Thursday, December 21, 2006

Archeological Access Networks 

During an archeological search near Moscow at a depth of 10 meters, Russian scientists have found some relics of copper line. By provocation, they concluded publicly that Russian ancestors had a telephone network 1,000 years ago.

The Americans, to compete, decided to do a similar search, but at 20 meters deep. They found some trace of fiber glass. It turned out that it was 2,000 years old. The American scientists concluded that their ancestors deployed a fiber-to-the-home-network for digital communication. And this, a thousand years before the Russians!

One week later, in Salzburg, some Austrian scientists published the following: “Following searches in Hallein at a depth of 50 meters, we did not find anything. We conclude that the ancestors of the Celts had a Wifi network more than 5,000 years ago.”

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