on 11/16/05 7:58 AM, off_world_beings at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

>> From Wikipedia, on Y2K.
>> In the end, significant disasters such as nuclear reactor
> meltdowns or
>> plane crashes did not occur, but the number of non-critical Y2K
> errors
>> encountered on January 1, 2000 was extensive. Due to the lack of
>> disasters and the faulty "end of the world" expectations, the
> public
>> largely, but perhaps wrongly, regarded the Y2K passage as a non-
> event.>>>
> It was not an issue. A few computers may have blinked, with or
> without the intervention.

Sounds like an opinion to me. Can you back it up with facts or statements
from an authoritative source?

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