posted on Jun, 15 2014 @ 11:46 AM
I can't believe anyone would think the holes in the side are USB ports. The holes are round - not rectangular - thus clearly are PS2 ports and
demonstrate why Greek culture fell: it could not adapt to new technology (like USB) and thus was outpaced and supplanted.
If you want to be really impressed, check out all the Egyptian and other cultures from the ancient past depicting scrolls in their sculptures and
artwork and such. We are just now beginning to see flexible screens and electronic ink displays, and are still a ways off before shipping products
that will enable us to simply roll up a big HD display and shove it in our pocket.
Yepper, those ancient Khemetians were way ahead of us. Roll up SHD touch displays are far in advance of clunky rigid laptops. And don't even get me
started on those way cool pyramid shaped super broadband wifi and plasma wireless power generators and the obelisk extend stations. When we reach that
level of tech, then - maybe - we might have some bragging rights over at least a small part of the past. ;-)