2040s

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The 2040s (pronounced "twenty-forties") is a decade of the Gregorian calendar that will begin on January 1, 2040, and will end on December 31, 2049.

Millennium: 3rd millennium
Centuries:
Decades:
Years:
  • 2040
  • 2041
  • 2042
  • 2043
  • 2044
  • 2045
  • 2046
  • 2047
  • 2048
  • 2049
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This list includes notable predictions by world organizations and figures of ideal goals set. It also includes scheduled events as of the present year that include treaties and/or deals with expiration dates. The information provided below comes with uncertainty as predictions and events are almost always changing with up to date information.

Notable predictions and known eventsEdit

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  • 2043 will see the close of 6000 years of human history, according to the count of years in the Hebrew Old Testament. This may be readily computed by placing the construction of Solomon's Temple (1 Kings 6:1) at 966 BC, a widely accepted date based on the work of Edwin Thiele in the mid 20th century.[15] From 966 BC count back 2992 years to the first man, as given in the Old Testament record (1656 Adam to the Flood,[16] 427 to Abraham,[17] 430 to the Exodus,[18] 479 to 1 Kings 6:1.)[19] This places the first man at 3958 BC. 6000 years forward takes one to 2043 AD.

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Predicted astronomical eventsEdit

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SpeculationsEdit

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Fictional referencesEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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