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If you are not a member yet, you can sign up at https://sg/.Full payment has to be made first to secure your seat to the event.In other words, the argument is based on the fact that the last year of the first two thousand years in the Gregorian calendar was 2000, not 1999.The "year 2000" has also been a popular phrase referring to an often utopian future, or a year when stories in such a future were set, adding to its cultural significance.This ordinal numbering is still used in the names of the millennia and centuries, for example the 1st millennium or the 10th century, and sometimes in the names of decades, e.g., 1st decade of the 11th century.The main issues arise from the content of the various year ranges. Decades are not subject to ambiguity, as they are named according to their leading numbers: the decade called the 1990s by its naming does not include 2000.There was also media and public interest in the Y2K bug.People liked to compared their odometer as a reason to celebrate the new millennium which goes from 1999 to 2000.
There was a popular debate leading up to the celebrations of the year 2000 as to whether the beginning of that year should be understood (and celebrated) as the beginning of a new millennium.
Stephen Jay Gould argued that the choice is arbitrary, and since the question revolves around rules made by people, rather than a natural phenomenon that is subject to experimental measurement, the matter cannot be resolved.
The ISO 8601, employed in a number of contexts, uses the astronomical calendar, in which year counting starts at 0.
So the calendar has not 'cheated' anyone out of a year.
Clarke made reference to this viewpoint in his book 3001: The Final Odyssey referring to the Millennium Celebrations on December 31, 2000.