When historians talk about the future, they are referring to events that: A.are unlikely to occur
B.have not yet occurred
C.Happened many years ago
D.are happening at this time

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They are talking about B because no one knows what the future will be like. hope this helps! Everything other than b is not true becuase they are past events, the future has not happened.

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