Another case of “twist of time” found corrosive to U.S. researchers. This time attention was drawn to a mural by the Italian artist Umberto Romano, “Mr. Pynchon and the settlement of Springfield,” written in 1937. The authors sensation draw attention to the fact that one of the characters depicted in this painting, holding an iPhone!
Painting Umberto Romano, “Mr. Pynchon and the settlement of Springfield.”
Indeed, if you examine the picture carefully, eyes clinging to some “neponyatku” in the right part of the image. There the artist painted of an Indian holding in his hands a rectangular object, the size is clearly similar to the modern “fancy” iPhone. But how could he be among the things depicted 80 years ago, long before the “age of mobile”?!
Mural mystery now adorns the interiors of Public buildings of the Commonwealth in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. As experts explain, the basis of the plot went to the real events of the war between the indigenous Indian tribes and the first English settlers in America, occurred in the XVII century.
Art historians still find it difficult to say unequivocally what is really depicted Umberto Romano in this part of the picture. Possible choices are called mirror or a prayer book. But this version seems unconvincing to many.
On the American game, “a prehistoric mobile phone” we have a similar miracle. However, it already seems to be finally exposed.
On the Moscow metro station “Kievskaya-Koltsevaya”, which was built in the early 1950’s, the Central passenger hall is decorated with several mosaics. So that’s one of them – “the Struggle for Soviet power in Ukraine”, depicts the guerrillas, “armed to the teeth with” modern gadgets such as mobile phone, PDA and laptop.
It is a thought that comes to mind when you first see this artwork. Some have studied this phenomenon have come to the conclusion that the way we talk about the absolutely amazing story: supposedly, a long time ago have already been invented and used in classified organizations in mobile communications, became widely known only in our time. However a similar sensation debunked experts in the old technology. They explain that in reality, the mosaic shows a portable telephone of the army, which was produced в1910-1920 in Germany, and that because of not very successful combination of colors in this part of the mosaic viewers just hard to see depicted there the wires connecting the phone with its box.
As the saying goes, “a casket just opened!”
Now it is the turn for Americans to uncover the mystery.