There’s no way the Ancient Greeks had modern technology,right?
I mean, we’re fairly sure, but this sculpture from the J. Paul Getty Museum is tripping the Internetout.
Look closely at the item being examined by the giant to the right.
At first glance it looks like a laptop complete with USB ports, but historians say it’s something else entirely.
The sculpture, dubbed “Grave Naiskos of an Enthroned Woman with an Attendant,”depicts a woman simply touching the lid of a chest, historians say.
Well, that’s kind of a downer.
Luckily YouTube conspiracy theorist StillSpeakingOut is keeping things lively with this video.
(Of course, even if the laptop theory really weretrue, you wouldn’t be able to do much with it.We’re pretty sure Ancient Greece wasn’t equipped withWiFi.)
Social media has its own theories, like this YouTube commenter who applied Occam’s razor in a very convincing way.
So really all we’re sure about now is that we want a pepperoni pizza.
Read more: http://twentytwowords.com/is-this-ancient-greek-statue-proof-that-time-travelers-exist/