Many ancient authors, Cicero among them, wrote about a magnificent machine possibly invented by Archimedes. Archaeologists believe that they have found this device amid the wreckage of an ancient ship off the coast of the Greek Island of Lesbos.The mechanism has been dated to about 100 BCE.
At first it was thought to be a calendar and then it was believed to have some astronomical purpose. Dr Butchie Van Dyke told TheSpoof.com that she didn't understand it true purpose until she took it home:
"I had the device on my bed when all of a sudden it began to make this odd humming sound. It got stronger and stronger and soon the whole bed was vibrating. I just went with the flow and before I knew it I had a ...insight into the inscription from the poetess Sappho found on the machine. It was then that I began to chant the ancient Greek phrase: Gynos Exitos! You Go Girl!"
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