Experts Discovered Fragments Of The Famous “Antikythera Mechanism” On Mars

Scott Waring, a well-known Taiwanese ufologist and virtual archaeologist, claims that there is a mechanism on Mars’ surface that mimics the Antikythera Mechanism, a well-known archaeological relic.

The researcher examined NASA archive pictures and discovered something unusual about them.

The relic, according to Waring, resembles an ancient brass computer known as the Antikythera Mechanism.

The Antikythera mechanism (created in the 2nd century BCE) is an ancient Greek hand-powered orrery that has been regarded as the world’s earliest analog computer, capable of predicting astronomical locations and eclipses for decades in advance.

According to the virtual archaeologist, Martian residents, like Earthlings, formerly employed a similar instrument to forecast cosmic phenomena.

Waring is certain that the presence of such devices on Mars indicates the existence of a technologically sophisticated culture on Mars that perished as a consequence of an unexplained disaster.

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