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1875 in various calendars
Gregorian calendar1875
MDCCCLXXV
Ab urbe condita2628
Armenian calendar1324
ԹՎ ՌՅԻԴ
Assyrian calendar6625
Bahá'í calendar31–32
Balinese saka calendar1796–1797
Bengali calendar1282
Berber calendar2825
British Regnal year38 Vict. 1 – 39 Vict. 1
Buddhist calendar2419
Burmese calendar1237
Byzantine calendar7383–7384
Chinese calendar甲戌(Wood Dog)
4571 or 4511
    — to —
乙亥年 (Wood Pig)
4572 or 4512
Coptic calendar1591–1592
Discordian calendar3041
Ethiopian calendar1867–1868
Hebrew calendar5635–5636
Hindu calendars
 - Vikram Samvat1931–1932
 - Shaka Samvat1796–1797
 - Kali Yuga4975–4976
Holocene calendar11875
Igbo calendar875–876
Iranian calendar1253–1254
Islamic calendar1291–1292
Japanese calendarMeiji 8
(明治8年)
Javanese calendar1803–1804
Julian calendarGregorian minus 12 days
Korean calendar4208
Minguo calendar37 before ROC
民前37年
Nanakshahi calendar407
Thai solar calendar2417–2418
Tibetan calendar阳木狗年
(male Wood-Dog)
2001 or 1620 or 848
    — to —
阴木猪年
(female Wood-Pig)
2002 or 1621 or 849

1875 (MDCCCLXXV) was a common year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Wednesday of the Julian calendar, the 1875th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 875th year of the 2nd millennium, the 75th year of the 19th century, and the 6th year of the 1870s decade. As of the start of 1875, the Gregorian calendar was 12 days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923.

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Hello internet - and welcome back to the most inquisitive channel on YouTube - Life’s Biggest Questions - the place where we all calmly stand around a digital water-cooler and discuss the not-so-surreal real world implications of the SCP Foundation and its hideous host of anomalies. What’s going on guys - as per usual, I’ll be your disembodied floating voice Jack Finch - as we once again dig through the archives of the SCP Foundation, try and figure out our ELO rating - before remembering that we’re - thankfully - terrible at chess - and curiously ask the question, What If SCP 1875 Was Real? It’s easy to think that - on the surface, SCP 1875 is merely all about chess - but in reality, it’s a precursor to an entire other level of the terrifying depths so often found in the foundation’s deepest records. It poses a wider question, one which is rarely explored in the world of horror. What if - in this digital age - we had a ghost, in the machine? Before we loom ominously over that posit though - you know how it is guys - if you’re a fan of this video, the SCP Foundation - haunted cyborg chess machines - or just Life’s Biggest Questions in general, then be a dear and hit that thumbs up button - as well as that subscribe bell, so you can stay inundated with our hypothetical questioning barrage. If you’d like to get in touch with myself or the creative team here at Life’s Biggest Questions - then head down to the info box below. On with the show. As the record states - SCP 1875 is an Euclid class object - a Victorian-era chess automaton - that consists of four principal components - neatly referred to as SCP-1875 - one through four. You’ll sense a pattern here - because on the surface, or on their own - none of these things are particularly terrifying - but, well - it takes a while to kick in. The first component is a steel chess board table with a standard eight by eight grid, of 64 checkered squares painted neatly on its surface. Based on it’s compositional makeup - research staff have identified the exact material to be English crucible steel - that was likely cast sometime in the mid to late 1800s. The chess board itself was retrieved by the Foundation sometime in the 90s - from an abandoned laboratory facility discovered beneath the former residence of an undisclosed University Professor in Northamptonshire, England. Now - here’s the kicker - the table contains a sophisticated mechanical and biological system that controls a matrix of 64 electromagnets - which is hooked up to the combined brain tissue of two young girls. The twin daughters of an undisclosed Russian chess prodigy. The foundation holds record of the two girls existence - where subsequent historical records indicate the disappearance of his twin daughters. They were never found, and the Russian authorities failed to identity the person - or persons - responsible. The leading theory is that SCP 1875 is indeed sentient - and the twin girls are responsible. The second component is a 32 chess piece carved in the Oriental style from human bone - samples of which have been genetically matched to tissue samples from the infused biological matter relating to the twin girls. The third component is a stationary steam engine manufactured by Maudslay, Sons and Field - which was also acquired from the estate of the same University Professor. As demonstrated in several test incidents - this engine is responsible for powering the chess table. The fourth component - which incidentally is perhaps the least bizzare - is an 18th-century suit of Samurai armor in the Gusoku style - that serves the purpose of being seated on a chair beside the chess table - acting as a performance prop for players. Nothing to see here, really - although several researchers have reported prolonged feelings of anxiety after making eye contact with the armors face plate. Like I said - it all seems pretty innocent, right? If not remarkably unsettling and a tad - Victorian, shall we say? It’s a chess automaton with a sprinkle of theatre, right? Well - when all of these components were combined, and researchers began undergoing tests on the entity - that’s when things started getting weird - even with the Foundation’s track record. When researchers tested it on it’s 5th setting - the board began to make illegal and random moves - ramming pieces across the board and generally being a pig-headed and not-so-nice chess-solving machine - and then, five minutes after testing completed - the entire staff of SCP 1875 were sent a random email - with a bizarre heading in Russian, and an image attachment. A black and white photograph of two young girls … distorted and twisted in a deeply unsettling image. Queue memetic traumatic event, because this is where things get really weird. Researchers who clicked the image soon started reporting mild anxiety - headaches, restlessness, insomnia - and reports for auditory hallucination - often heard as quiet, child-laugh laughter - the twin girls giggling. At the end, it culminated in researchers self-mutilating themselves - while wildly demanding access to a computer, so they could view the image again. Reportedly, the only final outcome is death. And well - this is where we’re brought full circle - because in the wide array of data and digital fingerprints across the internet - is it plausible to believe that one day - perhaps not now, but in the near future - that there will be the lingering memory of consciousness in the vast ocean of information? Let’s take a brief look at Whole Brain Emulation - and the hypothetical process of mind and brain upload. Have you ever thought about uploading your mind to a machine, and living forever in an immortal synthetic shell. Of course, you’d technically be a robot, but you’d still be you. Or would you? It’s a question that has stumped modern philosophers for decades. You’d still possess all of your memories, all of your emotions, identity and individual psychology - but your consciousness would be digitized. According to Randal Koene, a Neuroscientist and founder of the Carbon Copies Foundation - he states that it is entirely probable that our human minds can be uploaded and digitally recreated - and technology is merely on the brink of this discovery. So - if we can imagine that, then in the age of connectivity - an entity like SCP-1875 could theoretically exist. Unwittingly, we could be our own creators - the makers of our own personal ghosts. What would happen if code harbored a grudge? What if with every whole brain upload, a trace of that consciousness lingered - waiting in the dark corners of modernity to enact their paranormal revenge? Well - I think that’d be enough internet for me. Unfortunately folks, that’s all we’ve got time for in today’s video - cheers for sticking around all the way to the end. If you enjoyed this video - please, feel free to hit that thumbs up button and show some love in the comment section down below. To continue on with your questioning binge, feel free to hit that playlist floating shortly above. As per usual, I’ve been your host Jack Finch - you’ve been watching Life’s Biggest Questions - and until next time, you take it easy.

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April–June

July–September

October–December

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References

  1. ^ Smith, Ronald A. (1988). Sports and Freedom: The Rise of Big-Time College Athletics. New York: Oxford University Press.
  2. ^ "The Origins of Hibernian - Part 1". Hibernian FC: The Official Website. August 11, 2009. Retrieved February 27, 2014.
  3. ^ "The Early Years 1875-1904" (PDF). When Football Was Football. Haynes. Retrieved January 3, 2015.
  4. ^ This inspires Gerard Manley Hopkins' poem The Wreck of the Deutschland, not published until 1918.
  5. ^ Gordon, Richard (1994). The Alarming History of Medicine. New York: St. Martin's Press. p. 12. ISBN 0-312-10411-1.
  6. ^ History of Medicine Days Archived June 15, 2004, at the Wayback Machine, p. 132.
  7. ^ ja:田中久重/田中製造所の設立と晩年 (Japanese language edition) Retribute date on 4 December 2018.

Further reading and year books

  • 1875 Annual Cyclopedia (1876) highly detailed coverage of "Political, Military, and Ecclesiastical Affairs; Public Documents; Biography, Statistics, Commerce, Finance, Literature, Science, Agriculture, and Mechanical Industry" for year 1875; massive compilation of facts and primary documents; worldwide coverage; 801pp
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