does seem somewhat „useless“. However, one could theorize that if a person could build such an elaborate device for predicting lunar eclipses, imagine what else they could have built with said person’s knowledge. The actual Antikythera Mechanism could calculate not only eclipses, but the position of the sun, moon stars and other celestial bodies. I wanna be married to a engineer @PancakeRecipes the Greeks actually believed the Earth was round, it was the Catholics that said it was flat @SUISElSEKI I think you have been reading too much David Icke, or watch too much Stargate mate Kommentare sind geschlossen.