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The difference between the Millennium and year 2000 (378 words)
The reason why the 3rd Millennium / 21st Century starts in 2001 is because there was no year 0 (or AD 0, 0 BC).
The next (2nd) Millennium starts 1000 years after the first, that is in year 1+1000 = 1001.
The 21st Century and the 3rd Millennium by the U.S. Naval Observatory
NationMaster - Encyclopedia: 3rd millennium AD (398 words)
NationMaster - Encyclopedia: 3rd millennium AD The United States, India and China account for a third of all arable and permanent cropland in the world.
The third millennium AD is a period of time which began on January 1, 2001 and will end on December 31, 3000.
There was also a third millennium BC, which began (by the modern calendar) on January 1, 3000 BC and ended on December 31, 2001 BC.
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