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* '''April 28:''' [[Proteus AG]] and [[AG Chemie Europa]] go to war at Proteus's Helgoland facility, which ends when the [[Great Dragon]] [[Nachtmeister]] sides with Proteus.
 
* '''April 28:''' [[Proteus AG]] and [[AG Chemie Europa]] go to war at Proteus's Helgoland facility, which ends when the [[Great Dragon]] [[Nachtmeister]] sides with Proteus.
 
* '''June 8:''' [[Insect spirits|Insect hives]] are discovered in several large cities in [[India]].
 
* '''June 8:''' [[Insect spirits|Insect hives]] are discovered in several large cities in [[India]].
* '''June 22:''' The [[UCAS]] Congress formally recognizes the [[great dragon]] [[Dunkelzahn]] as a legal citizen of the [[UCAS]]. A famous "handshake" between [[Dunkelzahn]] and UCAS [[President of the UCAS|President]] [[Thomas Steele]] sends the [[Technocrat]] ticket to the top of the polls.
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* '''June 22:''' The [[United Canadian and American States|UCAS]] Congress formally recognizes the [[great dragon]] [[Dunkelzahn]] as a legal citizen. A famous "handshake" between [[Dunkelzahn]] and UCAS [[President of the UCAS|President]] [[Thomas Steele]] sends the [[Technocrat]] ticket to the top of the polls.
 
* '''July 3:''' [[Truman Technologies]] relocates their headquarters from [[Chicago]] to [[Los Angeles]], [[California Free State]].
 
* '''July 3:''' [[Truman Technologies]] relocates their headquarters from [[Chicago]] to [[Los Angeles]], [[California Free State]].
 
* '''July 5:''' [[Yucatan]] rebels accidentally sink a civilian ferry, killing over two hundred people.
 
* '''July 5:''' [[Yucatan]] rebels accidentally sink a civilian ferry, killing over two hundred people.
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* '''July 24:''' [[Renraku Computer Systems]] launches the [[Locus Elementum]] organization.
 
* '''July 24:''' [[Renraku Computer Systems]] launches the [[Locus Elementum]] organization.
 
* '''August 9:''' The International Olympic Committee cancels the 2060 Olympic Games when 60% of the participating nations boycott the events over [[Japanese Imperial State|Japan's]] anti-[[metahuman]] policies.
 
* '''August 9:''' The International Olympic Committee cancels the 2060 Olympic Games when 60% of the participating nations boycott the events over [[Japanese Imperial State|Japan's]] anti-[[metahuman]] policies.
* '''September 13:''' [[UCAS]] border control stops nuclear weapons from entering the country. They link the weapons to a previously-unknown organization called [[Winternight]].
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* '''September 13:''' [[United Canadian and American States|UCAS]] border control stops nuclear weapons from entering the country. They link the weapons to a previously-unknown organization called [[Winternight]].
 
* '''October 25:''' Fifteen people are killed when a bomb explodes at the Liberation Day parade in [[San Francisco]].
 
* '''October 25:''' Fifteen people are killed when a bomb explodes at the Liberation Day parade in [[San Francisco]].
 
* '''October 28:''' A strange aurora appears over [[Crater Lake]].
 
* '''October 28:''' A strange aurora appears over [[Crater Lake]].
 
* '''November 7:''' UCAS President Thomas Steele and Vice President James Booth are overwhelmingly re-elected to office in "the dullest election of the 21st century."
 
* '''November 7:''' UCAS President Thomas Steele and Vice President James Booth are overwhelmingly re-elected to office in "the dullest election of the 21st century."
 
* '''December 17''' [[Proteus AG]] announces plans for a fully submerged arkoblock near [[Rømø Island]].
 
* '''December 17''' [[Proteus AG]] announces plans for a fully submerged arkoblock near [[Rømø Island]].
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* The [[Confederation of American States|CAS]] Supreme Court rules that sports teams cannot deny playing time based on metatype. Most professional sports leagues adopt similar policies.<ref>{{src|att}} pg. 98</ref>
 
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