When we try to extract year, month or day from time, drill seems to be returning 1970, 1, 1 respectively (1970-01-01 is a valid date). When we try to extract hour, minute, or second from any date literal, drill gives 0's.
In both cases we should fail the query with a proper message. Postgres fails the query in both the cases.
select extract (day from time '02:22:12') from basic;
select extract (hour from date '2000-04-21') from basic;