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However, the guy who wrote the very first one, Will Crowther, has stated explicitly that the 1.0 incarnation of Adventure is lost to antiquity (which is what I said in the article).
Crowther's coworker Don Woods wrote the oldest surviving version of Adventure—in Fortran, no less—but it wasn't the first.
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Discoveries on the Scottish isle of South Uist suggest that ancient Britons practiced ritual mummification 3,000 years ago, using the curative properties of local peat bogs to preserve bodies.
Similarly, history also recognizes the Inca of Peru for the practice of mummification—and its worship of mummified ancestors—as noted by Spanish conquerors in the 16th century.
WHAT ANCIENT PEOPLES WERE THE FIRST CULTURE KNOWN TO PRACTICE MUMMIFICATION?
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Britain is heading for its third general election in less than five years after Boris Johnson said yesterday that he would go to the polls rather than accept another Brexit delay.
Every week, yours truly will choose the best post from the assembled masses and discuss it in the next edition of Geek Trivia.
This week's quibble comes from the March 7 edition of Geek Trivia, "The cheat goes on." Tech Republic member bixbyru refused to accept my pronouncement that the original version of the video game Adventure was lost to history.