Post interesting ancient technologies that were ahead of their time.
Please no bullshit claims based on false interpretations of artistic depictions by paleoastronautics nutjobs
>muh ancient egyptian light bulbs
>muh aztec aeroplanes
>muh ancient indian spaceship
>please no bullshit claims based on false interpretations of artistic depictions
How do people who believe in this even explain it? It would be very unlikely that aliens or some ancient supercivilization would build their phones exactly like we did (even with the same design).
Did a Nokia travel back in time and got found and copied?
I shouldn't be telling you guys this, but the great pyramids were for generating electricity
>seemingly Roman sculpture found in south america, confirmed not hoax
This is indeed interesting.
Doesn't have to mean Romans crossed the Atlantic themselves though. Maybe it's like that medieval European coin found in Mexico, brought to North America by Vikings and then passing through the trade network until it winds up in Central America.
Pretty much anything Archimedes cooked up.
>Parabolic Mirror Ray
>Naval warfare claw
>Siege weaponry capable of fending of Rome for years.
The Aeolipile, a steam turbine invented 2000 years ago.