This day in history Nov-October 2021/22
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1889North Dakota and South Dakota are admitted as the 39th and 40th U.S. states.

1920 – In the United States, KDKA of Pittsburgh starts broadcasting as the first commercial radio station. The first broadcast is the result of the 1920 United States presidential election.

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1605Gunpowder Plot: Guy Fawkes is arrested.


Guy Fawkes Day: A Brief History

The British holiday, celebrated with fireworks and bonfires, commemorates the failed Gunpowder Plot of 1605.

Our previous moderator, Alex explained this one to me as being big in Great Britain.

                Happy Guy Fawkes Day Alex!            

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1933Great Depression: New Deal: US President Franklin D. Roosevelt unveils the Civil Works Administration, an organization designed to create jobs for more than 4 million unemployed.

1966   – U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson signs into law an antitrust exemption allowing the National Football League to merge with the upstart American Football League.

2011 – The potentially hazardous asteroid 2005 YU55 passes 0.85 lunar distances from Earth (about 324,600 kilometres or 201,700 miles), the closest known approach by an asteroid of its brightness since 2010 XC15 in 1976.

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November 7, 1917

On November 7, 1917, the Bolshevik party seized power in Russia's capital, starting the communist October Revolution and leading to the founding of the Soviet Union.

IMHO, everything else pales in comparison to this one.

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1911 – Many cities in the Midwestern United States break their record highs and lows on the same day as a strong cold front rolls through.

Great Blue Norther of November 11, 1911,_1911

On Saturday, November 11, 1911, a cold snap, known as the Great Blue Norther or 11/11/11, affected the Central United States. Many cities broke record highs, going into the 70s and 80s early that afternoon. By nightfall, cities were dealing with temperatures in the teens and single-digits on the Fahrenheit scale. This is the only day in many midwest cities' weather bureau jurisdictions where the record highs and lows were broken for the same day. Some cities experienced tornadoes on Saturday and a blizzard on Sunday.[2] A blizzard even occurred within one hour after an F4 tornado hit Rock County, Wisconsin.[3]

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1835 – The Texas Provincial Government authorizes the creation of a horse-mounted police force called the Texas Rangers (which is now the Texas Ranger Division of the Texas Department of Public Safety).

1859Charles Darwin publishes On the Origin of Species.

1917 – In Milwaukee, nine members of the Milwaukee Police Department are killed by a bomb, the most deaths in a single event in U.S. police history until the September 11 attacks in 2001.

1932 – In Washington, D.C., the FBI Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory (better known as the FBI Crime Lab) officially opens.

1963Lee Harvey Oswald, the assassin of President John F. Kennedy, is killed by Jack Ruby.

Chronology of the Velvet Revolution

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1898 – The Duquesne Country and Athletic Club defeats an all-star collection of early football players 16–0, in what is considered to be the very first all-star game for professional American football.

1910 – Modern neon lighting is first demonstrated by Georges Claude at the Paris Motor Show.

1967 – At Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa, a transplant team headed by Christiaan Barnard carries out the first heart transplant on a human (53-year-old Louis Washkansky).

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1492Christopher Columbus becomes the first European to set foot on the island of Hispaniola (now Haiti and the Dominican Republic).

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2017 – The Marriage Amendment Bill receives royal assent and comes into effect, making Australia the 26th country to legalize same-sex marriage.

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1816 – Indiana becomes the 19th U.S. state.

1934Bill Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, takes his last drink and enters treatment for the final time.

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1791 – The United States Bill of Rights becomes law when ratified by the Virginia General Assembly.

1939Gone with the Wind (highest inflation adjusted grossing film) receives its premiere at Loew's Grand Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia, United States.

2001 – The Leaning Tower of Pisa reopens after 11 years and $27,000,000 spent to stabilize it, without fixing its famous lean.

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Valley Forge functioned as the third of eight winter encampments for the Continental Army's main body, commanded by General George Washington, during the American Revolutionary War. In September 1777, Congress fled Philadelphia to escape the British capture of the city. After failing to retake Philadelphia, Washington led his 12,000-man army into winter quarters at Valley Forge, located approximately 18 miles (29 km) northwest of Philadelphia.[1][2] They remained there for six months, from December 19, 1777 to June 19, 1778.[3] At Valley Forge, the Continentals struggled to manage a disastrous supply crisis while retraining and reorganizing their units. About 1,700 to 2,000 soldiers died from disease, possibly exacerbated by malnutrition.

Today, Valley Forge National Historical Park protects and preserves over 3,500 acres of the original encampment site.[4]

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In the Northern Hemisphere, December 21 is often the shortest day of the year and is sometimes regarded as the first day of winter.

1937Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the world's first full-length animated feature, premieres at the Carthay Circle Theatre.

1965International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination is adopted.

  • 2020 – A great conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn occurs, with the two planets separated in the sky by 0.1 degrees. This is the closest conjunction between the two planets since 1623.[6]
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January 6th

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1943   – World War II: Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill begin the Casablanca Conference to discuss strategy and study the next phase of the war.[13]

1967Counterculture of the 1960s: The Human Be-In takes place in San Francisco, California's Golden Gate Park, launching the Summer of Love

1973Elvis Presley's concert Aloha from Hawaii is broadcast live via satellite, and sets the record as the most watched broadcast by an individual entertainer in television history.

2004 – The national flag of the Republic of Georgia, the so-called "five cross flag", is restored to official use after a hiatus of some 500 years.

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1929   – Martin Luther King Jr., American minister and activist, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1968)

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1887 – The United States Senate allows the Navy to lease Pearl Harbor as a naval base.

1929 – The first full-length talking motion picture filmed outdoors, In Old Arizona, is released.

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1881Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell form the Oriental Telephone Company.

1915Alexander Graham Bell inaugurates U.S. transcontinental telephone service, speaking from New York to Thomas Watson in San Francisco.

1918 – The Ukrainian People's Republic declares independence from Soviet Russia.

1980Mother Teresa is honored with India's highest civilian award, the Bharat Ratna.

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1862 – The first American ironclad warship, the USS Monitor is launched

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1870 – The Fifteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution is ratified, guaranteeing voting rights to male citizens regardless of race.

metmike: Black men could vote but NOT women..until 1920, with the 19th Amendment!

1959 – Rock and roll musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J. P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson are killed in a plane crash along with the pilot near Clear Lake, Iowa, an event later known as The Day the Music Died.

1961 – The United States Air Forces begins Operation Looking Glass, and over the next 30 years, a "Doomsday Plane" is always in the air, with the capability of taking direct control of the United States' bombers and missiles in the event of the destruction of the SAC's command post.

1995 – Astronaut Eileen Collins becomes the first woman to pilot the Space Shuttle as mission STS-63 gets underway from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

1984   – Space Shuttle program: STS-41-B is launched using Space Shuttle Challenger.

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1924 – The Royal Greenwich Observatory begins broadcasting the hourly time signals known as the Greenwich Time Signal

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1979Pluto moves inside Neptune's orbit for the first time since either was discovered.

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1870 – US president Ulysses S. Grant signs a joint resolution of Congress establishing the U.S. Weather Bureau.

1907 – The Mud March is the first large procession organised by the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies (NUWSS).

1996   – Copernicium is discovered, by Sigurd Hofmann, Victor Ninov et al.

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1855Michigan State University is established

1915 – In Washington, D.C., the first stone of the Lincoln Memorial is put into place.

1924George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue received its premiere in a concert titled "An Experiment in Modern Music", in Aeolian Hall, New York, by Paul Whiteman and his band, with Gershwin playing the piano.

1947 – The largest observed iron meteorite until that time creates an impact crater in Sikhote-Alin, in the Soviet Union.

1963 – Construction begins on the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri.

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1977 – The Space Shuttle Enterprise test vehicle is carried on its maiden "flight" on top of a Boeing 747.

1979Richard Petty wins a then-record sixth Daytona 500 after leaders Donnie Allison and Cale Yarborough crash on the final lap of the first NASCAR race televised live flag-to-flag.

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1804 – The first self-propelling steam locomotive makes its outing at the Pen-y-Darren Ironworks in Wales.

1948NASCAR is incorporated.

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metmike: Look at all the conflicts going on.........just a fraction actually. Humans have  had a huge problem historically avoiding major conflicts and with constant human rights and other violations.

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1947February 28 Incident: In Taiwan, civil disorder is put down with the loss of an estimated 30,000 civilians.

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You should note in these posts, that there are usually numerous dates in history related to major wars, battles, riots, peace settlements and bad stuff in the past because humans couldn't get along or do the right thing. Human beings have had many hundreds of wars and been very corrupt in the past too. Recent times have actually been on the quiet side with regards to wars,  historically. 

You know exactly why I'm bringing this up right now.

Here's some positive stuff today!

1891 – The Music Hall in New York City (later known as Carnegie Hall) has its grand opening and first public performance, with Tchaikovsky as the guest conductor.

1904Pitching against the Philadelphia Athletics at the Huntington Avenue Grounds, Cy Young of the Boston Americans throws the first perfect game in the modern era of baseball.

1961Alan Shepard becomes the first American to travel into outer space, on a sub-orbital flight.

1973Secretariat wins the 1973 Kentucky Derby in 1:592⁄5, an as-yet unbeaten record.

By metmike - March 9, 2022, 1:30 p.m.
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Again, if you read from this link, you will note, numerous significant daily historic accounts of wars or battles from the past. Humans have always acted this way. We've made progress in recent decades in some realms......but still have an extremely long way to go!

1841 – The U.S. Supreme Court rules in the United States v. The Amistad case that captive Africans who had seized control of the ship carrying them had been taken into slavery illegally

1960 – Dr. Belding Hibbard Scribner implants for the first time a shunt he invented into a patient, which allows the patient to receive hemodialysis on a regular basis.

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1943 – U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, in an attempt to check inflation, freezes wages and prices, prohibits workers from changing jobs unless the war effort would be aided thereby, and bars rate increases by common carriers and public utilities.

1952 – U.S. President Harry Truman calls for the seizure of all domestic steel mills in an attempt to prevent the 1952 steel strike.

1975Frank Robinson manages the Cleveland Indians in his first game as major league baseball's first African American manager.

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1521 – Trial of Martin Luther over his teachings begins during the assembly of the Diet of Worms. Initially intimidated, he asks for time to reflect before answering and is given a stay of one day.

1907 – The Ellis Island immigration center processes 11,747 people, more than on any other day.

2014NASA's Kepler space telescope confirms the discovery of the first Earth-size planet in the habitable zone of another star.

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1535 – The sun dog phenomenon is observed over Stockholm,[4] as later depicted in the famous painting Vädersolstavlan.

1902Pierre and Marie Curie refine radium chloride.

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1958   – Ben Carlin becomes the first (and only) person to circumnavigate the world by amphibious vehicle, having travelled over 17,000 kilometres (11,000 mi) by sea and 62,000 kilometres (39,000 mi) by land during a ten-year journey.

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1933New Deal: President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs an act creating the Tennessee Valley Authority.

1980Mount St. Helens erupts in Washington, United States, killing 57 people and causing $3 billion in damage.

1994 – Israeli troops finish withdrawing from the Gaza Strip, ceding the area to the Palestinian National Authority to govern

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1985Bangladesh is hit by a tropical cyclone and storm surge, which kills approximately 10,000 people.....BEFORE the hoopla blaming everything on climate change started!

1986 – The Hands Across America event takes place.

Hands Across America was a public fundraising event on Sunday, May 25, 1986, when 5 to 6.5 million people held hands for 15 minutes to form a continuous human chain across the contiguous United States.[1][2]

Many participants donated $10 each to reserve their place in line. The proceeds were donated to local charities to fight hunger and homelessness and help those in poverty.

The event raised about $15 million for charities after operating costs.

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The 2002 Eastern Mediterranean Event was a high-energy upper atmosphereexplosion over the Mediterranean Sea, around 34°N 21°E (between Libya and Crete) on June 6, 2002.[1] This explosion, similar in power to a small atomic bomb, has been related to a small asteroid undetected while approaching Earth. The object disintegrated as a meteor air burst over the sea, and no meteorite fragments were recovered.

The event occurred during the 2001–2002 India–Pakistan standoff, and there were concerns by General Simon Worden of the U.S. Air Force that if the upper atmosphere explosion had occurred closer to Pakistan or India, it could have sparked a nuclear war between the two countries.[2]

Near-Earth Objects Pose Threat, General Says

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1817 – The earliest form of bicycle, the dandy horse, is driven by Karl von Drais.

1899New Richmond tornado: The eighth deadliest tornado in U.S. history kills 117 people and injures around 200. metmike: Back they had no warning.

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1943 – The Detroit race riot breaks out and continues for three more days.  metmike: Most people are familiar with the 1967 race riot in Detroit(which was around 4 miles east of our house) but even I didn't know about this riot in 1943 until around 10 years ago). Dad was in the army then and missed it.

1972Watergate scandal: An 18½-minute gap appears in the tape recording of the conversations between U.S. President Richard Nixon and his advisers regarding the recent arrests of his operatives while breaking into the Watergate complex.

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1374 – A sudden outbreak of St. John's Dance causes people in the streets of Aachen, Germany, to experience hallucinations and begin to jump and twitch uncontrollably until they collapse from exhaustion.

1949 – The first television western, Hopalong Cassidy, starring William Boyd, is aired on NBC.

1957 – In Roth v. United States, the U.S. Supreme Court rules that obscenity is not protected by the First Amendment.

This one totally got my attention with intrigue!

It is NOT a joke or made up. This is FOR REAL!

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1956 – The Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956 is signed by U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, officially creating the United States Interstate Highway System.

1972 – The United States Supreme Court rules in the case Furman v. Georgia that arbitrary and inconsistent imposition of the death penalty violates the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments and constitutes cruel and unusual punishment

2006Hamdan v. Rumsfeld: The U.S. Supreme Court rules that President George W. Bush's plan to try Guantanamo Bay detainees in military tribunals violates U.S. and international law

metmike: People are suddenly very tuned into the Supreme we have a couple other decisions by them today!

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1911 – The United States, UK, Japan, and Russia sign the North Pacific Fur Seal Convention of 1911 banning open-water seal hunting, the first international treaty to address wildlife preservation issues.

1928Sliced bread is sold for the first time (on the inventor's 48th birthday) by the Chillicothe Baking Company of Chillicothe, Missouri.

1981US President Ronald Reagan appoints Sandra Day O'Connor to become the first female member of the Supreme Court of the United States.

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1863New York City draft riots: In New York City, opponents of conscription begin three days of rioting which will be later regarded as the worst in United States history.

1973Watergate scandal: Alexander Butterfield reveals the existence of a secret Oval Office taping system to investigators for the Senate Watergate Committee

The New York City draft riots (July 13–16, 1863), sometimes referred to as the Manhattan draft riots and known at the time as Draft Week,[3] were violent disturbances in Lower Manhattan, widely regarded as the culmination of white working-class discontent with new laws passed by Congress that year to draft men to fight in the ongoing American Civil War. The riots remain the largest civil and most racially charged urban disturbance in American history.[4]  According to Toby Joyce, the riot represented a "civil war" inside the Irish Catholic community, in that "mostly Irish American rioters confronted police, [while] soldiers, and pro-war politicians ... were also to a considerable extent from the local Irish immigrant community."[5]

President Abraham Lincoln diverted several regiments of militia and volunteer troops after the Battle of Gettysburg to control the city. The rioters were overwhelmingly Irish working-class men who did not want to fight in the Civil War and resented that wealthier men, who could afford to pay a $300 (equivalent to $6,600 in 2021[6] though a typical laborer's wage was between $1.00 and $2.00 a day in 1863[7][8]) commutation fee to hire a substitute, were spared from the draft.[9][10]

Initially intended to express anger at the draft, the protests turned into a race riot, with white rioters attacking black people, in violence throughout the city. The official death toll was listed at either 119 or 120 individuals. Conditions in the city were such that Major General John E. Wool, commander of the Department of the East, said on July 16 that, "Martial law ought to be proclaimed, but I have not a sufficient force to enforce it."

By metmike - Aug. 7, 2022, 11:18 p.m.
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This is real pollution!

CO2 is a beneficial gas and the building block for all life, NOT pollution.

By metmike - Aug. 20, 2022, 10:59 a.m.
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1866President Andrew Johnson formally declares the American Civil War over.

1940   – World War II: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill makes the fourth of his famous wartime speeches, containing the line "Never was so much owed by so many to so few".

*Today, this record fire would have been blamed on the fake climate crisis. In 1988, the severe drought that led to this fire was caused by the natural La Nina in the tropical Pacific. 

Exactly the same reason for the current drought here in 2022 in the West(being blamed on the fake climate crisis).  Exactly the same reason for the Midwest Cornbelt's last severe widespread drought in 2012. During the last 30 years, the Midwest has had the LEAST amount of drought in history BECAUSE OF beneficial climate change during the current climate OPTIMUM for life on this greening planet.

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1942 – World War II: A Japanese floatplane drops incendiary bombs on Oregon.

1947 – First case of a computer bug being found: A moth lodges in a relay of a Harvard Mark II computer at Harvard University.

1965   – Hurricane Betsy makes its second landfall near New Orleans, leaving 76 dead and $1.42 billion ($10–12 billion in 2005 dollars) in damages, becoming the first hurricane to cause over $1 billion in unadjusted damage.

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1901 – U.S. President William McKinley dies after being mortally wounded on September 6 by anarchist Leon Czolgosz and is succeeded by Vice President Theodore Roosevelt.

1960 – The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is founded.

1975 – The first American saint, Elizabeth Ann Seton, is canonized by Pope Paul VI.

1994 – The Major League Baseball season is canceled because of a strike.

2001 – Historic National Prayer Service held at Washington National Cathedral for victims of the September 11 attacks. A similar service is held in Canada on Parliament Hill, the largest vigil ever held in the nation's capital.

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1974 – Dr. Frank Jobe performs first ulnar collateral ligament replacement surgery (better known as Tommy John surgery) on baseball player Tommy John.

metmike: I had the great fortune of having a gifted, world renowned doctor, Hill Hasting do a 3 hour left elbow reconstructive surgery that restored almost all of its functionality(after 4 failed, previous surgeries), including being able to throw batting practice, 2 times/week to the baseball teams  that I coached for my son, Quinn for 8 years after that.

He co-invented an elbow replacement surgery!

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1919 – The U.S. Congress passes the Volstead Act over President Woodrow Wilson's veto, paving the way for Prohibition to begin the following January.

  • 1948Paul Hermann Müller is awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of the insecticidal properties of DDT.
  • 1962 – The Cuban Missile Crisis ends and Premier Nikita Khrushchev orders the removal of Soviet missiles from Cuba.
  • 1965Pope Paul VI promulgates Nostra aetate, by which the Roman Catholic Church officially recognizes the legitimacy of non-Christian faiths.
  • 2020- The Hunter Biden laptop cover up continues ahead of the 2020 presidential election in order to protect Joe Biden. The media and democrats insist that it's  just a conspiracy theory started by the Russians.