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(5) 1995
(55) 1945
(555) 1445

- Sun develops Java.
- The Prince Gustav Ice Shelf and the Northern Ice Shelf in Antarctica begin to disintegrate.

- Trinity is exploded near Alamogordo, NM.
- Adolf Hitler marries Eva Braun in Berlin.
- Coke becomes a registered trademark.

- János Hunyadi, Governor of Transylvania is elected regent of Hungary for the infant king Ladislas V.
- Johannes Gutenberg adapts the winepress and develops a press for printing.

[3, 7]

(333) 1667
(337) 1663
(373) 1627
(377) 1623
(733) 1267
(737) 1263
(773) 1227
(777) 1223

- Jan Vermeer paints The Painter in his studio.
- John Milton publishes Paradise Lost.
- Jean-Baptiste Denys, physician to Louis XIV, treats a boy bled too many times for fever by a transfusion of lamb's blood. The boy recovers but later patients die and the practice is banned.

- Ivan Rzhevsky sees a huge flaming sphere, bluish smoke pouring out from its sides, hover over Robozero Lake.
- The first Bible printed in the Americas. It was called The Apostle to the Indians and was written in the Algonquian language.
- The first Turnpike act is passed in Britain.

- The last Aurochs (Bos taurus primigenius) dies in the Jaktorowski forest, Poland.
- Johannes Kepler completes the Rudolphine Tables and gives accurate positions of 1,005 fixed stars.

- German inventor William Schicklard of Tübingen builds an early adding machine.
- Blair Pascal is born in Clermont-Ferrand, France.
- Galileo Galilei publishes The Assayer.

- The first toll road is introduced in England.
- Present Portugal is united.
- The Aztecs arrive in the valley of Mexico.

- Astronomers Jehuda Cohen and Issac ben Sid of Toledo begin work on compiling The Alfonsine Tables. The tables include accurate calculations of planetary motions.
- Shinran, founder of Jodo Shinshu, dies in Kyoto, Japan, at the age of 89.

- Mongol emperor Genghis Khan dies.
- Dogo introduces the Soto sect of Zen Buddhism from China to Japan.

- Alfonso II the Fat, the excommunicated king of Portugal dies.
- Snorri Sturluson writes The Prose Edda.


(014) 1986
(041) 1959
(104) 1896
(140) 1860
(401) 1599
(410) 1590

- Spain recognizes Israel.
- 25th Space Shuttle (51L)-Challenger 10 explodes 73 seconds after liftoff; Christa McAuliffe is the first teacher lost in space.
- Geraldo Rivera opens Al Capone's vault on TV and finds nothing.

- First weather satellite launched: Vanguard 2, 9.8 kg.
- Vatican edict forbids Roman Catholics from voting for communists.
- Monkeys Able and Baker zoom 500 km into space on Jupiter missile, becoming the first animals retrieved from a space mission.

- Wilhelm Röntgen announces his discovery of x-rays.
- First car accident occurs; Henry Wells hits a bicyclist in New York City.

- Britain formally returns the Mosquito Coast to Nicaragua.
- Pony Express begins between St Joseph, Missouri and Sacramento, California.

- Jacob van Necks' fleet leaves Bantam Java with pepper, clove and muskaat.

- Mauritius of Nassau's ship reaches Breda.
- The unexplained word, Croatoan, is found carved on a tree on Roanoke Island off North Carolina by Governor John White, when he returned to the colony from England and discovered the colonists gone. White took the letters to mean that the settlers had gone to Croatoan Island some 80 km away, but no trace of them was ever found.


(023) 1977
(032) 1968
(203) 1797
(230) 1770
(302) 1698
(320) 1680

- World's largest crowd - 12.7 million - for an Indian religious festival.
- First CRAY 1 supercomputer shipped, to Los Alamos Laboratories, NM.

- Christian Barnard performs 2nd heart transplant.
- First pulsar discovered (CP 1919 by Jocelyn Burnell at Cambridge).
- Clandestine Radio Voice of Iraqi People broadcasts its final transmission.

- First top hat worn (John Etherington of London).
- Bank of England issues first £1-note.

- Marie Antoinette, age 14, marries future King Louis XVI of France. age 15.

- Early atmospheric steam engine patented by Thomas Savery.

- No entry


(113) 1887
(131) 1869
(311) 1689
(313) 1687

- Anne Sullivan teaches the word water to Helen Keller.
- Harvey Wilcox of Kansas subdivides 120 acres he owned in Southern California and starts selling it off as a real estate development (Hollywood).

- R Luther discovers asteroid #108 Hecuba.
- Steam power brake patented (George Westinghouse).

- Scotland dismisses Willem III and Mary Stuart as king and queen.

- King James II orders his declaration of indulgence read in church.


(016) 1984
(061) 1939
(106) 1894
(160) 1840
(601) 1399
(610) 1390

- Apple Computer Inc. unveils its Macintosh personal computer.
- USSR announces it will not participate in the Los Angeles Summer Olympics.

- Hitler and Mussolini sign Pact of Steel.

- Motion picture experiment of comedian Fred Ott filmed sneezing.

- Draper takes first successful photo of the Moon (daguerrotype).
- First adhesive postage stamps (Penny Blacks from England) issued.

- Henry IV, king of England, usurps the throne from King Richard II.

- Scottish nobleman, Alexander Stewart, earl of Buchan, burns the town of Forres and the cathedral at Elgin, enraged by the bishops who censured him for repudiating his wife.


(027) 1973
(072) 1928
(207) 1793
(270) 1730
(702) 1298
(720) 1280

- West African Economic Community formed (Benin, Ivory Coast, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Senegal, Upper Volta).
- President Nixon signs Endangered Species Act into law.
- Japan allows its citizens to own gold.

- First U.S. air-conditioned office building opens, San Antonio, Texas.
- Soviet Union orders exile of Leon Trotsky.
- Scotch tape first marketed by 3-M Company.

- Jean Pierre Blanchard makes first balloon flight in North America, Philadelphia.
- U.S. President Washington's 2nd inauguration, shortest speech (133 words).

- First Jewish congregation in the U.S. consecrates a synagogue, New York City.

- The first battle of Falkirk, said to be the first military engagement in which the longbow was decisive. Edward I and the English defeated the Scots led by Sir William Wallace.

- Kublai Khan is formally recognized as Emperor of China - the beginning of the Yuan dynasty which lasted until 1368.


(038) 1962
(083) 1917
(308) 1692
(380) 1620
(803) 1197
(830) 1170

- U.S. first lady Jacqueline Kennedy conducts White House tour on TV.
- 5 research groups announce simultaneously the discovery of anti-matter.
- Laser beam successfully bounced off the Moon for the first time.

- Lenin returns to Russia to start Bolshevik Revolution.
- First appearance of Mary to three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal.

- Salem witch hunt begins.

- First merry-go-round seen at a fair, Philippapolis, Turkey.

- The Château Gaillard is built by Richard I of England.

- Dublin, Ireland captured by the English.
- Knights of Henry II, King of England, murder Saint Thomas Becket, archbishop of Canterbury.


(049) 1951
(094) 1906
(409) 1591
(490) 1510
(904) 1096
(940) 1060

- Shigeki Tanaka, survivor of Hiroshima A-bomb, wins the Boston Marathon.
- Thought extinct since 1615, a Cahow is rediscovered in Bermuda.
- First jet passenger trip made.

- Census of the British Empire shows England rules 1/5 of the world.
- Wright Brothers patent an aeroplane.
- First time Dow Jones closes above 100 (100.26).

- The Rialto bridge, spanning Venice's Grand Canal and connecting Rialto and San Marco islands, is completed.

- Pope Julius II excommunicates the republic of Venice.

- The First Crusade begins, spurred on by Pope Urban II, who urged Christendom to go to war for the Sepulcher, promising that the journey would count as full penance.

- Start of the Norman conquest of Sicily.

[0, 2, 5, 6, 7]

1x2x3x4x5=120 120+0=120 120x5=600
1x2x3x4=24 120+24=144 144x5=720
1x2x3=6 144+6=150 150x5=750
1x2=2 150+2=152 152x5=760
1x1=1 152+1=153 153x5=765

seed integer identification: 0 2 5 6 7
5x0=0 2000-0= 2000
5x2=10 2000-10= 1990
5x5=25 2000-25= 1975
5x6=30 2000-30= 1970
5x7=35 2000-35= 1965
5x0=0 2000-0= 2000
5x10=50 2000-50= 1950
5x25=125 2000-125= 1875
5x30=150 2000-150= 1850
5x35=175 2000-175= 1825
5x0=0 2000-0= 2000
5x50=250 2000-250= 1750
5x125=625 2000-625= 1375
5x150=750 2000-750= 1250
5x175=875 2000-875= 1125

- No entry

- More than 1,400 Muslim pilgrims are crushed to death in Saudi Arabia in a single stampede in an overcrowded tunnel leading from Mecca to the hill outside.
- A four-year-old girl has the gene for adenosine deaminise inserted into her DNA becoming the first human to receive gene therapy.
- McDonald's opens its first branch in the USSR, in Pushkin Square, Moscow.

- At age 19 Bill Gates founds Microsoft.
- South Vietnam surrenders the capital of Saigon to the North Vietnamese.
- Michel Focualt publishes Surveiller et punir/Discipline and Punishment.

- Ann Summers launches her chain of sex stores with the opening of the Ann Summers Sex Supermarket in London.
- Queen Elizabeth II of England, accompanied by Prince Philip and Princess Anne, conducts the first royal walkabout in New Zealand.
- The Scottish psychologist R.D. Laing publishes his collection of poems, Knots.

- Soviet cosmonaut Alexei Leonov leaves spacecraft Voskhod 2 and floats in space for 12 minutes in the first human space walk.
- The last section of the Trans-Canada Highway is completed.
- The lava-lamp is marketed.

- The first embryos are transplanted in cattle.
- Mathematician Jon von Neuman makes the first 24-hour weather forecast using a computer.
- Fuel injection is introduced by Mercedes Benz.

- Physiologist Leonard Landuis demonstrates the danger of transfusions using animal blood by showing that red blood cells from one species clump together or burst when mixed with serum from another species.
- British anthropologist E.R. Jones identifies tiny cuts in bones, used by Neolithic cultures, as tallies for a counting game.
- French artist Gustave Moreau paints Jupiter and Semele.

- Gutta-percha (rubber) hoses begin to replace watering cans.
- Russian mathematician Pafnuty Lvovich Chebyslaev publishes On Primary Numbers, in which he further develops the theory of prime numbers.
- German inventor Sebastian Bauer builds Le Plonguer-Marin, one of the first submarines.

- Austrian composer Franz Schubert completes his Symphony No. 9 in C major.
- The Stockton to Darlington railroad in England opens becoming the world's first public railway.
- English scientist Michael Faraday isolates benzene by distilling whale oil.

- The Benedictines of St. Maur, France publish Dictionaire de l'art de verifer les dates des faits historiques/A Dictionary of the Art of Verifying Historical Dates and Facts.
- The first British soft-paste porcelain factory opens at Stratford-le-Bow, England.
- The Celcius Scale is created by Scandinavian physicist Martin Stromer, which inverts the temperature scale devised by his mentor, astronomer Anders Celsius, and sets the freezing point as 0 degrees C and boiling to 100 degrees C.

- As a gift from Pedro of Aragon to French King Charles V, Abraham Cresques, a Jewish map maker at Mallorca, makes the Catalan Atlas, which is the first world map showing Marco Polo's travels.
- French Bishop and Astronomer Nichole d'Oresme translates the works of Aristotle for French King Charles V.
- William Benkelsoor, a Dutch fisherman, develops a technique to salt and store gutted herring onboard ship.

- Norwegian settlers in Greenland reinvent under floor central heating, last used by the Romans.
- The Dominican's found the first school of oriental studies at Toledo, Spain.

- Tidal mills are built near the mouth of the River Adour, France to take advantage of the flow of water constantly changing with the tides.



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