1821

1821 Antrim, 1851; Belfast city (one ward only), 1851; Cavan, 1821 and 1841; Cork, 1841; The Commissioners for the 1901 Census, in their General Report, laid out a short history of previous attempts to gather statistics in Ireland: The Corsica-born Napoleon, one of the greatest military strategists in history, rapidly rose in the ranks of […]

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alternate timelines

alternate timelines 4. Mathematical universes. Another possible avenue is exploring mathematical universes, which, simply put, explain that the structure of mathematics may change depending in which universe you reside. “A mathematical structure is something that you can describe in a way that’s completely independent of human baggage,” said theory-proposer Max Tegmark of the Massachusetts Institute […]

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timelines of war

timelines of war 1898-1901: Boxer Rebellion (Northern China) 1898-1934: Banana Wars (Central America) 1899-1902: Second Anglo-Boer War (South Africa) 1903-1907: Saudi-Rashidi War (Qassim region, Arabia) 1904-1905: Russo-Japanese War (Manchuria & Korea) 1904-1907: Herero War (German South-West Africa) 1904-1908: Macedonian Struggle (Greek Macedonia) 1909-1911: Ouaddai War (Modern Sudan/Chad) 1912-1913: First and Second Balkan Wars (The Balkans) […]

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timelines of technology

timelines of technology Who were the first “internet” users? The University of California at Los Angeles, the Stanford Research Institute, the University of California at Santa Barbara, and the University of Utah were connected on the ARPANET, the technical foundation for the internet, in 1969. From the first documented semiconductor effect in 1833 to the […]

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1955

1955 IBM logo, ca. 1956 A commercial version of Alan Turing’s Pilot ACE, called DEUCE—the Digital Electronic Universal Computing Engine — is used mostly for science and engineering problems and a few commercial applications. Over 30 were completed, including one delivered to Australia. GV. Air view of countryside (review of the year titles super over). […]

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star trek timelines

star trek timelines In the last episode of the first season, the year is firmly established by Data, as 2364. [58] This marked the first time an explicit future calendar date had been attached to a Star Trek storyline, and allowed fans and writers to extrapolate further dates. For example, the established date implies McCoy […]

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star trek timelines cheats

star trek timelines cheats Explore the Final Frontier Explore the Final Frontier in the ultimate Star Trek™ strategy RPG, STAR TREK TIMELINES. Join Starfleet and save the Alpha Quadrant from temporal anomalies which bring together heroes and villains from all of Star Trek history. STAR TREK TIMELINES is the first mobile game to include ships […]

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timelines of world war 1

timelines of world war 1 362 pages. Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (16 Oct 2008). ISBN-10: 0521728835; ISBN-13: 978-0521728836 368 pages. Publisher: Oxford Paperbacks; New edition (9 Nov 2000). ISBN-10: 0192893254; ISBN-13: 978-0192893253 First Battle of the Marne begins. The Germans had advanced to within 30 miles of Paris, but over the next two […]

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star trek timelines crew spreadsheet

star trek timelines crew spreadsheet If nothing happens, download GitHub Desktop and try again. Star Trek Timelines Spreadsheet Tool We’ve chosen new forum software that brings added functionality to improve your experience, including increased spam management. Your username details have been carried over, so you should be able to login with your old forum details […]

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star trek series timelines

star trek series timelines The timeline of the history of the galaxy spans almost fourteen billion years, only a small fraction of which has seen the involvement of the races which currently inhabit the region. This is the timeline of the Star Trek series and films in chronological order in-universe. This does not include flashbacks, […]

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