2697: "Y2K and 2038"

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2697: "Y2K and 2038"

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Re: 2697: "Y2K and 2038"

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I did not expect wikipedia to discuss problems thousands of years into the future.
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Re: 2697: "Y2K and 2038"

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heuristically_alone wrote: Sat Nov 12, 2022 1:28 pm I did not expect wikipedia to discuss problems thousands of years into the future.
Wikipedia has a timeline of the future of the universe that includes events after all black holes have evaporated through Hawking-radiation approximately 10100 years from now. of course it discusses problems a mere couple milleniums in the future...
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Re: 2697: "Y2K and 2038"

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And here I am thinking about the problem of what's the latest I can set my alarm tomorrow and still be ready on time.
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