|Mechanical island||krenek||4/3/12 9:43 AM|
|Re: Mechanical island||Walter_V_R||4/3/12 1:17 PM|
|Re: Mechanical island||Utapao||4/3/12 6:23 PM|
|Re: Mechanical island||krenek||4/4/12 9:52 AM|
time for a clue :
google ► 4 keywords ► solution
|Re: Mechanical island||krenek||4/6/12 8:12 AM|
|Re: Mechanical island||CuriousJM||4/7/12 6:50 AM|
Thanks for the pictorial clue - which as an old F&G player I could recognise easily;
The island looks more like a hand tool of stone age.
|Re: Mechanical island||krenek||4/7/12 11:43 PM|
Walter_V_R, Utapao, CuriousJM : BRAVO!
funny, "my" island looks like a reverse Corsica
google search with 4 keywords included in the OP
A N S W E R : (please highlight:)
where: Antikythera (island) <link
for the ones interested in science history and (very) ancient mechanical computers:
what: Antikythera Mechanism <link
video link: nature.com/nature/videoarchive/antikythera/ <link
|Re: Mechanical island||krenek||9/27/12 11:25 AM|
U P D A T E :
the special exhibition in athens, greece, has been extended to april 28, 2013
read this: National Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece
and this: antikythera-mechanism.gr
if you go there, don't miss it!
- - -
about this forum again:
- my previous message mentions 53 views for this puzzle
- today you can read 7 views!
it's more than lame!
|Re: Mechanical island||BluesCat||9/27/12 4:23 PM|
+1 ..... Those are the "benefits" of this software .... unfortunately....
El jueves, 27 de septiembre de 2012 13:25:38 UTC-5, krenek escribió: