Is This Ancient Greek Statue Really Holding a Laptop?

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Published on March 16, 2016

The statue titled “Grave Naiskos of an Enthroned Woman with an Attendant” has conspiracy theorists debating whether or not the Greek statue is proof that time travel is real and that the Greeks brought back a laptop. The statue dates back to 100 BC and has many conspiracy theorists questioning if the Oracle of Delphi, which was said to connect priests with supernatural beings and advanced information, was actually a modern-day laptop. Historians claim the woman is “touching the lid of a shallow chest,” while others claim it is a music box, but could the latest theory be right? Watch as Nik and Mark debate conspiracy theories further on the Lip News.

  1. dena81

    It's got to be a personal dvd player, i mean come on guys look at how big those headphone jacks are? She's watching My Big Fat Greek Wedding.

  2. bobbyb5

    She's obviously playing Battleship.

  3. Wolfee

    This is the result of someone overclocking their CPU so hard it goes back in time.

  4. No guys, it's a chocolate box from Nestle…….

  5. Has anyone ever noticed how some of the biggest conspiracy theorists are also some of the uncultured and uneducated?

  6. what's with all these private videos appearing in the playlist?

  7. Brian B

    Al Gore invented the internet so it cant be a laptop . I'm with the guy that just recently figured out how to comb his hair its a mirror .

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