On the Next Thanksgivukkah the World Will Be Cold, Strange, and Ruled by Super-Turkeys

By Adam Mann As you’ve probably heard, Thanksgivukkah is the collision of a secular American holiday, Thanksgiving, with a historical and religious Jewish one, Hanukkah. This festive overlap is rarer than a planetary alignment, having occured just a couple times in history. And because of some strange calendar properties, this is basically the last Thanksgivukkah that will happen for more than 75,000 years. It got us thinking: What can we say scientifically about how the world will look that far in the future?

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Source: Wired