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I got a 2005 afterward and it's pristine except for a spot that was badly repaired after an accident that's starting to rust.
Also, I had the unfortunate "opportunity" of learning Cobol in University, I was in the last class taught before they retired the mandatory class. It's like any other programming language in University, after one semester of class you know basically nothing and it covers stuff you could've picked up in a few days of self teaching on the internet.
I mean, the CTO of the whole mobile label at Electronic Arts was wearing Jeans on a good day so.. Different industries, different standards, suits make you look unprofesionnal in my industry.
Do you have an issue with the assumed length of life on earth? I mean, at worse according to young earth creationism it would be a 10 000 year old chemical reaction, still impressive.
That's going to be extremely difficult but less so than implanting memories, especially from a source other than you.
As for sacrificial materials, well the whole point is that they get "sacrified" ie: eaten up before the metal you want to protect. At some point depending on conditions, your anode will have been fully corroded, galvanized or whatever the reaction is. So, it's not going to be indefinitely. I had a to swap the anode on a 4 year old water heater for example because of the water composition here.