STONEHENGE STONES

Counting stones at Stonehenge was a major problem for centuries.  Everyone who tried, got lost in the maze and missed some and counted others twice. Then there were the holes that might have held stones and several piles of stone chips where tourists had taken souvenirs. It was quite a puzzle until modern technology and aerial photography solved the dilemma.  The first time they counted, however, they still got the wrong answer because a scientist was standing in one of the holes and was counted.

Today, or tomorrow, when your computer goes down, and you get lost in the maze of lost bits and bytes and chips, call Dr. Bob, the Computer Doctor to use his IT skills to solve your problem.  Just remember to get out of the way so you aren’t in the picture.

Taken from “Beyond Stonehenge” by Gerald S. Hawkins

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