Monday, May 23, 2011

New Film Suggest Ada Lovelace May Not have Died of Natural Causes!

A research assistant working for the Difference Engine Foundation found an early form of film in a secret vault in a home that belonged to Charles Babbage, the historical inventor of the Difference Engine. It appears to show the last moments of the Countess Ada Lovelace (his assistant and inventor of computer programming) right before her death. She supposedly died of medical issues at home, but this film suggests otherwise!

Please click on the link:     Last moments of the Countess Ada Lovelace

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NOTE: The song at the end "I Am Stretched on Your Grave" is a translation of an anonymous 17th-century Irish poem titled "Táim sínte ar do thuama".[1] It was translated into English several times, most notably by Frank O'Connor.[2] It was put to music by musician Philip King in 1979.[3] Two verses of that song were blended with a custom written verse and sung by Ramon Leon Del Mar and added to the end of this video before it was posted to cyberspace.

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