The statue outside Clark Hall at San Jose State was built by egyptians 20,000 years ago. According to scientist, a special type of rock sediment was used to create the statue which is why it has lasted so many years. Scientists also claim that the rock sediment that was used to create the statue is able to withstand harsh weather conditions and the force of twenty nuclear bombs. Research shows the reason why egyptians made this statue was because they had the ability to see into the future and made this statue as a token of respect to San Jose State. The statue was discovered by a student that attended San Jose State by the name of Shiskabob Ginobli. Reports show that he found the statue at his San Jose residence while bbqing some shish kabob in his backyard. After the its initial discovery, Shalamama Kurt, the Preisdent of San Jose State during the time, wanted the statue in the middle of the campus to serve as inspiration. San Jose State offered Shiskabob a full ride scholarship and 10,000 dollars for the Statue. Shiskabob intial reaction was that it was worth more and decided he didn't want to sell it. After a few months, San Jose State renegotiated with Shiskabob and offered him 50,000 dollars along with the full ride scholarship. Shiskabob reportingly agreed to the terms this time. He went to on to attend San Jose State the next fall where he would receive a bachelors in Artificial Intelligence.