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Uber timeline2021:Uber timeline by VoughtVindicator
-The People's Republic of China officially dissapears, being replaced by the democratic, capitalist Chinese Republic.
-Ryan Seward, NASA astronaut, makes man's first steps on Mars. China and the European Union conduct independent moon landings.
-First permanent base is established in Mars after ESA arrivals, where evidence of prehistorical plant life is discovered. Construction of large space stations sees its golden age, and the building of huge terraforming platforms begins.
-North Korean leader Lee Kun-Hee peacefully unites the Korean peninsula under a social-democratic rule, and is subsequently awarded the Nobel peace prize.
-Despite tremendous costs, the first phase of the Martian colonization is completed, with the successful launch of the five largest space stations yet, designed to begin terraforming on mars, out of a fear of extreme overpopulation in the near future. The ESA launches its vessels first alongside a manned expedition.
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Rise of a New World - Timeline 1The Age Of StabilityRise of a New World - Timeline 1 by VoughtVindicator
1945: The Second World War ends at an enormous cost of approximately 1.70 trillion dollars and the loss of more than 70 million people. Entire economies have been anihilated, and the world will soon see a new threat in the form of nuclear proliferation.
Several secret meetings are held in parallel to the Yalta, Postdam and UNCIO conferences amongst world leaders but also including financial and religious leaders. Their goal, somewhat maximalistically -yet vaguely- is set to find ways to make war obsolete as a geopolitical factor. This is defined as granting nations the ability to achieve major strategic gains without incurring in the enormous loss of life and materiel.
To not be seen as collaborators with the soon-to-be enemy countries in the Cold War, these conferences and meetings are kept secret from the public and most echelons of the government.
1948: Utilizing funds left over from the prioritary Manhattan Project, the RAND