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TimeLine

1991-now
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Naoya Hashimoto

on 30 January 2013

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Timeline 1991-now 1991 United States and Coalition Forces VS Iraq 1992 Barcelona Olympic 1993 1994 Richard Milhous Nixon's Death 1995 WTO (World Trade Organization) Persian Gulf War ended U.S total death: 382 Iraq total death: 10,000 START I (Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty I) Reduce overall warhead counts on any missile type to 5000, with an additional limit of 2,500 President Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev (Soviet Stateman )
decided it Cold War ended The Cold War ends after 44 years when the Supreme Soviet meets. Barcelona, Spain United States achieved:
Gold-37 medals
Silver-34 medals
Bronze- 37 medals William Jefferson Clinton 41st President, George Herbert Walker Bush changed to William Jefferson Clinton (42nd President of U.S)
He took office at end of the Cold War. World Trade Center Bombing Truck bomb was detonated below the North Tower of the World Trade Center in New York. The urea nitrate–hydrogen gas enhanced device was intended to knock the North Tower into the South Tower, bringing both towers down and killing thousands of people. The Cold War is the name given to the relationship between the USA and the USSR after World War II. The Cold War was to dominate international affairs for decades and the major crises occurred. Persian Gulf War, 1991, a war fought between Iraq and a coalition of Middle Eastern and Western powers led by the United States. The aim of the Persian Gulf War coalition was to force Iraq out out Kuwait, a country it had and annexed in 1990. Second Place He was the 37th President of U.S. He died in April 22, at New York. Northridge Eathquake Los Angels, California.
10-20 seconds
Magnitude 6.7
$20 billion damages Play Station Sony released Play Station 1996 Atlanta Olympic Atlanta Georgia United States achieved: Gold- 44medals
Silver- 32medals
Bronze- 25 medals First Place TWA Flight 800 The National Transportation Safety Board, NTSB, concluded that the crash of a Boeing 747 jumbo jet off the coast of Long Island. This killed all 230 people on board. 1997 Steve Jobs returned to Apple His Apple product got defeated by Windows product, and they got deficit last year. Tornado hits Jarrell, Texas Tornado that struck the town of Jarrell, Texas killed 27 people out of 1319 residents.
Tornado was 1.2 km wide and tracked across the ground for 12.2 km. It destroyed 38 homes. 1998 1999 Human Population The human population in the world surpassed six billions. Rampage Jefferson, Colorado
Two boys 17 and 18 years old go on a rampage at Columbine High School.
2 students died. 2000 Sydney Olympic Sydney, Australia
United States achieved: Gold- 36 medals
Silver- 24 medals
Bronze- 31 medals
First Place Election George W. Bush vs Al Gore

George W. Bush: 271 votes
Al Gore: 266 votes 2001 George W. Bush He got to be 43rd President of U.S.
His father was also the U.S President. (41st President, George H.W Bush). He defeated Al Gore in 2000. Apple Apple introduced iTunes, iPod, and iMac.
250 million sold out. September 11 attack 19 terrorists from the Islamist militant group “al-Qaeda” hijacked four passenger jets.
Location: New York, Virginia, Pennsylvania
Death: 2,996 people
Injured: more than 6,000 2002 Xbox Microsoft released home use video game “Xbox” Winter Olympic Host country was the United States.
Salt Lake City, Utah United States achieved: Gold- 10 medals
Silver-13 medals
Bronze-16 medals
Third Place 2003 Hurricane Isabel Areas affected: Lesser Antilles, Puerto Rico, Greater, Bahamas, Caicos Island, Canada, United States (North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, West Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Washington, D.C.) Northeast Blackout Blackout was a widespread power outage that occurred throughout parts of the Northeastern and Midwestern United States and Ontario, Canada.
It took whole two days to get power back. iTunes Music Store Music Store started in iTunes.
Million downloads. 2004 Hurricane Charley Areas affected: Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina
Damage: 16.3 billions Athens Olympic Athens, Greece
United States achieved: Gold- 35medals
Silver- 39 medals
Bronze- 29 medals
First Place 2005 Hurricane Katrina Areas affected: Bahamas, South Florida, Cuba,
Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida
Damage: 108 billions 2006 Earthquake Hawaii, United States
Magnitude: 6.7
Depth: 29 kilo meter
Destroyed 61 buildings 2007 iPhone Apple introduced iPhone.
1.2 million sold out. Rampage at shopping mall Salt Lake City, Utah
One man shoots people with rifle gun.
He killed 5 people. 2008 Geneva, Switzerland Member: 157 countries Election Barack Obama vs John McCain
Barack Obama: 365 votes
John McCain: 173 votes Beijing Olympic Beijing, China
United States achieved: Gold- 36 medals
Silver-21 medals
Bronze- 28 medals
Second Place 2009 Barack Obama He got to be 44th U.S President
He was the 3rd African Democracy Michael Jackson Michael Jackson died of propofol intoxication at Los Angels His personal physician, Conrad Murray, said he had found Jackson in his room, not breathing. He called 9-1-1 at 12:20 pm. 2010 iPad Apple introduced iPad. Synthetic Cell Team by J. Craig Venter has succeeded in creating synthetic bacterial genome and using it to control cell. First living creatures with a
completely artificial genome. 2011 Steve Jobs He died at Palo Alto, California (October 5) 2012 London Olympic London, United Kingdom
United States achieved: Gold-46 medals
Silver- 29 medals
Bronze-29 medals
First Place Election Barack Obama vs Mitt Romney
Barack Obama: 332 votes
Mitt Romney: 206 votes Hurricane Sandy Areas affected: United States (especially the coastal
Mid-Atlantic States)
Damage: 65.6 billions School Shooting Newtown, Connecticut
Including 20 children were killed at the Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Incident is the deadliest school shooting in U.S. history. iPS Cell iPS cells are typically derived by transfection of certain stem cell-associated genes into non-multipotent cells. WTO is an organization that intends to supervise and liberalize international trade. GPS GPS navigation device is any device that receives Global Positioning System (GPS) signals for the purpose of determining the device's current location on Earth.
On June 26, 1993, the United States Air Force launched the 24th satellite. International Space Station The International Space Station is a habitable artificial satellite in low Earth orbit. Orbit height: 230 miles
Speed on orbit: 4.791 miles
Launch date: November 20, 1998
Cost: 150 billion USD Facebook Facebook was founded by Mark Zuckerberg, a former Harvard student. YouTube YouTube is a video-sharing website, created by three former PayPal employees. One hour of video had uploaded every second. Thank you
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