Scientists suggest a ‘day zero’ for the oldest computer ever found out

Created some time between 200 BC and 60 BC, the Antikythera mechanism is the oldest known personal computer mechanism in existence. This historic, geared unit for tracking the heavens is in fairly negative form following all that time.

But, in spite of the rust, researchers might have ultimately unveiled a attainable day it was very first established ticking—also known as “Day Zero.”

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