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* [[Seattle]] and [[Salish-Shidhe Council]] are elected as joint hosts for the [[2076]] ''Olympic Summer Games''. (rh.62)
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* [[Seattle]] and the [[Salish-Shidhe Council]] are selected as joint hosts for the [[2076]] Olympic Summer Games.<ref>{{src|rh}} pg. 62</ref>
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* '''January 6:''' First generation [[commlink]]s — palm-sized [[cyberterminal]]s — are commercially released.<ref>{{src|swa}} pg. 92</ref>
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* '''February 18:''' Metaphysicists discover that a modified electrical current run through an [[orichalcum]]-laced filament creates dual-natured light.<ref>''Ibid.''</ref>
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* '''May 3:''' The [[France|French]] government sets the Brocéliande Forest as a self-governing territory under control of the Korrigan, a coalition of sapient non-metahumans including pixies and spirits.<ref>''Ibid.''</ref>
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* '''June 15:''' The Mita-gumi and the Watada-gumi [[yakuza]] go to war.<ref>''Ibid.''</ref>
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* '''July 5:''' Glitterworld, an immersive interactive sim park, opens its doors in [[Korea]].<ref>''Ibid.''</ref>
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* '''July 8:''' A super-typhoon hits [[Hong Kong]]. The storm inflicts less damage to life and property than previous storms, which is attributed to the city's new wireless [[Matrix]] systems.<ref>''Ibid.''</ref>
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* '''September 8:''' [[Gaeatronics]]'s Geothermal Power Plant Network of five power plants comes online eight months behind schedule. The power plants are hailed as the next generation in environmentally-sound engineering and generate enough power to meet the needs of the [[Native American Nations]]. The [[Sioux Nation]], [[Salish-Shidhe Council]], and [[Pueblo Corporate Council]] begin to decommission corporate-run energy plants in their nations, prompting the corporations to protest.<ref>''Ibid.''</ref>
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* '''October 31:''' The Lord Protector’s Office violently suppresses student riots at Cambridge, resulting in eighty-one deaths, hundreds of injuries and arrests, and a dozen disappearances. The riots are attributed to the [[Pendragon]], who subsequently vanishes.<ref>''Ibid.''</ref>
 
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  • Seattle and the Salish-Shidhe Council are selected as joint hosts for the 2076 Olympic Summer Games.[1]
  • January 6: First generation commlinks — palm-sized cyberterminals — are commercially released.[2]
  • February 18: Metaphysicists discover that a modified electrical current run through an orichalcum-laced filament creates dual-natured light.[3]
  • May 3: The French government sets the Brocéliande Forest as a self-governing territory under control of the Korrigan, a coalition of sapient non-metahumans including pixies and spirits.[4]
  • June 15: The Mita-gumi and the Watada-gumi yakuza go to war.[5]
  • July 5: Glitterworld, an immersive interactive sim park, opens its doors in Korea.[6]
  • July 8: A super-typhoon hits Hong Kong. The storm inflicts less damage to life and property than previous storms, which is attributed to the city's new wireless Matrix systems.[7]
  • September 8: Gaeatronics's Geothermal Power Plant Network of five power plants comes online eight months behind schedule. The power plants are hailed as the next generation in environmentally-sound engineering and generate enough power to meet the needs of the Native American Nations. The Sioux Nation, Salish-Shidhe Council, and Pueblo Corporate Council begin to decommission corporate-run energy plants in their nations, prompting the corporations to protest.[8]
  • October 31: The Lord Protector’s Office violently suppresses student riots at Cambridge, resulting in eighty-one deaths, hundreds of injuries and arrests, and a dozen disappearances. The riots are attributed to the Pendragon, who subsequently vanishes.[9]

References

  1. o39478620Runner Havens pg. 62
  2. o34954845Sixth World Almanac pg. 92
  3. Ibid.
  4. Ibid.
  5. Ibid.
  6. Ibid.
  7. Ibid.
  8. Ibid.
  9. Ibid.
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