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Topic: What happen when system year exceed 9999

Catherine !TGirlYJKXM started this discussion 8 months ago #37

Hopefully, technology will be better before then and humanity will still be around.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkEZFaCE6Qc

wildchild !7vQj8inY06 joined in and replied with this 8 months ago, 10 hours later[^] [v] #166

Computers, and our current model of technology will be considered to be prehistoric. They'll most likely create a fix if not.

Dw joined in and replied with this 8 months ago, 45 minutes later, 11 hours after the original post[^] [v] #167

@previous (wildchild !7vQj8inY06)
Do you even know what prehistoric means

wildchild !7vQj8inY06 replied with this 8 months ago, 1 hour later, 13 hours after the original post[^] [v] #170

@previous (Dw)

> Do you even know what prehistoric means

It means before history.
Our current technology would be to them what the bronze age is to us. Prehistoric was the wrong term, but I didn't matter with specifics.

Our computers wouldn't be functioning due to disintegration anyway, and it's extremely unlikely that any of our electronic technology would last til the year 9999.

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Catherine !TGirlYJKXM (OP) replied with this 8 months ago, 39 minutes later, 13 hours after the original post[^] [v] #171

However, we cannot be so sure.

Dw replied with this 8 months ago, 1 hour later, 15 hours after the original post[^] [v] #173

@170 (wildchild !7vQj8inY06)
Thanks. Thanks.

@previous (Catherine !TGirlYJKXM)
Of what

Catherine !TGirlYJKXM (OP) replied with this 8 months ago, 12 minutes later, 15 hours after the original post[^] [v] #175

@previous (Dw)
That our technology will be obsolete. Humans will probably not exist then, but why should we assume technology will continue to advance?

wildchild !7vQj8inY06 replied with this 8 months ago, 36 minutes later, 16 hours after the original post[^] [v] #176

@previous (Catherine !TGirlYJKXM)

> That our technology will be obsolete. Humans will probably not exist then, but why should we assume technology will continue to advance?

Not to mention any electronics produced today, unless maybe possibly kept in a condition where they are properly maintained regularly and kept from the environment, won't last more than a few hundred at most let alone a few thousand years.

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pilaf joined in and replied with this 8 months ago, 23 minutes later, 16 hours after the original post[^] [v] #180

@175 (Catherine !TGirlYJKXM)

> That our technology will be obsolete. Humans will probably not exist then, but why should we assume technology will continue to advance?

so why make a thread about 9999? wtf

Anonymous E joined in and replied with this 8 months ago, 17 hours later, 1 day after the original post[^] [v] #199

Can you set a clock on a regular computer to 9999 to see what will happen when it's exceeded? My guess is that it resets back to 0 on some devices.
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