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WIN 'Nova: Ancient Computer' on DVD!

In 1900, a storm blew a boatload of sponge divers off course and forced them to take shelter by the tiny Mediterranean island of Antikythera. Diving the next day, they discovered a 2,000 year-old Greek shipwreck. Among the ship's cargo they hauled up was an unimpressive green lump of corroded bronze. Rusted remnants of gear wheels could be seen on its surface, suggesting some kind of intricate mechanism.

The first X-ray studies confirmed that idea, but how it worked and what it was for puzzled scientists for decades. Recently, hi-tech imaging has revealed the extraordinary truth: this unique clockwork machine was the world's first computer.

An array of 30 intricate bronze gear wheels, originally housed in a shoebox-size wooden case, was designed to predict the dates of lunar and solar eclipses, track the Moon's subtle motions through the sky, and calculate the dates of significant events such as the Olympic Games.

No device of comparable technological sophistication is known from anywhere in the world for at least another 1,000 years. So who was the genius inventor behind it?

And what happened to the advanced astronomical and engineering knowledge of its makers? NOVA follows the ingenious sleuthing that finally decoded the truth behind the amazing ancient Greek computer. If you would like to win a copy of this wonderful new DVD, just answer this easy question about, well, Computers: The first use of the word “computer” was recorded in 1613 in a book called ... what?! [Hint - It was written by English writer Richard Braithwait]

Send us your answers and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these new DVDs! Just send us an e:mail here before June 15th with your answer and the subject title CONTEST: ANCIENT COMPUTER DVDs to: exclusivemagazine@flash.net

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