The 21st Century AD, is what most people would label this year. It's a bit like our being in our tenth year when we're still saying we're nine year's old.
For example, we are not one year old when we are born, but we are IN our first year, i.e. we are living within the first twelve months of our life so we cannot claim to be one year old until a full year has passed from when we were born.
We passed the 20th Century behind us in 2000 AD - or may 1999 (there could be some debate here) That was the Twentieth Century - Hence 20th Century Fox films, for example. So, to reiterate, we're now in the 21st Century.
by ngureco 2 weeks ago
What Century Are We In Now? When Does A Century Starts And Ends?
by Andrew Spacey 5 years ago
In this 21st century have the privileged got too greedy?If as humans all we need is food&water, shelter, love, work and belief shouldn't we be cutting down on our material luxuries?Is corporate greed to blame for the current recession and financial anxiety?Are tax havens for the rich...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 months ago
In 21st century, postmodern, computerized America, do you see the number of 1-child familiesincreasing among highly educated & affluent couples? Conversely, do you see less educated & poorer couples still opting for larger families(4-more children)?
by Sophia Angelique 5 years ago
Here are some quotes from the article below:"“America is in danger, I think, of becoming something of a legal backwater,” Justice Michael Kirby of the High Court of Australia said in a 2001 interview. He said that he looked instead to India, South Africa and New Zealand.""In a...
by Kenneth C Agudo 4 years ago
Are we really created by God equally?Why is that there are poor and there are rich, normal and disabled person, tragic life and happy life. Things seems to be not equal so are we really created by God equally?
by jackavc 7 years ago
What is the greatest gadget of the twentieth century?
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