There is always a certain amount of fear and trepidation about the unknown. Think back to 1999 as we approached the turn of the millennium and the catastrophes that were forecast to accompany Y2K, as it was then known. To hear some tell it back then, computers were going to think the year was 1900, banks would be unable to account for most of the funds they had on deposit, cars wouldn’t run because of their computerized engines, the U.S. electric grid would cease to function and countless other calamities would befall us. Essentially, the turn of the millennium would mean the end of the world as we knew it. Of course, none of that happened.