Do you think that on the hundredth anniversary of 911 on September 11, 3001, people will still remember it?

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Question by Calendar Weeks: Do you think that on the hundredth anniversary of 911 on September 11, 3001, people will still remember it?
We are almost to the tenth anniversary of 911 and many people still remember all of it. Do you think that the majority of people will still be around to remember it in 90 years from now on September 11, 3001 when we have the hundredth anniversary of it?
Oops, I miscounted years. I mean 2101, not 3001.

Best answer:

Answer by Anthony
Yes, but with the generation that witnessed it gone it will lose it's impact on society.

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Albuquerque fire chief helps Lab commemorate anniversary of 9/11
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Image by Los Alamos National Laboratory
At a ceremony outside Los Alamos National Laboratory's National Security Science Building, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Fire Department Chief James Breen called the 10th anniversary of 9/11 "a day of vigilance" and a day to remember and honor those who died in the 9/11 attacks.

At left is Ike Richardson, deputy Lab director, who spoke to those assembled about his having been at the Pentagon on 9/11, very close to where the hijacked plane struck the building.

At right is Wayne Torpy, chief of the Los Alamos County Police Department.

The remembrance event included placing a wreath of flowers at the Pentagon Memorial and a 21-gun salute.

September 8, 2011

Photo by Sandra Valdez

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Comments (4)

  1. xpatinasia

    You’ve posted this before. What’s up? Too, you should learn to count.

  2. Robin William

    We won’t be on planet earth

  3. Tammy

    lol,you are funny.

  4. clayjar_azn

    Everyone that was alive during 9/11 would have passed away already by then. You think people usually live more than 100 years? I would be 128 years old.

    It will be like World War I. We read about it in the history books and no one is alive from that war.