What is the most significant year in human history?

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As the title says really. Can be for any reason, major battle, major discovery. A political event. A birth a death etc.
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The current year. The past cannot be changed and the future can still be influenced by what you all do today.
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Most significant year in recent human history? 1945.
Most significant year in modern human history? 1776
Most significant year in all human history? Don't think it's easy to bridge that distance.
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The day's humans first were a thing as if that had never happened, human history wouldn't have been a thing
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1453. With the battle of Castilion the 100 years war comes to an end. Henry VI soon becomes mad leading to the war of the roses.

Meanwhile in the east, the Ottoman Turks launch their final assault on Constantinople, the city is defended by a few Byzantines and some Ventians. Ottoman strength is too much however and Constantinople collapses. Over 1000 years of empire comes to a crushing end as the second Rome falls.
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1909

the first electric car was released

https://www.stolenhistory.org/thread...ry-in-1909.21/
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202 BC, Battle of Zama ends in decisive Roman victory, finally ending 17 years of war with the Carthaginians. Rome had been on the brink of collapse on numerous occasions during the war thanks to Hannibal's tactical mastery. Nevertheless, Roman victory established their dominance of the Mediterranean which would last for 700 years, and their empire would exist in some form for a further thousand years. Rome's influence on western civilization is unmatched, but they could so easily have died to Carthage so early on which would have dramatically changed the course of history. Christianity was born in and adopted by the Roman empire, the biggest most influential religion in history. Without Roman occupation of Jerusalem and the surrounding areas Jesus would very likely have been born and Christianity never created. Perhaps a similar religion wouldve taken its place in a similar time, perhaps something completely different. And of course without the birth of Christianity you would not have the birth of Islam. It really is impossible to say how different world history would be without the Roman Empire having existed.
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(Original post by Andrew97)
As the title says really. Can be for any reason, major battle, major discovery. A political event. A birth a death etc.
A dead heat between 1961 and 1983.
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The year Baba J was born; or Mohammed.
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Profresh has some good ones.

I might plump for the death of Jesus so 0AD.
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