Captain Ned wrote:This is simply a thought experiment from a lifetime sci-fi geek. What bits of today's culture & hardware will still exist 10,000 years on?
EJ257 wrote:The wheel. Sure you can have all sort of unimaginable technological advances in transportation. I'm talking about a simple wheeled cart you can use to carry stuff around, requires no power except your own.
mnecaise wrote:With or without human intervention?
bthylafh wrote:Bach will survive.
Krogoth wrote:Radioactive waste and lunar landing sites, not much else.
wintermane666 wrote: fruitcake...
anotherengineer wrote:My Remains..................in my custom designed 316L stainless steel coffin
From: Dan E
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2006 10:15 AM
Subject: RE: stp for compare process
yeah, fancy. but what happens in the year 10,000 ?
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2006 10:05 AM
To: Dan E
Subject: stp for compare process
Scorm - Just so you know it is common to do the following when dealing with null WhenExpire dates
AND ISNULL(LaborDistribution.WhenExpire, '12/31/9999') > @StartDate