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
obviously most foods will survive.... Pizza being the obvious first that comes to mind, classical music such as Beethoven or Bach will obviously make it given that music has already transcended but I'd wager heavily against any generational music making it 50 years past the passing of said generation....the Beatles aren't simple enough like folk music nor was any of their music complex enough to survive time like classical.The music of the Beatles and the M1911.
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