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Chernobyl: the wildlife haven created when people left | Travel | The Guardian

Chernobyl: the wildlife haven created when people left | Travel | The Guardian | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
Rare and endangered animals have thrived in the Chernobyl disaster zone since it was evacuated in 1986, as a new wildlife tour in southern Belarus shows
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albeit a frightening thought - perhaps the world will survive WW#...

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Eliminating the nuclear threat | The Japan Times

Eliminating the nuclear threat | The Japan Times | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
There is a way to protect ourselves from nuclear weapons. And that is to listen. Really listen. Listen to the voices of the people who experienced their af
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WW3 - why the North Korea's of this world must be stopped BEFORE they can strike or BEFORE nuclear weapons fall into the hands of extremist who just don't care....

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Timeline of Star Trek - Wikipedia

Timeline of Star Trek - Wikipedia | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it

Timeline of Star Trek - Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_Star_Trek 

 

This table shows each TV series and movie, its year of release or broadcast, the year it was set in according to the prevailing Okuda chronology (see below) and the stardate range for that year. The designation Enterprise -based series are the series that featured the various incarnations of the starship USS Enterprise.

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who says you cannot look into the future - here is the timeline through 2395, WW3, First Contact, Enterprise - and more....

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D-Day Landing Sites Then and Now: Normandy Beaches in 1944 and 70 Years Later

D-Day Landing Sites Then and Now: Normandy Beaches in 1944 and 70 Years Later | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
On 6 June 1944, Allied soldiers descended on the beaches of Normandy for D-Day, turning the tide of the Second World War against the Nazis, marking the beginning of the end of the conflict.
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and some day, after WW3 it will happen again - earth heals....

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