As you may have heard from friends, or on the news, or maybe you figured it out for yourself, the current time is unique in human history. At 01:02:03 AM, or 123 seconds after 1 AM, on April 4th, 2006 or 04/05/06, the time and date will read 1-2-3-4-5-6. And as New York Times columnist David Pogue and many other people have pointed out, this will never happen again. Well, maybe once more as Wired News explains:
In Europe, which renders the date before the month, this singular moment will occur next month, at 123 seconds past 1 a.m. on 4 May. And after that, it most definitely will never occur again.
Barring someone or something taking over the world and resetting our calendars to before this very moment, it will never happen again. Interesting bit of information, no?
Read: Wired News