Only 11? Hold on... *muttering* Y2K, 6/6/06, 7/7/07, 12/21/2012, Ragnarok, North Korea, Hillary threatening to nuke Russia, almost civil war after 2016 election, COVID, almost civil war over gun rights and racial tensions last year, almost civil war over gun rights and election results 11/04/2020 to present...
Motherfvcker, it really is 11 right now.
@Ajunta Pall, Dont forget Anthrax, SARS, and (insert animal) flus every few years.
@Mag3rPayne, It’s almost as if they Want us to be scared and clamoring for help from our lizard overlords...
@Ajunta Pall, you forgot the genuine threat of war with Korea that would likely escalate to world war 3, back in early 2019 or whenever that was
@Davrial, I put North Korea
@Ajunta Pall, I feel trump should be on your list and if you take out all the others and leave trump then that makes 28
@Ajunta Pall, what about the Y2k38 problem?
Computers keep track of time and date by using a 32-bit integer representing the number of seconds that have passed since 12:00 a.m. Jan 1st, 1970
"One of the possible manifestations of the bug on a specific machine: the date could reset at 03:14:08 UTC on 19 January 2038."
Now individual computer's resetting is one thing but what will happen to the internet after this?
We beat the IPv4 limitation by making IPv6 to co-exist with it and eventually completely replace it, but time can't use two values to draw from at the same time, right?
@Good Pineapple Pizza, this is why I buy 64-bit computers
@Ajunta Pall, they still use a 32-bit value to track time though, unless wikipedia is wrong
@Good Pineapple Pizza, well shjt, I better reset their clocks to 1970.
@Ajunta Pall, that would fix your personal computer, but a computer has to be set to the right year in order to communicate with the internet. I have an old 32-bit Thinkpad with a dead cmos battery in the motherboard, so everytime i plug in the laptop and power it on, the computer's clock is reset to 2003. If i don't set the date, it can't communicate with the internet, even though it's wifi is connected to the router.
Ya killed the boy. He cried you a sweater of tears, and ya killed em.
@TheStarHawk, I wasn't sure how big to make the hole for the head, so I used a watermelon for size
You get use to it