Future imperfect

I shudder at the thought of scrolling this much:

Someone did go back to AD 1, but I didn’t attempt to determine if these dates were Julian or Gregorian. And I still don’t know the upper limit. Since calendars repeat after not too many years, it’s not like you’d need every last byte of RAM on the planet to get to, say, AD 802701, the year in which H. G. Wells’ Time Traveller met up with the Eloi and the Morlocks.

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  1. McGehee »

    1 April 2018 · 11:46 am

    By the 305th century I expect we’ll all be on the Zuckerbergian calendar.

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